More Than a Cave… An Exclusive Natural Experience!
The Parc de la caverne du Trou de la Fée is an extensive territory in the wilderness offering many gravity defying attractions for families and adventurers alike.The safe and easy to access cave is the ideal place for an introduction to speleology (cave exploration and study). A renowned natural wonder, this cavern sculpted in granite is a unique Canadian phenomenon.
Spectacular and monumental, the cavern park offers an environment that boasts the most beautiful landscapes in Québec. Discover the turbulent Metabetchouan River, with its cascading waterfalls and diverse tree canopy. Explore the canyon and enjoy walking on the water supply line, a historical reminder of the location's industrial heritage. The path leads to the remains of a hydroelectric power plant from the 1920's.
Continue your visit along footbridges anchored to the rocky cliffs stretching eight meters above the water and for a length of 205 meters. These two unique installations in Québec blend perfectly into the scenery and offer spectacular scenic vistas.
Adrenaline seekers can explore the canyon across 350 m of zip lines at 50 m above the river. Extreme fun and magnificent aerial views are guaranteed!
Nature lovers can enjoy a leisurely stroll along the hiking trails. Enjoy the scenery, accented by the Sentier des trois Chutes trail that resembles a small hunting trail and the genuine Chinese gardens along the Sentier Coulée Verte with a brook and mossy ground covering. You'll be charmed, dazzled and fascinated by the course's original design.
Cave and Park
Youth (5 to 11): $12
Youth (5 to 11): $9
Zip lines* (from Saint-Jean-Baptiste to Labour Day)
Youth (5 to 11): $20
Park and zip lines package deal*
Youth (5 to 11): $24
Cave + Park + Zip lines package deal *
Youth (5 to 11): $27
Groups: 20 people and more by reservation only
Season pass: contact us for more information
The Parc de la caverne Trou de la Fée may be forced to close the site or certain sections, or cancel an activity or be forced to change the hours of attendance or operation due to changing weather conditions or any other reason beyond our control.
Recommendations: walking shoes (sneakers) mandatory, warm pullover optional (5 degrees Celsius in the cave).
Not recommended for children under 5 years (minimum age required for visiting the cave). Not recommended for individuals with reduced mobility or who experience pulmonary problems.
No form of electronic payment is accepted.
Because the Bell Canada lines do not reach the site despite the presence of the Hydro-Québec network, we do not offer electronic payment options. Only cash is accepted. Thank you for your comprehension and cooperation. A Desjardins bank with an automatic teller machine is located on the corner of Route 169 (rue Hébert or Principale) and the road leading to the site.