Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook, Coaticook
Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
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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Je m'attendait à plus d'effets spéciaux. Il n'y a que trois tableaux qui sont spectaculaires. Le chemin à suivre sur le parcours n'est pas indiqué convenablement, c'est même dangereux par endroit tell... read more »I was expecting more than special effects. There are only three tables which are spectacular. The way forward on the course is not shown properly, it is even dangerous by place so it's dark. No security on the course. If I fell, it would have taken that I cries so hard that get out me of here. I think it's a shame because there is room for many improvements.show original
Belle activité en famille qui mêle randonnée (facile), pédagogie et découverte d'un site exceptionnel de la région. Attention au vertige, mais sinon, ce n'est que du plaisir.Great family activity that mixes (hike), pedagogy, and discovery of an exceptional site in the region. Attention to the Vertigo, but otherwise, this is just fun.show original
My first time here was amazing. The tourist info centre was open and the woman working was very helpful with all the information we needed to know. Restrooms are available here. Once downstairs, we pu... read more »
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 Desert Prince
beautiful place to visit in summer and very well organized!
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.
This is a terrific place to hike and enjoy dramatic natural features including hills, a river, trees etc. There's a huge suspension bridge to walk across and look below, contemplating the height! The Foresta Lumina event that others mention was amazing! This place is definetely worth a visit if you're in the area. After your hike, stop at the nearby Laterie de Coaticook for some ice cream!
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