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Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook, Coaticook

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Explore the dense, verdant landscape of the 50 m (164 ft) deep gorge and its surroundings at Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook. Hiking, horse riding, camping and mountain biking, the trails here provide a range of outdoor activities you can try at the gorge. Brave the longest suspension bridge in North America and experience an enchanting alternate view of the park with the magical illuminated night walk Forest Illumine. Three main routes ranging in length and difficulty make the hikes accessible for all abilities and the on site miniature farm is a favourite among young ones. Check the park's website for opening information, as weather conditions can affect access. With our custom trip planner, Coaticook attractions like Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Family and dog friendly... You can bike, hike, walk, run, picnic or attend the evening luminary delights. A beautiful spot in a beautiful region. Parking and camping available. Saw little tents and mo...  more »
  • Place is really neat teenagers they liked it but kids even 7 and above will have a blast it is more than just the bridge they can go all the way to the bottom. At least a half a day. Have to be pretty...  more »
  • We took our two small children here for the day and it did not disappoint! Trails vary form hard to easy and the light show was amazing!  more »
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  • We arrived around noon and were told that we MUST rent snowshoes to go into the park. There was very little snow on the ground and the snowshoes were unnecessary. Mine didn't fit and two others of our group couldn't keep theirs buckled. It was obviously a way to upcharge for access. Access to the bridge and the trail that ran along the shore were closed. Most of the walk was through the woods, up and down steep hills, far from the gorge. Wasn't worth going.
  • Beautiful large park with friendly staff. Very dog-friendly. Nice place to bring visitors from out of town, trails are simple, clearly marked and well-maintained. Great views from the bridge and the tower.
  • I like... You need to arrive early to have time to visit all the attractions. You can bring your food and there is so many places you can sit and relax.
  • The basic walk around is 3.5Km. Many places to sit and recover from the short climbs :->
  • This is a beautiful place to come visit. In the summertime they have a light show called Foresta Lumina. I'm also told the suspended pedestrian bridge here is the longest in North America.