Groups

Groups are welcome at the park!

 

SUMMER ACTIVITIES

 

 

Hiking

Visitors may walk the trails at leisure within a distance between 3 and 10 km (1.85 and 6.2 mi.). Whether during a guided tour (in season) or a self-guided walk, interpretive signs are strategically installed along the trails, informing on the gorge’s formation as well as relating the Coaticook River’s history. A treasure hunt may be organized for students from first to sixth grade.

To be discovered:

  • The 50 m (164 ft.) Coaticook’s gorge.
  • The longest suspended footbridge in the world.
  • Two observation towers, a cave, a barrage, a hydroelectric central always in service, the replica of a circular barn, a covered bridge, waterfalls and a floral garden.

Length: 90 minutes to 3 hours (according to activity).
Clientele: Primary and secondary level schoolchildren.

 

Mini-farm

Visitors may become familiar with small farm animals. Pony rides.
Length: 40 to 60 minutes (according to activity).
Clientele: Primary level schoolchildren.

 

Horseback Riding

An opportunity to learn all about the equestrian world. Mandatory training precedes all excursions. Discover the park’s fauna and flora while horseback riding on the mountain trails.
Length: 90 minutes
Clientele: Secondary level schoolchildren.

 

Camping

Splendid wooded sites have been created to accommodate groups. With full nearby services (water, showers, laundry), this is the promise of a most pleasant stay around a campfire. Those who prefer sleeping indoors may rent the circular barn.
Length: One or several nights.
Clientele: Primary and secondary level schoolchildren.

 

WINTER ACTIVITIES

After outdoors activities, one may come inside the Welcome Centre – replica of a circular barn – to warm up near the chimney and have a snack.

 

Tube sliding

(December to March)
On a tube, one may fly down the 45 m (150 ft.) hill. Access to the top of the hill by ski-lift.
Length: 3 hours.
Clientele: Primary and secondary level schoolchildren.

 

Snowshoeing

(December to March)
It is possible fill one’s lungs with fresh air while snowshoeing through the 1.5 km to 10 km (0.95 to 6.2 miles) of designated trails. Quality snowshoes and hiking poles available for rental.
Length: 1.5 hour.
Clientele: Primary and secondary level schoolchildren.

 

Skating rink

(December to March)
One may enjoy the large rink during a day outdoors.
Length: Unspecified.
Clientele: Primary and secondary level schoolchildren.


 
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    Fatbike  Closed

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    Skating rink  Closed

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    Ice climbing  Closed

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    Snow shoeing  Closed

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