Parc régional du lac Kénogami
The Corporation du parc régional du lac Kénogami is the organization responsible for the management and maintenance of the Lake Kénogami hiking trail.
During your hike you will find four rustic campgrounds and three shelters, each accommodating up to ten people. One of the features of the lake Kénogami pedestrian trail is a self-propelled aerial platform, unique in Quebec that allows you to cross the 101-meter that separates the two shores of the Pikauba River. Another attraction is the 23-meter suspension bridge over the Cyriac River.
To facilitate your tracking, between each milestone, the trail is marked with spots of yellow paint on the trees. You can orient yourself with these.
Luggage and passenger transportation services are offered through a local company. Contact us for more information.
- h Halte routière
- Â Pet-friendly
- x Camping
- 0 Seasonal operation
- 5 Paid admission
Located on the south shore of lake Kénogami, the Lake Kénogami hiking trail is nearly 40 km long. Sprinkled with lakes, rivers and creeks, the trail is representative of the Laurentian’s wildlife and plants (boreal and mixed). All along your route, magnificent views of lake Kénogami and the plain of Lake Saint-Jean will beautifully punctuate your hike. Not being accessible by motorized vehicles, you will find calm as lived the first explorers. In Hébertville, the trail begins at the top of the slopes of the Mont Lac-Vert ski Center and in Laterrière, by the path of the Simoncouche River, between km 221 and 222 of QC-175 south.
During the winter season, from November 1 to May 15, it is possible to snowshoe on the Lake Kénogami hiking trail, however, for safety reasons, only the two ends of the trail are accessible. The first section extends from km 0 at Mont Lac-Vert to km 9.5 at Cap-à-l'Aigle. At the other end, at the entrance of the trail at km 221.5 of QC- 175 southe, the trail is open from km 39.6 to shelter Cooperative Laterrière.
This magnificent cliff dominates the Lake Kénogami. Overlooking the Lake Kénogami, this pitch, remained wild, rises to 75 meters above the rockslide of large blocks. This rock climbing is, according to many one, the best rock climbing in the Quebec, in terms of verticality and achievement. Attention access restrictions for falcon nesting: no climbing is allowed on the left of the pitch (front view) throughout the year. Climbing is permitted only in the right sector and only from August 1st to March 1st.