Boasting otherworldly scenery, Quebec is a
spectacular place to make the most of winter. And the 175 regional
parks provide exceptional areas for people to
practise outdoor sports in almost all of the regions. Each of the
parks offers multiple possibilities for fun out in nature, a true
delight for all outdoor enthusiasts!
From beginners to seasoned athletes,
anyone can find a suitable activity in Quebec's regional parks,
which are recognized for their safe, high-quality facilities. The
kinds of activities available vary from park to park, but they all
offer a wide variety of trails for all levels and space to practise
a multitude of outdoor sports. Some of the parks are ideal places
for skating, sliding or ice fishing, while others offer
accommodation in the heart of nature, allowing you to enjoy your
activities longer. Some regional parks also offer guided activities
or "self-guided" itineraries and, in many cases, you can rent the
necessary equipment on site.
Adventure-seekers will be won over by the
networks of trails found in Quebec's regional parks. For a few
hours, a day or even a multi-day getaway, explore magnificent trails
for winter biking, snowshoeing, mountain hiking, cross-country
skiing or backcountry skiing. These playgrounds are real treasures
that are sure to amaze you! For a memorable stay that goes off
without a hitch, contact the regional park of your choice to find
out about trail conditions and to plan your itinerary.
Head out on an adventure at Parc
régional de la Forêt ouareau, Parc
régional Montagne du diable, Parc
régional de Portneuf or Parc
régional des Appalaches!
Winter is the time to play outside!
Parents and kids will love a day spent sliding down the slopes or
practising skating, and you can bet you'll even forget the cold!
Plus, outdoor activities are an affordable way for families to make
the most of the season and share some fun times together.
Families will be particularly thrilled to
discover the Parc
régional du Bois de Belle-Rivière, Parc
régional des Grèves, Parc
de la Rivière-des-Mille-Iles and Centre
de la Côte Boisée.