Hiking, cycling, canoeing, snowshoeing, nature interpretation... The Sépaq network offers you a wide range of discovery and outdoor activities. Stay a little longer in this luxurious natural setting by making an online reservation for one of our 550 cabins or 8,000 campsites. The 22 national parks, 16 wildlife reserves, Sépaq Anticosti and 8 tourist resorts, such as Parc de la Chute-Montmorency and Station touristique Duchesnay invite you to come out and enjoy the pleasures of autumn.
The Fédération québécoise de la marche is there to promote and develop walking activities in all forms. It has more than 3,000 members, including individuals and families, along with more than 100 organizations involved in walking activities of all kinds: walking for health, speed walking, hiking, trekking, snowshoeing. It is also involved in trail management and training.
Area: 670 km2 Tourist region: Québec city and area
Less than 30 minutes from North America's oldest French-speaking city lies Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier. It features a remarkable landscape characterized by contrasts: mountainous uplands fractured by steep-sided valleys. The Jacques-Cartier river valley presents a spectacular 550-metre-deep trench through which a multi-faceted river winds. Park's dense forest, where yellow birch, sugar maples and black spruce co-mingle, nature inspires peace and respect. In the winter, discovering the magic of this site on snowshoes will leave you speechless.
A great magazine in French: information, advice and testimony for hiking enthusiasts. The Marche-Randonnée magazine is published four times a year.
Body and soul adventures! The most important French language media about outdoors in Quebec.
Aventure Chasse & Pêche magazine is especially made for passionate hunters and fishermen who are looking for the latest technologies and stories.
The only snowshoe magazine 100% dedicated to the sport. They are located in Denver, Colorado and believe in the ongoing promotion and growth of the sport of snowshoeing. They offer information on many subjects: product reviews, events, nutrition, snowshoer tips, stories, clubs, etc.
If there is one thing that links cottagers, it's this: a cottage is much more than just a building where we go to spend weekends and holidays—it's a place full of memories and traditions, and when we're not there, we just can't wait for that next trip to the lake!