Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook offers nature lovers a wide variety of trails.
Offering a total of 16 km of marked trails within three different areas. The most popular is the Gorge “Canyon” Trail, which includes the longest suspended footbridge in North America. On this same path, take advantage of the explanation panels available to learn more about many different aspects of its settings, such as the wildlife and plants of this beautiful canyon Park.
Treasure hunts are also offered … This activity allows visitors to cross the park with the entire family in a playful manner! If you wish to discover the park with descriptions along the way, we offer bilingual guided tours depending on the season and traffic.
Dogs are also allowed inside the park, but must be kept on a leash at all times.
Hiking trails are accessible free of charge when reserving accommodations within the park.
Taxes included. Transactional fees are not included.
The “Sentier de la Gorge” Trail
Distance : 3.5 km (2.18 miles)
Approximate duration : 1 h 30 minutes
To see : Suspended footbridge, observation tower, hydroelectric power station, cave, etc.
The “Sentier de la montagne” Trail
Distance : 3 to 4 km (1.9 to 2,5 miles)
Approximate duration : 40 minutes to 1 h 30 minutes
To see : Covered bridge, Round Barn, floral garden, waterfalls, observation tower, etc.
The “Sentier Tillotson” Trail
Distance : 8.5 km (5.3 miles)
Approximate duration : 2 h 30 to 3 h
To see : Waterfalls, pond, picnic area, etc.
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