Hiking trails at Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook are spread into 3 sectors to reveal the park’s attractions.
Thanks to the interpretive signs, it is possible, during a self-guided visit, to learn about the formation of the gorge, its history, as well as the fauna and the flora present at the park.
The Parc de la Gorge’s hiking paths, for nature lovers!
Depending on the season, a bilingual guide can guide visitors to the Sentier de la Gorge’s trail.
Baby carrier available to rent.
Unlimited free access to campers.
|La Gorge||3,5 km (2.18 mi.)||90 minutes||Suspended footbridge, observation tower, barrage, hydroelectric central, cave, etc.|
|La Montagne||2 à 4 km (1.25 to 2.5 mi.)||40 to 90 minutes||Covered bridge, circular barn, floral garden, waterfalls, observation tower, etc.|
|Tillotson||8.5 km (5.3 mi.)||2.5 to 3 hours||Waterfalls, pond, picnic area, etc.|
|Fees (including taxes)|
|:: ATHETLIC FOOTWEAR AND CARRY-COT RECOMMENDED :: Dogs are admitted inside the park, but must be on a leash at all times.|
|Free for children of 5 years old or younger when accompanied by an adult.|