What are the activities at Parc De La Gorge De Coaticook ?
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Why choose a trail at Parc De La Gorge De Coaticook?
The Parc de Gorge welcomes you in a natural environment. The park is located in the town of Coaticook and is one of the main tourist attractions of the Eastern Townships. It offers a variety of activities, summer and winter.
The suspension bridge spanning the 50-meter high Coaticook Gorge is the main attraction of the Coaticook Gorge Park.
As you travel the three loops, ranging from two to eight and a half kilometers, you will come across two observation towers, a cave, a dam, a working hydroelectric plant, waterfalls, a round barn, a flower garden, and the majestic Coaticook River Gorge.
Take advantage of these magnificent landscapes for family picnics, romantic walks or share these unforgettable moments with your friends.
This place is open from May to November.
There is an entrance fee to enter the park! The fee is $8.00 for adults, $4.75 for children aged 6 to 15 and $2.50 for additional children.
Please note that several payment methods are accepted including MasterCard, Visa, and debit card. Not to mention cash of course.
To access it, take exit 21 off Highway 55, then take Route 141 south to Coaticook and follow the signs.
Why visit Parc De La Gorge De Coaticook
Foresta Lumina, the illuminated nighttime walking trail is very popular. Hiking trails, including the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in North America and 182 forest campsites remain popular activities.
Mountain biking trails, a farmhouse, two observation towers, a cave, the world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge, a 50-metre gorge, primitive camping/services, horseback riding, a farmhouse, a swimming pool, 17 km of intermediate/advanced mountain biking trails, fishing, birding sites, and a flower garden also attract visitors in the summer.
The most popular winter activities are snowshoeing, fat biking and snowball fights, not to mention ice skating and climbing.
Things not to be missed
After a long day, you want to stay in this idyllic place. But you are probably wondering if there are any shelters. But not just any refuge. Are you looking for an accommodation in the middle of nature, a special but above all unforgettable accommodation?
You've come to the right place!
Several huts are available in the Coaticook Gorge Park.
There are two cabins, more than 175 campsites, but also ready to camp.
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We've collected the best shelters for you to make it easier!
● Gorge Park Campground:
There are 182 serviced and unserviced sites that are suitable for everyone and include a picnic table and a campfire site. The camping tent is located across from the lake which allows for peaceful sleeping.
● Gorge Park Shelters:
Both huts are located in a secluded wooded area near the camp reception. The shelter is fully equipped. You only need to bring your bedding with you.
● Gorge Park Imago Tents:
These facilities combine outdoor fun with hotel-like comfort. They are the ideal "ready-to-camp" accommodation solution for tourists without camping equipment. These tents can accommodate 4 people.
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What are the opening hours ?
From the beginning of May to June 23: 10 am to 5 pm
June 24 to early September: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Early September to late October: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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