Park Path Explorer is a new tool that allows you to personalize your visit to a national park in the Parcs Québec network, while learning about the riches of these magnificent protected areas. According to your preferences and interests, choose from among a variety of paths and discover the park’s beauty, landscape, habitats, plant and animal life, and history.
Park Path Explorer is available here on the Sépaq Web site and on interactive terminals in the Discovery and Visitors Centres. Depending on what you want to see or how you want to explore the park, choose one of the hiking, cycling or water paths. You’re on your way!
d'Aiguebelle Parc national
d'Anticosti Parc national
du Bic Parc national
de Frontenac Parc national
des Grands-Jardins Parc national
de la Jacques-Cartier Parc national
du Lac-Témiscouata Parc national
du Mont-Saint-Bruno Parc national
du Mont-Tremblant Parc national
de la Yamaska
Each route is dotted with discovery points designed to help you see and learn more about the special characteristics of the park you’re visiting. There are three ways to explore the routes.
Certain paths use a brochure to share knowledge with you. Pick one up before your departure. It will contribute to the pleasure of your excursion!
To accompany your discoveries, the paths are dotted with explanatory panels to draw your attention to the characteristics of the environment you’re exploring.
The free Park Path Explorer application presents the paths with discovery points and details about each one on your device. Maps, diagrams and photographs accompany a short text. You can download the application now or at the park in the Wi-Fi zone at the Discovery and Visitors Centre.
If you don’t have a device, you can borrow one at the reception desk.
See the To Learn section in the Park Path Explorer for more information about the park’s vegetation, river system, wildlife and history.
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