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Ham-Sud (Region: Eastern Townships)
The summit of Mont Ham is 713 m (2,339 ft.) high and offers a view of 360°. There are over 21 km (13 mi.) of easy and intermediate trails, an obstacle course, a picnic and games area More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre     

Rivière-du-Loup (Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent)
Located on Pointe de Rivière-du-Loup, on the shores of the St. Lawrence, this enchanting site will have you admiring sunsets that are unique in the world. You will find a hiking trail, More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre     

La Malbaie (Saint-Fidèle) (Region: Charlevoix)
Centre écologique de Port-au-Saumon (Port-au-Saumon ecological centre), an integral part of the Charlevoix world biosphere reserve (UNESCO), features highly diverse marine and land More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre     
 
Québec City (Borough of La Haute-Saint-Charles) (Region: Québec City and Area)
The park is located on the shores of a small lake, and a house with a reception centre has been built on site. It can welcome a hundred guests for various events such as marriages, More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre     

Saint-Georges (Region: Chaudière-Appalaches)
Park that intersects with the Route Verte bike path and features an island and lake. Observation sites, hiking trails, an impressive array of lilacs, playgrounds, exercise circuits More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre     

Nicolet (Region: Centre-du-Québec)
A network of wooden boardwalks will help you discover this ecological park running along Lac Saint-Pierre. By following the boardwalks and climbing the observation tower, you can easily More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre     

Sainte-Béatrix (Region: Lanaudière)
The Parc régional des Chutes-Monte-à-Peine et des Dalles (Chutes-Monte-à-Peine et des Dalles regional park) is traversed by the Assomption river, whose three powerful waterfalls can More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     

Saint-Zénon (Region: Lanaudière)
Amid the pristine natural setting of northern Lanaudière, explore the 12 km (7.5 mi.) of hiking trails on mounts Brassard and Barrière, with an altitude of nearly 700 m (2,300 ft.). More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre     

Rimouski (Sector of Rimouski) (Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent)
This path (5.5 km / 3.4 mi.) runs along salt marshes and ends in a mountainous, wooded area dedicated to Bernard Voyer, who learned the basics of mountaineering at this location. The More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre  Accessible for the physically disabled     

Clermont (Region: Charlevoix)
The Site régional de la Montagne de la Croix de Clermont (Clermont cross mountain regional site) is a natural site with an educational, cultural and recreational/tourism purpose. Admire More
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