Hiking fun in every direction
Whether you’re heading out for an hour, a day or the week, whether you prefer exploring the plains or the mountain slopes or wandering through forests and alongside rushing rivers, Lanaudière’s hiking trails will satisfy anyone who loves wide open spaces and breathtaking views.
Amazing parks for great hikes
Explore the trails in Sept-Chutes Regional Park in Saint-Zénon or in Chute-à-Bull Regional Park, whose trails lead all the way to the village of Saint-Côme. You can also hit the National Trail, which stretches across the region for 170 km, or opt for the trails in Ouareau Forest or Mont-Tremblant National Park. Whatever the spot, hikers will get an eyeful of stunning views dotted with lakes, rivers, waterfalls and cascades. Don’t have much time? Enjoy a stroll in the forest or along the riverside in one of the urban parks of Mascouche, Terrebonne and Repentigny.
An abundance of trails for all
Throughout the summer months up to the first snow fall, hikers love heading out to Lanaudière. The territory is so vast and the views so stunning, you could spend weeks on end exploring the many diverse trails. Whether overnighting in a cabin, at an outfitters or in a vacation centre, staying in a lakeside cottage, hitching a tent or enjoying more urban accommodations, our nature trails and green spaces are always within walking distance!Discover our must-see trails here
Beginner or expert hikers, right this way
Lanaudière has a wealth of trails for hikers of any skill level, all readily accessible. Intermediate hikers will love the small Compostelle of Lanaudière, a 65.5 km trail offering four circuits of 15 to 23 km through forests and beside lakes. In Saint-Donat, families can have fun hiking up to the lookout on Mont-Sourire or exploring the 4 km Envol trail in the Pimbina sector of Mont-Tremblant National Park. Still up for more? For shorter distances, head to Chutes Monte-à-Peine-et-des-Dalles Regional Park or Chutes Dorwin Regional Park.