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Hut: bookings for winter 2017-2018

You can now book your 2017-2018 winter stay in a hut and be among the first to pick your spot. Choose these gateways to snowshoeing and cross-country ski trails. Snowy landscapes and breathtaking scenery guaranteed! Bookings by phone only at 1 800 665-6527.


Your safety:
your responsibility

Domestic Animals

Reservation (Terms and Conditions) and Regulations

Documentation

Safety Guides - Summer Backpacking Safety Guides - Cross-Country Skiing (in French only)

Be adventurous!

Stay in a hut for a nature experience guaranteed to be extraordinary. Hikers, snowshoers and skiers have already caught on to the concept. Depending on their chosen route, there are trails leading between the huts or to a single hut. You're guaranteed year-round spectacular views over landscapes brimming with colour or blanketed in snow. Once you arrive at your destination, you'll relish the beauty and tranquility of your surroundings.

Different from a rustic shelter, which is reserved exclusively for groups, huts are community-type dwellings. You can reserve one or several sites, where you may be joined by other people depending on the hut's capacity. During the day, nature lovers may stop in for a break.



Pricing

Starting at

$23.00

/pers./day

Taxes extra

  • 2016-2017 rate in Parc national du Mont-Orford.
  • Starting at $25.75/pers./day for the 2017-2018 season (taxes extra).
  • An additional entry fee applies at national parks.

To find out the rates for each establishment, see the Pricing section for each of them.


Where you can rent this lodging


Important

Dates to remember

 SeasonReservation Starting Dates
Summer and Fall 2016 May 26, 2015
Winter 2016-2017 September 15, 2015
Summer and Fall 2017 May 31, 2016
Winter 2017-2018 September 20, 2016

How to reserve

By phone at 1 800 665-6527. On the first day of reservations, phone lines open at 9 a.m.

Notes

  • Huts are equipped with beds and mattresses, a woodstove (wood provided) or a propane stove, table and chairs. Pit toilet and water outlet nearby.
  • Huts may be scattered throughout the campground, and be more or less close to the activities and services available.

Tips

  • Always check the distance of the hut from the Visitors Centre. Detailed trail maps can usually be purchased at the park or by phone.
  • What to bring? See our Safety Guides!
  • Certain amenities, like grocery stores and gas stations, may be located quite far from your campsite.

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