Hiking

Parc des Appalaches

Sainte-Lucie-de-Beauregard • Montmagny and the islands
Top of the Sugar Loaf
Cascades de la Loutre
Cascades de la Loutre
Passerelle Langue de Chatte
Randonnée estivale
La passerelle de la Devost
Randonnée famille
Du sommet du Mont Sugar Loaf
Randonnée pédestre
Randonnée pédestre
Randonnée pédestre - sommet Mont Sugar Loaf
Mont Sugar Loaf
Du sommet du Mont Sugar Loaf
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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

Our crushes (6)

  • Sentier Les Eskers (4 km)

    Eskers, streams, sugar bushes, old forest et cascades.

  • Cedars' warterfall trail

    3.5 km in an old forest along levelled waterfalls.

  • Sentier le Portage (2.5 km)

    Run along the Noire Nord-Ouest river and several cascades.

  • Bogs trails (12km)

    Bogs, carnivorous plants, wood sidewalks, belvedere.

  • Sentier du Garde-feu (3 km)

    Offers an exceptional view at the top of the Sugar Loaf.

  • Capes trail (4 km)

    For the discovery of rocky capes and old forests.

In a few words

The Park of Appalachians offers more than 120 kilometers of developped trails for a real nature adventure. Explore trails adapted to families or cross more abrupt leading to mountains peak as the Sugar Loaf and Grande Coulée mountains which will offer you exceptional panoramic views.

During your hike, admire humid environments, eskers, lakes and rivers such as the magnificent Noire Nord-Ouest river. Discover the fauna and flora of verdant forest and mysterious bogs. Trails are dotted by rest areas and observation sites. A Break is imposed.

Lovers of long hike, go on an expidition during several days on the trails network of the Parc thanks to the primitive camping areas and to the developped shelters. Do not forget to reserve!

For Real!

A grandfather makes his granddaughter discover the Park last summer during a family day. It was beautiful to see the curiosity of the child who was discovering a great park for the first time.

Stéphanie Charland, Parc des Appalaches

Certifications et distinctions

  • Quebec Regional parks association
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2009
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2014

Schedule and prices

Schedule

Reception office opening hours:

From 1 of january 2022 to 21 of May 2022:
Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm and Saturday to Sunday from 9am to 3pm.

Du 22 mai au 11 octobre 2022:
Monday to Sunday from 9am to 5pm.

Du 12 octobre 2022 au 15 mai 2023
Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm and Saturday to Sunday from 9am to 3pm.

Prices

Chargeable access to the Park (6$/adult/day)

Offers (1)

Offres

Camping du Randonneur (Parc régional des Appalaches)

Chalets Villégiature & Pourvoirie Daaquam

Passeport-rabais équitation et excursion nautique

82 $ 25 % de rabais

61,50 $

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Articles (3)

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 3 days of independent hiking in the Appalachian Park

This summer, we bought our first house. A three-seater tent, very light. Enough to carry everywhere, on our backs. We also bought the mattress, the sleeping bag, the bowl, dehydrated food. The important thing: everything had to go into the backpack. So, only one plan was missing, a real hike.