Charming over than 50,000 tourists every year, Le Park des Sept-Chutes is not only a symbol of beauty but also friendliness. This beautiful view of Matawinie will afford you beautiful summer, winter, fall and spring. This Quebec’s regional park is called to be the Park of Seven Falls very often. This is because having numerous hiking trails this park also includes seven falls of its own. This is located near the west end of the Saint George Canada with an area of 0.42 km2.
According to the tourists Le Park des Sept-Chutes is a must for you in the fall because in falls, you can discover the beauty of it and get perfect hiking for you. In the fall, it also offers you Color Rise on 27th September and Halloween on the 24th October. This territory has 80 hectare urban forest that builds your connection with nature. For the multifunctional trails, this Park of Seven Falls has got 8 km area that takes in Pozer River Gorges Trails. The Allaince footbridge is situated in the apex of the 7th waterfall (hovers between the two banks at a 25 m distance.) The breathtaking view of the 200 years old pines and the Pozer River will surely make you an admirer of this park.
Besides, the bike path of Black Hock Trail which is in the green route 6 crosses the park. The terrace (covered) can bear up to 100 people for seating comfortably. Not only the trails are attractive, but varieties of the flora fauna are here to get the nature-feeling inside.
When talking about the trails, the hiking trails may seem more than perfect if compared with others. The hiking area covers about 12 km between the Mount Barriere and the Mount Brassard. Here is option to choose from the easy to the difficult trails as per your proficiency. So, for the beginners, it is not going to be tough and for the experienced ones, they can compete with their own level of competence.
The wild landscapes are as good as the trails for the people who are there to only enjoy the details of nature. Here lies the Veil of the Bride which has a height of 60 m and is higher than Niagara Falls. To visit this park you have to take the highway 40 and exit in 122. Then you have to follow route 31 and 131 north and have to go for 10 km on this way.
So, if you want to have a perfect trip away from the hectic city with your friends and family then this is an ideal choice. We will rate Le Park des Sept-Chutes in 4 stars out of 5.
What are the best trails at Le Parc Des Sept-chutes, Québec ?
Voile de la Mariée1 kmBeginner
Mont Brassard6.8 km270 mIntermediate
Mont Barrière6.7 km220 mIntermediate
Lac Rémi4.9 kmIntermediate
Michel Sokolyck3.8 kmIntermediate