Enjoy the summer and stars! Mount Megantic National Park is the ideal place for appreciating all of the outdoors. Astronomy, geology, biology and ecology come together in a unique natural setting. The Mont-Mégantic National Park is an unforgettable starry sky in the heart of the first International Dark Sky Reserve. A protected environment, nestled in the Appalachian Mountains, is a must for short and long hike enthusiasts. 60 km of trails of different levels of difficulty crisscross this imposing massif. This trail network provides access to three peaks of over 1000 meters: Mount Mégantic, Mount Saint Joseph and Mount Victoria. Discover the new Franceville sector and its trail along the ridge tops and waterfalls. Accommodation packages are available year round (B&Bs, inns, cottages, teepees, yurts and camping).
Activities and services
- Nature interpretation
- Cross-country skiing
- Campground (sites) 60
- Cottage (units) 7
- Ready-to-camp, Huttopia
- Ready-to-camp, Huttopia (number of sites) 10
- Cabins (number of sites) 6
Access for people with restricted physical ability
- Partially accessible
- Tourist and leisure companion
- Entrance with fee
Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing
Enjoy the snow and stars! 75 km of high-altitude trails in the snowiest spot in southern Quebec. 27 km of cross-country ski trails in enchanting surroundings. 10 km of nordic trails round Mount Megantic at close to 900 metres in altitude, 33 km of snowshoe trails access the peaks of Mounts Notre-Dame, Saint-Joseph and Megantic. A shuttle service brings visitors to the top of Mount Megantic on weekends in February and March. Ski and snowshoe rental available. Rustic camps and shelters, cottages and camping platforms. Interpretation activities focusing on nature and the starry skies at the ASTROLab. Torch-lit evenings on Saturdays, by reservation.
A protected site in the heart of the first International Dark Sky Reserve! Nestled in a crook of the Appalachians, a stone's throw from the New Hampshire border, Mount Megantic National Park is unbeatable for fans of short and long hiking expeditions. It offers 60 km of trails with differing levels around this imposing yet alluring massif. The trails reach three summits, all more than 1000 metres high: Mounts Megantic, Saint-Joseph and Victoria. Discover superb views as well as diverse flora and fauna at different altitudes and different sides of the slopes. Lodging packages available year round (bed and breakfasts, inns, chalets, teepees, yurtes and camping).
Maps and nearest interest points
- Parcours de Marche au Coeur de Mégantic - Long hike 7.8 km (4.83 mi)
- Centre d'interprétation de la mine d'or 12.4 km (7.72 mi)