Overview

Difficulty Easy
Distance 43 KM
Animal Dog allowed

Activities

Hiking

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In the early 1990s, a group of volunteers led by Mr.Joseph Jacob opened and marked out a series of short hiking trails in the eastern part of the kekeko massif, that is, in the area facing Lake Beauchastel. A little later was added the hiking trail; The Transkékéko. In order to help you prepare and carry out your walk we offer you this site which should allow you to go home before the night.



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What are the best trails at Collines Kékéko ?

  • Trails
    Distance
    Elevation
    Difficulty
  • Sentier du Ruisseau
    0.8 km
    Beginner
  • Sentier le Panorama
    0.8 km
    Beginner
  • Sentier de l'Orignal
    1.1 km
    Beginner
  • Sentier du Prospecteur
    1.2 km
    Beginner
  • Sentier l'Aventurier
    1.3 km
    Beginner
  • Sentier panoramique Despériers
    2.2 km
    Beginner
  • Sentier de la Falaise
    2.2 km
    80 m
    Beginner
  • Sentier du Trappeur
    3.6 km
    50 m
    Beginner
  • La Boucle 1
    4.6 km
    Intermediate
  • La Boucle 2
    3 km
    Intermediate
  • Sentier de la Faille
    2.5 km
    Intermediate
  • La Transkékéko
    15.6 km
    Intermediate
  • Sentier des Crevasses
    1 km
    Intermediate
  • Sentier du Réflecteur
    1.4 km
    125 m
    Intermediate
  • Sentier des Remparts
    1.6 km
    Intermediate

Details

Access fee Free
Schedule
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Coordinates
48.1777 -79.1346

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Rating and comments

Stanley Kelley
Stanley Kelley
Enjoy the nature
Karena Burkhard
Karena Burkhard
Very good place. I recommand this place.
Elsie P. Hunt
Elsie P. Hunt
Wow
Dennis Wallace
Dennis Wallace
I love this place
Michael Gray
Michael Gray
Nice!


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