La Rivière

Parc national de la Yamaska

On your hike, you’ll go through a maple grove, a thick pine forest, and suddenly come upon the North Yamaska River as it exits the Choinière reservoir. The park is named after this river. A self-guided discovery route in a natural setting, Défi-Nature, is offered throughout the trail. Stop at the Discovery and Visitor’s Centre for your kit.


Discovery and visitors centre

1780, boulevard David-Bouchard Roxton Pond (Québec) J0E 1Z0

Technical specifications

Length : 2.5 km

Time : 1h


Difficulty : Easy

  • Spring, summer, fall
  • Winter Walk

  • Snowshoeing
  • Accessible in sport stroller
  • Accessible by wheelchair
  • In the mountain (with top)
  • In the forest, little rough
  • Urban
  • Interpretation of nature
  • Dogs permitted
Number of camping platforms on this trail
  • 0
Number of campsites on this trail
  • 0
Number of shelters on this trail
  • 0
Rates for Parc national de la Yamaska
  • Adult: $8.60. Child (6-17 yrs. old): Free. Parking fees from mid-June to Labour Day.
Payment options
  • Cash, Debit card, Mastercard, Visa
Payment options for Parc national de la Yamaska
  • self-perception (outside the Discovery and visitors centre opening hours)

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