Want to plan a great family day out in the
Laurentians? Discover the Parc
régional du Bois de Belle-Rivière, one of the most beautiful
forests in Quebec. Located in Mirabel, this splendid regional park
offers a wide range of activities for all tastes, from snow tubing
to skating, cross-country skiing and winter walking. In
addition, the last weekend of January will be a festive one with a
fun-filled program as part of the Fête des neiges event.
Look forward to lots of laughs!
On January 29 and 30, you are invited to
enjoy a host of activities during the Fête des neiges. This
celebration of snow promises fun for the whole family thanks to a
giant ball pit, bubble soccer, snow sculpting, a trampoline zone,
and for sweet tooths, maple products to taste. Fatbiking, which is a
popular activity at all times in the park, will also be a big part
of the event. Fatbikes will be available for rent at the reception
pavilion. Be sure to bring your skates too: skating with music and
lights will take place on Saturday evening, from 5 to 9 p.m. A
magical evening for all!
Kids and adults alike will love lacing
up their skates and exploring the 2.5 km ice trail through the
maple grove. If tubing is one of your favorite activities, head to
the top of the lookout and slide down! There is an impressive
23-metre slope with two sliding corridors for tubing as well as an
on-site tube rental service.
Cross-country skiing enthusiasts will
love the 7-km trail suitable for beginners. Do you prefer winter
walking? Head for the trails that offer a wonderful place to
admire the snow-covered woods. And keep in mind that this
pet-friendly park allows dogs on the main trail as well as in the
vast dog park!
If you want a chance to explore this
regional park longer, consider a stay in one of the five rustic
wood-fired cabins. That way, you'll have plenty of time to enjoy
all there is to do at the park.