Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier, Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury

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  • Love hiking there - any season. Dogs welcomed on a trial basis for the next 2 years (2016 to 2018) and then they will decide if Dogs are officially welcomes. Make sure to keep your dogs on a max 3m le...  more »
  • We wanted to go snowshoeing for the day and were excited to use our Parks Canada pass (which is good for all National parks). Unfortunately, they said that this is not a real national park (they just ...  more »
  • We spent the day snowshoeing here on beautiful, well-marked trails. The attendant in the visitor's center could not have been more helpful. There are a myriad of trails to choose from and the scenery ...  more »
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  • We trekked the Cascades trail. There were still a lot of snow, but it is still very doable with little children (age 5). The view of the frozen river and the mountains in the background was magnificent. We highly enjoyed our time outdoors.
  • My favorite place to hike near Quebec city. It is only 30 minutes away from the city. However, driving in the national park could take around 15 to 20 minutes to get to the start of your trail. It has very narrow roads and is very dusty. Sentier Les Loups is a 4 hours hike up and down with around 30 to 45 minutes break at the top to eat.
  • If you want some outdoor and you have a car. This is the place to go. Enjoy.
  • Great park just a short drive from Quebec City. The annual pass is well-worth the money if you plan to visit 5+ times a year. The hiking trails are scenic and well-mannered, and it's not uncommon to see wildlife like porcupines or ptarmigans. In the winter, there are nice trails for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing (not track-set) as well as hors-piste skiing. There is a microwave in the Visitor's Centre (km 10) to heat up your lunch 😀 The road inside the park that leads to some of the furthest away hikes (Les Croisées) can be really rough and potholed, so it takes really slow and careful driving to get out there.
  • "Astonishing!!!" Beautiful National Park! You can do lots of activities for all season. Summer: canoe, kayak, bicycle, hiking, trails, camping, fishing and more. Winter: hiking, snowshoe, trails, camping, skiing, fatbike and much more. All of that while being surrounded by amazing scenery! Go visit the Sepaq website for all the information about the activities this place has to offer! Damn, it feel so good to be alive!