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Parc régional du Massif du Sud

Saint-Philémon • Bellechasse
important Covid-19, we are open for the 2020 season
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Parc régional du Massif du Sud - Crédits Claude Ouellet
Automn Colors - Photo credit Philippe Toussaint
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Interprétation - Crédit photo Véronique Benoît
Windmills - Massif du Sud Regional Park - Photo credit Yan Turcotte
Hiver - Crédit photo Claude Ouellet
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Boreal tent in winter - Photo credit Philippe Toussaint
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Hiver - Crédit photo Philippe Toussaint
4.7
572 Google Reviews

A nice find!

Trails are well-marked, campsites are shaded and have lots of privacy, and the staff is super friendly and welcoming!

Ms. Dumouchel, Évaluations Tourisme Chaudière-Appalaches

Parc régional du Massif du Sud

In a few words

Twenty summits, including 917-m high Mount St. Magloire, the highest of Chaudière-Appalaches, amazing panoramas, deep valleys, crystal clear waterfalls, a canyon, caves, old-growth forests with gigantic 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, 41 km of mountain and gravel bike trails, 25 km of cross-country skiing trails, 40 km of snowshoeing trails, along with 3 sectors of Hok skiing. If you choose to stay for a few days, the park also rents campsites, shelters, boreal tents, wood cabins, a yurt, as well as 5 brand new fully-equipped PODs. 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.

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.

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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.

Our crushes

  • Mountain biking for everyone!

    Beginners, experts: anybody can enjoy our single tracks!

  • Old-growth forests

    Take a hike through our 300-year-old forests!

  • Massif du Sud Trail Race

    4 exciting and challenging race courses. July 18th, 2020.

This place also offers : Campground, Hiking, Rope course, Yurts, tipis, huts and tents, Alpine skiing, Snowshoeing, Cross-country skiing, Mountain Bike and Fatbike

For
Real!

“ I work at the park, and believe it or not, I am so enthused about its natural features that I even spend my days off exploring them. Hiking, skiing, biking: it is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts! ”

Philippe Eid, Parc régional du Massif du Sud

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