As of November 11, 2022, the park will be close to preserve our beautiful trails. We invite you to consult our section "schedule" and "weather forecast" which will allow you to see updates of the upcoming winter activities.
Biking on snow, a sport also known as fat bike, is a full ascent activity. Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook has been proactive in offering this sport now for several years. Offering our visitors, the thrill to enjoy this sport during the white season. The trend also continues during summertime, since many fans ride their fat bikes throughout the year.
A 17 km pathway allows sports fans to enjoy magnificent views on trails appointed by volunteers. Bike lovers and snowshoeing fans share part of this trail in a friendly manner. The trick, be cautious, ride in the same direction as snowshoeing travelers and give way when necessary. Pets are accepted, although they must be kept on a leash at all times in the Park (including on the campground). They are however prohibited in the shelters, ready-to-camp tents.
To ensure the quality of trails, make sure your bike does not sink more than one inch into the trail surface. Otherwise, your bike is not suitable for these types of snow trails. Helmets are mandatory at all times and dogs are permitted on trails but must be kept on leash at all times. Inform yourself if bike rental is available (valid credit card required), on site only (only 3 fatbikes adult size for rent $15 / h, no advance booking). Rental is not included in the rates of the bike trails.
To better plan your visit, check out the weather forecast section at the top of our website.
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(16 and +)
(4 to 15 years old)
You must register to the campground reception desk before entering the trails. Fat bike rental is not included in the rates of the trails. Your ticket includes access to fatbike trails, snowshoeing trails, winter hiking, ice rink and a small slide. Bring your sleds and skates (no rental on site).