This 50-m deep gorge can be observed from atop of the longest suspended footbridge in North America (169 m). It is surrounded by over 20 km of trails. Along one of the trails, admire a replica of a large circular barn typical of the Eastern Townships and a covered bridge. Admire a panoramic view of the Appalachian Mountains from the two observation towers. Various activities are offered year-round such as Foresta Lumina, a night-illuminated path.
Activities and services
- Free access to Wi-Fi
- Tourist signs
Access for people with restricted physical ability
- Tourist and leisure companion
- Schedule May to November and December to March.
- Detailed schedule May to June 22: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.; June 23 - Labour Day: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Labour Day - Nov.: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Entrance with fee
- Detailed rates Variable according to activities.
- Group rates available
Awards and mentions
- Awards and/or Mentions Eastern Townships’ 1st “touristic wonder” for 2015. 2014 winner of Prix Coup d'Éclat by SATQ.
Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing
Snowshoeing at Parc de la Gorge provides a real sense of freedom. The 21 km trails connect into 5 loops giving families the opportunity to practice or learn this sport. Visitors will discover the beauty of nature and the diversity of wildlife in the winter. A new 3.5 km trail will allow visitors to conquer the Coaticook Gorge! Snowshoe and crampon rental for adults and children.
Crossing the Coaticook gorge at a height of 50 metres, the suspended bridge is the major attraction at Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook. Along the three loops that vary between 3 and 10 km, you’ll come across two observation towers, a cave, a dam, a working hydro-electric plant, waterfalls, a round barn, a flower garden, not to mention the majestic Coaticook River gorge. Take advantage of its amazing landscapes to enjoy a picnic with your family, take a romantic stroll, or share unforgettable moments with friends. Ask about our trail activities!
The Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook offers educational horseback riding excursions of 1 hr. 30 minutes or two hours in the heart of the park. Take a ride around the mountain, through the woods and across the fields. Enjoy a horseback ride in the mountain and see our white-tailed deer or at sunset and appreciate the beautiful scenery of the region. Come and enjoy an extraordinary horseback riding experience.
Mountain bike enthusiasts, come enjoy the Parc de la Gorge with its 20.5 km of trails for all levels of difficulty. From beginner, intermediate and expert levels, climbs and descents offer several challenges. Recognized by mountain bikers, discover three loops of pure pleasure with panoramic views that will take your breath away. Bike rental available.
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Maps and nearest interest points
- 10 bird-watching sites across the Coaticook region 4.8 km (3.01 mi)
- Camping Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook 0 km (0 mi)
- Motel L'Exquise 3.2 km (2.02 mi)
- Motel La Source 5.4 km (3.38 mi)
- Le Gîte Chez Marie-Marthe 7.2 km (4.48 mi)
- La clé des champs 8.9 km (5.53 mi)
- Le Bocage "Auberge et Restaurant" 10.8 km (6.73 mi)
- Camping de Compton 11.3 km (7.00 mi)
- Gîte du Ranch St-Hubert 11.3 km (7.05 mi)
- Vallée de la Coaticook Christmas Markets – Craft Show 1.4 km (0.84 mi)
- Vallée de la Coaticook Christmas Markets 1.5 km (0.92 mi)
- Vallée de la Coaticook Christmas Markets – Waterville Choirs 1.5 km (0.96 mi)
- Coaticook Valley Fair 2.1 km (1.30 mi)
- Festin des Grâces 10.2 km (6.36 mi)
- Foire d'antan 11.0 km (6.80 mi)
- Comptonales 11.0 km (6.83 mi)
- Exposition de voitures anciennes de Compton 11.0 km (6.84 mi)
- Hatley Canada Day Celebration 11.7 km (7.24 mi)
- Verger Le Gros Pierre Christmas Markets 13.0 km (8.07 mi)
- Foire aux Citrouilles 13.1 km (8.12 mi)
- Fishing Festival 14.0 km (8.72 mi)