Parc national du Mont-Saint-Bruno is just a few kilometres from the Montréal metropolitan area. Five lakes, an orchard, a historic mill and dozens of kilometres of trails make this park a true island of nature in an urban environment. Hundreds of species of flowers, trees and plants fill the area. Every breath you take brings a new perfume and every breeze carries this blend of very special scents only found in the forest. Some 200 bird species and about 40 mammal species share the territory. Encounters you can expect, summer and winter alike.
Take a moment to sample some tea, savour its flavours and experience its benefits. We’ll be making GAIWAN tea, according to an ancient Chinese technique. Small pastries and fine chocolates will also be served. The evening will be topped off by a very mysterious tale. Activity offered on Saturdays, February 7 and 21, and March 7, 2015. Details
The park is opening its trails for nocturnal lovers of winter sports. Until March 5, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails will be open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays until 9 p.m. The heated rest stop and the ski waxing room as well as snowshoe rentals will be made available to clients during these evenings. Details
2015 will mark the 30th anniversary of Parc national du Mont-Saint-Bruno. Come celebrate with us by rediscovering this remarkable protected territory. A festive visit is a must!
The most cost-effective way to pay national park entry fees in the Parcs Québec network. Enjoy unlimited access to 24 national parks for a period of 12 months, plus exclusive advantages only for cardholders. Details
New items on the menu, such as new gelato flavours. Featuring tea, coffee, and pastries! Schedule
After 10 years of field research, we are proud to present the first report on the evolution of the ecological integrity for Quebec’s National Parks. Access the entire findings (in French only) of more than 370 surveys carried out through the ecological integrity tracking program.
Are you interested in the conservation and management of the national parks? See the latest edition of the Conservation Bulletin for information on some recent research projects carried out in the Parcs Québec network. Science serving conservation!