Domaine De La Forêt Perdue - Hiking

Domaine de la forêt perdue - Hiking

Mauricie, Quebec, Canada



10 KM

What are the activities on site?


See photos of the Domaine de la forêt perdue

Why choose this trail?

Unless you spend your winters down south or hibernating in a den, you must have heard about the 15-kilometer skating trails found in The Lost Forest of Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel in the Mauricie region.

Domaine de la forêt perdue is located in Mauricie and offers a unique skating experience.

Not only can you practice snowshoeing and white fishing in the magnificent pine forest, but you can also skate through the forest in a 12-kilometer ice maze!

You're likely to come across some local wildlife and a large number of winter birds.

In order to refuel the sportsmen, there is a snack bar open every day, welcoming anyone and for those who bring their lunch, there are heated eating areas that are open on site.

It is important to know that dogs are permitted in exchange for free donations to the Our Lady of Mount Carmel community and volunteer organizations.

The Lost Forest Estate is open from December through mid-March. And to access the site, you have to pay the entrance fee, which comes with a coupon redeemable for a farm product (honey, maple syrup and other treats).

○    Adult Price: $22.00

○    Child Price: $20.00

What are the services on site?

Parking Reception Toilet

Rate & open hour

Access fee $ 0.00

9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

46.4616495 -72.6347429

What are the coordinates and address of Domaine de la forêt perdue?

Domaine de la forêt perdue
(819) 378-5946
1180 Rang Saint Félix E, Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel, QC G0X 3J0, Canada

What are the comments and evaluations from the community?

Mary Frazier
Mary Frazier
Had a great time! The weather was perfect and the skating was so much fun. Well worth the price of entry. Would certainly go again with more people everything inside was clean and also covid safe! Masks at all times. They served pretty good food. Along with the free thing from the farm which was also so amazing honey spread or whatever you chose for options. Great experience!!!
2 years ago
Scott Peacock
Scott Peacock
AMAZING place to spend time in the winter. Skating labyrinth through the forest. There's a location to put on your skates and leave your stuff (unattended though). They serve hot drinks outside. You can also rent for $10 a 'skating chair' to push someone in front of you while skating. Will be defined coming back!
2 years ago

Starting Point

From Exit 203 of Highway 40, take Route 157 north for approximately 12 km. At the traffic lights, turn right onto rang Saint-Félix and continue to the entrance.

Why visit this place

More than 10 kilometers of trails cover the longest labyrinth in the world. This is where you can learn about plant and animal observation. All the more to develop the taste and skills for research and orientation in the forest!

Things not to be missed

Skating day or night on the pine forest trails remains a must-do activity that is indescribable!

The wind in winter is well sheltered, spinning on a very smooth ice surface, and the pines are full of freshly fallen snow, making the landscape very magical and fairy-like.

There are many accommodations in the Lost Forest area, including cottages, small houses, campgrounds, etc.

However, if you're looking for a fairly special, unique and at one with nature, we've done some research for you and listed the best shelters to sleep in below.

Our favorites - Where to sleep?

●     Ready to camp: the little forest.

Perfect for 2 people, the little forest is open any season to accommodate people! It's a 4-meter tent that sits in the middle of nature in the heart of a small private woodland. Well equipped, you will feel alone in the world in this beautiful place.

●    Eddie's Cottage :

Located in the middle of nature, this cottage features an enchanting setting where peace and quiet reign. Perfect for 6 travelers, this cottage is well equipped.

Let’s Answer Your Questions - FAQ

What are the opening hours ?

9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Is the place are families friendly?


Is there an information center / service center / reception?


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