Dog-Friendly Hiking Trails Close to Montreal
Parc régional des Sept-Chutes – St-Zénon, Québec
Would you like to take a great hike, enjoy nature and not run into too many people? Parc régional des Sept-Chutes is definitely worth discovering.
This parc has one of the nicest views in the Matawinie region of Quebec.
If for some reason you arrive and no one is at the main entrance, simply put your entrance fee in an envelope and insert it into their money box.
Parc régional des Sept-Chutes is a great place to go and disconnect. Sitting by their waterfall, “Voile de la mariee” is extremely soothing. It is about 60 metres high (200 feet).
The trails, mountains and vegetation leave you feeling totally zen in nature.
The parks trails range from intermediate-easy to intermediate and vary between 2 to 6.7 km. The Mont Brassard trail is approximate 365 metres (1 200 feet) above the level of the road. During your hike you will come across some breathtaking red pines and black spruce trees. It’s a totally must see!
About 2 km away from the entrance, you will find beautiful Lac Remi. If you would like to enjoy it fully, you can rent kayaks and see it from one end to the other.