Hiking

Sentiers pédestres des 3 Monts de Coleraine

Saint-Joseph-de-Coleraine • Région de Thetford
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Randonnée au coucher de soleil aux 3 monts
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Les 3 monts
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Les 3 monts
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Description

In a few words

Located along Route 112, the hiking trails of the 3 Coleraine Mountains are part of an 800-hectare area, crisscrossed by 20 kilometres of hiking trails. Visitors will enjoy the breathtaking views at the top of mount Oak (460 metres), mount Kerr (494 metres) and mount Caribou (558 metres). Shelters are available to hikers for short stops or the night. In winter, trails are open to people on foot or snowshoes. The “Serpentine-de-Coleraine” ecological reserve, accessible to hikers, was created to preserve this unique environment in the Chaudière-Appalaches region.

For Real!

One morning, a note was waiting for someone to be read: ʺI come every year and I can assure you that you have the best hiking trails in Quebec!ʺ

Annabel Cousineau, Sentiers pédestres des 3 Monts de Coleraine

Certifications et distinctions

    • Grand Prix Régional - 2011

    Schedule and prices

    Schedule

    Daily at the Coleraine registration entrance or using the Coleraine and Vimy Ridge auto-registration service.

    Prices

    Adults: $6,00;
    Students (18 years and over):5,50$;
    Students (13 years and over): $5;
    Children (3 to 12 years): $2,50;
    Children 2 years and under: free;
    Family (2 adults and 2 children under 18 years): $15;
    Group rates available.

    Yurts : $75 * / $105 (plus taxes)
    Cottage : $115* / $165 (plus taxes)
    Membership: 30$/single, 42$/family
    *Low rates season

    Articles (4)

    Articles

    5 sentiers pour une dernière randonnée d'automne

    Novembre, te voilà! Pourquoi ne pas faire une dernière randonnée avant que l'hiver s'installe. Voici 5 sentiers méconnus qui, avec un léger tapis enneigé, dévoilent des points de vues remarquables. Nos skis et nos raquettes peuvent encore patienter un peu... n'est-ce pas?