Ice climbing

A unique opportunity to see exceptional scenery!

Ice climbing takes place on the frozen rock frontage within the heart of the captivating landscape of Coaticooks canyon. Conservation of a continuous and controlled stream ensures that ice walls remain solid.

The park offers 8 climbing walls with heights between 25 and 50 meters accessible to beginners through expert levels. Only daily admissions pass holders and members of Fédération québécoise de la montagne et de l’escalade (FQME) can measure up to it.

For visitors who would like to learn ice climbing, contact Chamox at http://chamox.com/contact. Chamox provides the equipment only for those who use their services.

You can also acquire a FQME membership card at the campground’s reception desk.

Watch this video to learn more about ice climbing.

Rates

Nonmember of FQME
Member of FQME
Daily
$17.25
$5.75

Taxes included

Equipment not provided.  You must present yourself at the campground’s reception desk before reaching the climbing walls.

For an introduction to climbing (including access, equipment and monitor), contact Chamox at http://chamox.com/contact

FQME : Mountain & Climbing Quebec Association

Trail map

Map - Ice climbing - Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook - winter activity
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Ice climbing schedule

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