A magical place for a snowshoe hike!

Over 21 kilometers (13 miles) of snowshoeing trails developed within Parc de la gorge de Coaticook. Five difficulty levels are available, whether you are on a family journey, couple or group hike, these trails are within everyone’s reach.

Snowshoes and crampons rentals are also available on site. A great way to learn the sport in all its simplicity! Please note that trails do not lead to the suspended footbridge since it is closed during the winter season.

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.

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(16 and +)
(4 to 15 years old)

Taxes included

You must register to the campground’s reception desk before entering the trails. Equipment rental is available, but it is not included in the rates of the snowshoeing trails. Your ticket includes access to snowshoeing trails, ice rink and a small slide. Bring your sleds and skates (no rental on site).

Trail map

Map - Snowshoeing trails map - Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook - winter activity
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Snowshoeing schedule

Cardio (R1)

Meandering and steep with good slopes.

Distance : 3 km (1.85 miles)
Approximate duration : 1 h
Difficulty : Average

Deers (R2)

Many up and down slopes.

Distance : 4 km (2.85 miles)
Approximate duration : 1 h 30
Difficulty : Difficult

Landscape (R3)

Begins with steep hills and ends through flat trails.

Distance : 3.5 km (2.18 miles)
Approximate duration : 1 h 45
Difficulty : Easy

Tillotson (R4)

Mountainous with several up and down slopes.

Distance : 8.5 km (5.3 miles)
Approximate duration : 3 h
Difficulty : Difficult

The Gorge (Canyon) (R5)

Sinuous with a few slopes.

Distance : 2.5 km (1.7 miles)
Approximate duration : 1 h
Difficulty : Average