Meet-up with waves & water
Explore the Lake Arthabaska−Wabano Dam circuit by canoe, kayak or paddleboard! The 4-hr return trip introduces you to several aquatic habitats, home to rich and diverse flora and fauna. To assist you is our handy self-guided tour map, available at the Arthabaska Discovery and Visitors Centre.
In winter, welcome to relais pointu!
An unending horizon of whiteness. This is precisely what the Grands-Jardins trail network offers in winter. Located mid-way through Piste 2, the Pointu hut is perfect for tackling nature with a dash of comfort. Boldy explore the great white north and live an unforgettable winter adventure!
Both feet in the aftermath of a wildfire
This 10.2 km trail that meanders through a former wildfire site is perfect to appreciate the true nature of Grands-Jardins National Park. A hike with unparalleled lake and mountain views, and an incursion into the boreal forest. Meet up with peace and quiet, and sweet nature.
Gone fishing for the day
Yum! Trout native to the boreal forest waterways! To the great pleasure of amateurs, several lakes and sections of river are open to anglers with a day pass, all summer long. Solo or with your family, set aside some time and come experience the peacefulness of the park.
Via ferrata: a skytop view!
Feel like surpassing yourself, and discovering the park differently? Take your courage in both hands! Mont-du-Lac-des-Cygnes’ Via Ferrata proposes a long and a shorter circuit, with spellbinding views of Gros-Bras valley. A memorable experience in a small group, with a professional guide.
Taiga adventure: the great north, underfoot
Plunge into the taiga’s Nordic universe, an ecosystem usually found between the 52nd and 55th parallels. Accessible only when accompanied by a naturalist park warden, this secret trail will open your eyes to the fascinating world of lichens, and other natural phenomena that have fashioned Grands-Jardins National Park. Reservations required.
Enriching nature experiences.
Québec’s national parks, guardians of countless treasures, offer a chance to connect with nature. Safeguard these protected areas so they can be cherished and enjoyed for generations to come.