Open in the winter
Hiking is definitely the best way to discover Parc national du Mont-Orford. It's the perfect way to get access to numerous viewpoints, which are said to be among the most spectacular of the Eastern Townships region. In the fall, the forest presents a show featuring the flamboyant colours of the sugar maples. The park is notably home to white-tailed deer and Great Blue Heron, which you can observe in their natural habitat. There is also a large variety of amphibian and reptile species. Beside two beaches, vacationers have a wide range of fun-filled activities to choose from. Come fall, colourful sugar maples treat hikers to a blazing show. Come winter, the park is a destination of choice for cross country skiing and snowshoeing fans.
Enjoy new advantages on purchase or renewal of your Annual Parcs Québec Network Card: a 10% discount in all Boutique Nature outlets and a free night of camping in the Parcs Québec network. Details and conditions
Starting April 26 and 27, 2014, book your 2015 cabin stay at this year’s prices. See the reservation launch calendar.
You can now book your campsite for the summer in one of our 7,400 campsites distributed throughout Sépaq network. On the program: fun, adventure and discovery! A great chance to get close to nature! Plan your stay
You can now book your 2014 stay in a Huttopia tent, Hékipia tent or a tent trailer at the national parks, wildlife reserves and tourist resorts. Families, couples or groups of friends, discover the joys of camping without having to bring your own equipment! Shop >
April 17, 2014 – Please note that our snowshoeing and snow walking trails (Pékan, Lynx, Gélinotte, Cerf, Coyote, Loutres, Chouette and Sittelle) are closed until next winter.
The hiking trails (Ruisseau-des-Chênes, Mont-Chauve, Crêtes and Pékan (Colline des Pins to Le Vieux-Camp hut)) are closed for the spring thaw. The Ruisseau-David trail will close a little later because of its northern exposure. During this period, some multi-purpose trails will remain open for hiking. Our hiking trails will reopen in a few weeks when the walking surface dries.
The purpose of this annual closure is to protect the fragile environments along our snowshoeing trails and ensure a solid walking surface for our hiking trails.
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