Camp Mercier - Réserve faunique des Laurentides - Wildlife Reserves - Sépaq

Camp MercierRéserve faunique
des Laurentides

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Skate ski rental now offered

To help you get started in this discipline, we’ve made several sets of skate ski equipment available at our Camp Mercier rental shop. Nearly 20 km of freshly groomed skate skiing trails are at your disposal! Why not give them a try?


Your safety:
your responsibility

Documentation

Map of trails - winter (in French only)

The best cross-country skiing and snowshoeing around!

Camp Mercier is renowned as an excellent cross-country skiing and snowshoeing centre. Set in Réserve faunique des Laurentides, less than an hour from the city of Québec, it offers classic and skate skiers and snowshoers a wide variety of trails along with a very long season (even lasts into April), gorgeous scenery and unparalleled views!

Period: December 8, 2018 to April 7, 2019 (depending on snow conditions)

Cross-Country Skiing

Camp Mercier is a famous cross-country ski centre that has Québec's best snow conditions. You'll find a snack bar, a rental shop, a waxing room, a first-aid clinic, patrollers, and cutting-edge trail grooming. The trail network has 70 linear km of trails (50 km for classic skiing and 20 km for skate-skiing).

Season pass and booklet

Two attractive and affordable formulas: the season pass and a booklet of 12 day passes that you can share are valid in the Sépaq network’s 8 cross-country skiing centres. Obtain them now

Day Passes

Day passes are available on the site or online either the day before or the day of your cross-country skiing outing.

Staying with Us? Free Cross-Country Skiing!

This winter, access to the cross-country skiing trails is free for customers staying at Sépaq-network cross-country skiing centres. Present your booking confirmation at check-in to get your ski tickets. Tickets valid on your day of arrival, throughout your stay and on your day of departure. Tickets may only be used at the establishment at which you are staying.

Snowshoeing

From Camp Mercier, there are 33 linear km of recently blazed snowshoeing trails. They offer striking views, including one at 1,000 metres of altitude. You can also reach the heated rest area at Le Pic and a lean-to, both located at 800 m above sea level.

Cabins

Nineteen very well-equipped cabins sleep 2 to 6 people. The are near the cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. A cabin stay is a great way to make the fun last for a few days, and to be close to the action! In winter, cabin residents can also enjoy snow tubing and skating near the Lac-à-Noël and Devlin cabins.



Pricing

Starting at

$112.00

/night/cabin
Quadruple occupancy
Plus taxes
(2018-2019 season)

  • Rate for a 4-person cabin in the Devlin sector at Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier, in low season, on weekdays, for winter 2018-2019. Park entry fee not included. Book
  • Starting at $122/night/cabin for a 4-person cabin in the Lac à Noël and Pécan sectors of Réserve faunique des Laurentides, in low season, on weekdays, for winter 2018-2019. Book
  • The price includes accommodations, access to the skating rink and sledding hill and a day pass for cross-country skiing or snowshoeing on your day of arrival, throughout your stay and on your day of departure.

Where you can rent this lodging

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Important

Dates to remember

Winter season: December to April (depending on snow conditions), 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

Reservation methods

You can reserve by phone (1 800 665-6527) or on our Web site.

Location

Camp Mercier is located at 54 km north of the junction of Highway 40 and Highway 175 (Quebec), at kilometre 94 of Route 175 in Réserve faunique des Laurentides.

For your safety, cell phone communication works on most of the trails.

Services

  • Snack bar
  • Boutique: rental, repairs and maintenance for cross-country skis and snowshoes, sale of clothing and products related to these activities (waxes, etc.)
  • Waxing room
  • First aid service
  • 5 rest huts along the trails, equipped with radiotelephones

Notes

  • The cabins are powered by electricity and have running water, a bathroom, stove, fridge, cookware, microwave and a woodstove. Bedding and towels are not provided.
  • In Camp Mercier, dogs are prohibited, except for the snowshoeing trails where they are authorized. Condition and regulation

External Links

Regroupement des stations de ski de fond de la région de Québec

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