Hiking

Parc régional du Massif du Sud

Saint-Philémon • Bellechasse
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Randonnée avec son chien au Parc régional du Massif du Sud
Saut lors d'une randonnée d'amis au Parc régional du Massif du Sud
Mont Chocolat
Parc régional du Massif du Sud - crédits photo S. Allard - TCA
Parc régional du Massif du Sud - crédits photo S. Allard - TCA
Parc régional du Massif du Sud - crédits photo S. Allard - TCA
Parcours des Abris-sous-Roche
Parc régional du Massif du Sud - crédits photo S. Allard - TCA
Sentier des passerelles
Parcours des Géants, randonnée au Parc régional du Massif du Sud
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Rando en famille au Parc régional du Massif du Sud
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Description

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  • Wonderful autumn colors!

    Come enjoy this annual dazzling display of forest colors.

  • Family fitness trail

    Take on the 15 challenges of our exciting fitness trail!

  • Wild camping

    35 well-spaced campsites located in forested areas.

  • Swim in crystal clear rivers

    During summer, cool down in our crystal clear river basins.

  • Glamping in blissful quietness

    Fully-equipped boreal tents, PODs, yurts & wood cabins.

In a few words

Twenty summits, including 917-m high Mount St. Magloire, the highest of Chaudière-Appalaches, amazing panoramas, deep valleys, crystalline waterfalls, a canyon, caves, old-growth forests with enormous yellow birches, excellent wildlife viewing opportunities and very few mosquitoes - welcome to the Massif du Sud Regional Park! Open year-round, the park boasts 71 km of safe hiking trails, 47 km of mountain and gravel bike trails, 29 km of cross-country skiing trails, 40 km of snowshoeing trails, along with 3 sectors for Hok skiing and 2 areas dedicated to backcountry skiing. If you choose to stay for a few days, the park also rents campsites, shelters, boreal tents, wood cabins and a yurt. The entertaining fitness trail features several challenges, including a rope bridge and a castle-labyrinth. Also offered on the premises: guided tours, nature interpretation activities and geocaching. Leashed dogs are allowed.

Certifications et distinctions

  • Bienvenue cyclistes !™
  • Aventure Écotourisme
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2015
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2016
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2017
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2018
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2019
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2019
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2019
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2020

Schedule and prices

Schedule

Open from mid-May to the end of October and from mid-December to mid-April. See our website for details : www.massifdusud.com .

Prices

Summer access fees:

Adult : $7,00
Children (17 & under) : free

Winter access fees:

Cross-country skiing and fat bike
Adult : $10,00
Children (17 & under): free

Snowshoeing, Hok and backcountry skiing*
Adult : $7,00
Children (17 and under): free

* For backcountry skiing, you must purchase a FQME membership (available at the Welcome center): $10 per day or $32 per year.


Fees are subject to change. For more details, visit our website www.massifdusud.com.

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September 2021

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Articles (5)

Articles

9 places to take the dog for a walk !

The region is full of parks that offer nature at its finest. Here we have some suggestions for a variety of parks where you’re allowed to take a walk with your dog and admire the picturesque landscapes of Chaudière-Appalaches!

Active Nature Introduction to the father-son long hike: mission accomplished!

Parc de la Gaspésie, Sentier des caps, Traversée de Charlevoix: there is no shortage of options for long hikes in the Belle Province! The only problem is when you want to do this hike with your 12 year old son without discouraging him, the options are quite limited. But recently, our research has finally enabled us to find the rare pearl in the Parc régional du Massif du Sud with the Parcours des Contrées de l'Est.