What’s new this winter at Parc Omega

Attractions to discover, February 12, 2024 2024-02-12
Arctic wolf
Photo credt: Parc Oméga

There are close to 400 wild animals - elk, bison, wolves, beavers, caribou – to see at Parc Omega, where they live in the heart of their natural environment. And this attraction is always innovating to provide wildlife lovers with immersive, fun-filled experiences! Here are three things to look for on your visit.

Try kicksledding!

At Parc Omega, this activity is offered thanks to the magnificent huskies! The kicksledding activity is a great way to explore the park's natural environment, while feeling the power and agility of the sled dogs. The ride covers a kilometre-long snow-covered trail and lasts around twenty minutes, including explanations and an end session with the dogs. You can choose to drive the scooter yourself or be a passenger. Snow conditions can affect whether the activity is available, but know that you'll still have the opportunity to meet the dogs and watch them train if the weather is not right for kicksledding on the day of your visit.

Sleep right next to the deer

Parc Omega offers the one-of-a-kind experience of sleeping in a cabin next to a pack of wolves and bears or a herd of deer, thanks to units with panoramic windows to let you observe the animals. Located in the mountains of Parc Omega, the new nature suites are designed for quiet deer-watching - fallow deer, white-tailed deer and more. Simply sit in front of the magnificent bay window or on the huge balcony overlooking the animals' living environment to admire this natural show. The suites are equipped with a full kitchen, a living room with indoor fireplace and all the comforts you need for a soothing stay.

Deer at Parc Oméga
Photo credit: Parc Oméga

Discover the European mouflon

Newcomers to Parc Omega, European mouflons can be observed close to the nature suites, in the mountainous terrain where they traditionally live and where they evolve with great agility. This herbivorous species feeds on the leaves and shrubs it finds in its environment. Easily recognizable, males can be distinguished by their long, curved horns, which can measure up to 60 centimetres, and by the white marking in the middle of their body. Females can also have horns, although they are less imposing than those of males. Think you’ll be able to spot them? Note that you can only see this new species if you reserve one of the new nature suites.

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