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Hiking

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Twenty hiking sites await you in the Hautes-Laurentides region and give you access to more than 300 kilometers of trails!

Some of these magnificent places have exceptional forest ecosystems: old forests that have escaped natural disasters and human construction. Come and admire the immensity of these trees that are several hundred years old!

You will have the opportunity to explore regional parks, a national park, a wildlife reserve, ecological trails, municipal parks, and an ornithological trail. Short or long term hikes of all levels are within your reach.

Chute-Saint-Philippe

Les Sentiers nature Chute-St-Philippe

78, ch. du Panorama
Chute-Saint-Philippe (Québec) J0W 1A0
Phone: 819 585-2485

www.lessentiersnaturedecsp.ca

Several trails, accessible from spring to fall, 40 km in total for hikes ranging from 1 to 4 hours.
Nature interpretation, gazebo, beaver dam and tables. dogs on leash accepted.

Hebertism track for the youngest.
Ferme-Neuve

Parc régional Montagne du Diable

125, 12e Rue
1100, chemin Léandre-Meilleur
Ferme-Neuve (Québec) J0W 1C0
Phone: 819 587-3882
Toll-Free: 1 877 587-3882

www.parcmontagnedudiable.com

80 km of hiking trails, reach one of the four peaks of 750 m. at 783 m. at altitude to marvel at exceptional views! Interpretation of nature, toilets and tables. Dogs on leash accepted on trails only.

Other activities offered on site: canoeing and mountain biking “Cross-Country”. Equipment rental on site. Accommodation in a refuge and rustic campsite.
Kiamika

Sentier écologique du Ruisseau du Diable

Chemin Kar-Ha-Kon
Kiamika (Québec) J0W 1G0
Phone: 819 585-3225
www.kiamika.ca

Opening June 1, 2020

Located on the territory of the Papineau-Labelle Wildlife Reserve, this 3 km long trail is ideal for family hikes! There are walkways, nature interpretation panels, a reproduction of Ferme-Rouge's twin covered bridges, picnic tables and dry toilet. Dogs on a leash accepted. In addition, 9 km of trails are provided for “cross-country” style mountain biking.

* Please note: Trail closed during the hunting season. From mid-September to mid-November.
La Macaza

Sentier multifonction 4 saisons

53, rue des Pionniers
La Macaza (Québec)
Phone: 819 275-2077
www.munilamacaza.com

1.3 km level trail located behind the town hall. Dogs on a leash accepted.
La Macaza / Labelle

Sentier national

chemin du Lac Caché
La Macaza / Labelle (Québec) J0T 1R0

12 trails, 80 km, 1 to 5 hours, intermediate to difficult.
Map available, forest cabins, lookout, restrooms, fitness trail. Also accessible via Labelle.
More information:
Lac-du-Cerf

Mont Limoges

Via chemin Dicaire et chemin St-Louis
Lac-du-Cerf (Québec) J0W 1S0
Phone: 819 597-2424
www.lacducerf.ca

Open from June 1 to October 15.

8 trails totaling 10 kilometers of hiking up to 3 and a half hours of route giving access to 4 lookouts. The mount is 415 meters high and you will find toiletries and picnic tables on your way.

Parc municipal La Biche

Via le chemin de l'Église et chemin Dumouchel.
Lac-du-Cerf (Québec) J0W 1S0
Phone: 819 597-2424
www.lacducerf.ca

Open from June 1 to October 15.

The park includes a hebertism trail as well as 4 trails totaling 10 km of hikes up to 2 hours in length. Access to the site is chargeable ($).

Huard beach on the site with a majestic view of the Grand Lac du Cerf.

Sentier écologique Le Petit Castor

chemin Léonard
Lac-du-Cerf (Québec) J0W 1S0
Phone: 819 597-2424
www.lacducerf.ca

Opening June 1st. Free access.

5 trails totaling 7 km up to 3 hours of travel. The trail includes 4 lookouts, nature interpretation panels, toilets and tables. Dogs on a leash accepted.
Lookouts, falls, nature interpretation, toilet and picnic tables.
Lac-Saguay

Boisé Joseph-B.B. Gauthier

Vieille route 11
Lac-Saguay (Québec) J0W 1L0
Phone: 819 278-3973

www.lacsaguay.qc.ca

3 marked trails ranging from 3 to 5.5 km of easy and intermediate hikes. At the edge of the linear park, discover the flora and fauna of the Hautes-Laurentides. Take the footbridges and stop on the headlands to admire marshes, rivers, waterfalls,
nesting boxes for partridges, shelters for hares and trees more than 100 years old.
Rustic campsite, toilet, picnic tables and dogs on leash accepted.
More information:

Sentier du Belvédère

275-A Route 117 Nord
Lac-Saguay (Québec) J0W 1L0
Phone: 819 278-3972

www.lacsaguay.qc.ca

1 trail of 1.5 km, 30 minutes, departure from the municipal beach.
Panorama of the village from the belvedere, dogs on a leash accepted.
L’Ascension

Parc de la Source

chemin des Îles
L’Ascension (Québec) J0T 1W0
Phone: 819 275-3027
www.municipalite-lascension.qc.ca

6 trails totaling 20 km of hiking.
Lookout, relay, picnic tables, restrooms, parking and map. Dogs on a leash accepted.
More information:
Mont-Laurier

Mont-Laurier Intergenerational Trail

300, boulevard Albiny-Paquette
Mont-Laurier (Québec) J9L 1J9
Phone: 819 623-1221
Fax: 819 623-4840


www.villemontlaurier.qc.ca

Located at the back of the town hall of Mont-Laurier, a new 1.5 kilometer short path appears. Accessible all year round since last November, it is suitable for all ages. Whether with family or friends, this little trail has some nice little discoveries such as old heritage monuments, fitness equipment with a hand washing station, several varieties of wild flowers and more. All along this route you can find picnic tables and benches to rest and enjoy nature. It is located near the RV stop and the tourist information office.
Nominingue

Mont Bondy

Route 5 via chemin Chapleau
Nominingue (Québec) J0W 1R0
Phone: 819 454-2011
www.municipalitenominingue.qc.ca

3.2 km trail located in the Papineau-Labelle wildlife reserve. An access right is requested at the reception desk of the reserve ($).
Access via Route 5, at the end of Chemin Chapleau. Dogs on a leash accepted.

Closed during the hunting season.

Parc Le Renouveau Rosaire-Sénécal

ch. des Marronniers ou ch. Tour-du-Lac
Nominingue (Québec) J0W 1R0
Phone: 819 278-3384
www.municipalitenominingue.qc.ca

6 trails totaling 16.7 km of hikes ranging from 30 min to 3 h.
Hebertism trail, observation site, refuge, restrooms and picnic tables. Dogs on a leash accepted.
Notre-Dame-du-Laus

Parc régional du Poisson Blanc

37, chemin de la Truite
Notre-Dame-du-Laus (Québec) J0X 2M0
Phone: 819 767-2999
Fax: 1 866 707-2999


www.poissonblanc.ca

3 lookouts and several accessible trails totaling 14 km of hiking. Toilets, parking, free access. Dogs on a leash accepted.
More information:
Rivière-Rouge

Bird Watching Trail

25, rue L’Annonciation Sud
Rivière-Rouge (Québec) J0T 1T0
Phone: 819 275-2742
www.riviere-rouge.ca

Magnificent ornithological trail of 1 km to admire several species of migratory birds. On the edge of the Le P'tit Train du Nord linear park, including 2 small ponds and a picnic area. Dogs on a leash accepted.

Lookout on the mountain campground

320, chemin du Tour-du-Lac-Tibériade
Rivière-Rouge (Québec) J0T 1T0
Phone: 819 275-3256
www.riviere-rouge.ca


Open from May to October.

A path leading to a belvedere that offers you a view of Lake Tiberias, the village of Sainte-Véronique, the mountains and the Mousseau forest. Dogs on a leash accepted.
Access by Camping Ste-Véronique ($).
More information:
Saint-Aimé-du-Lac-des-Îles

Sentier du Lac Gaucher

Chemin Maniwaki
Saint-Aimé-du-Lac-des-Îles (Québec) J0W 1J0
Phone: 819 597-2047

www.saint-aime-du-lac-des-iles.ca

2 km trail around Lake Gaucher. Lookout, picnic tables and dry toilets. Dogs on a leash accepted.

To get there, take the Village, Tour-du-Lac and Maniwaki roads.
Sainte-Anne-du-Lac

Lac Boucher Trail

9e rang
Sainte-Anne-du-Lac (Québec) J0W 1V0
Phone: 819 586-2110

Opening mid-June.

6 km trail totaling 3 hours of hiking. Belvedere, interpretation of nature and picnic tables. Dogs on a leash accepted.

3 wilderness camping sites.


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