Cycling paths

Parc des Appalaches

Sainte-Lucie-de-Beauregard • Montmagny and the islands
Vélo aux Tourbières
Vélo dans les Tourbières de Saint-Just-de-Bretenières

Parc des Appalaches

Contact details

105, street Principale
Sainte-Lucie-de-Beauregard Québec, G0R 3L0
List of itineraries

418 223-3423
1 877 827-3423

info@parcappalaches.com

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Description

  • Length : 12 km

Our crushes (6)

  • The Barrage de Drave bridge

    Lets admire the wonderful bridge of the Sentier Le Portage.

  • Le Centre plein air lac Carré

    The giant trampoline and the slide will delight children!

  • Pontoon cruise

    Charming cruise at the discover of the Noire Nord-O River

  • The Daaquam River

    Fishing and relaxation at the rest area near the peatlands.

  • Fishing in pond

    Tease the fish in the ponds of the Pourvoirie Daaquam.

  • The Noire Nord-Ouest River

    Discover this beautiful meanders river in canoe-kayak.

In a few words

It is quite rare to be able to cycle in a peatland, mysterious and generally not quite accessible natural environment. The regional Park of Appalachians made it possible by building three easy trails equiped with wooded sidewalks leading in the peatland. This trails, of 12km in a resinous forest, allows the interpretation of the fascinating ecosystem of Saint-Just-de-Bretenières' bogs. Moreover, it is not unusual to encounter moose!

Open everyday from June to September.

For Real!

Already more than 15 years that I work with a passionate team to develope this great and magnificent territory dedicated to outdoor and insuring the welfare of visitors and their canine friends!

Stéphanie Charland, Parc des Appalaches

Certifications et distinctions

    • Grand Prix Régional - 2009
    • Grand Prix Régional - 2014

    Schedule and prices

    Schedule

    Trails accessible from 1st of June to 11th of October
    Sector close in hunt period.

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    Articles

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