Trails

Information

Legend:

The trail complements the exhibits and can be taken at your leisure.

In summer, four kilometres of trails crossing eight ecosystems are available for you to explore. Visit fields, a hemlock forest, a maple forest, marshlands, and moss trails. Curious visitors and nature lovers will be enchanted by the tranquility of Mont-Bénilde forest.

In winter, 3.5 km of trails are accessible with boots, or a sled for families.

Rule of thumb: follow the blue or red arrows. For families, a sled or all-terrain stroller are allowed and even recommended. You can also participate in an observation rally with wooden silhouettes and bingo cards available at reception.

Important to know

  • Dogs must be kept on a leash, and we ask that you do not allow them to approach our animals.
  • People with reduced mobility or who use a wheelchair may have difficulty accessing the trails.
  • As the forest is no longer young, branches may have fallen and blocked access to certain parts of the trail. Let us know if you encounter any problems when you visit our site.

Hours and rates

Temporary exhibit + trails

Accès à l’exposition temporaire libre et aux sentiers pédestres uniquement.

Adults

8$
+ Taxes
  •  

Children

5$
+ Taxes
  • 5-17

Tiny tots

Gratuit
  • 0-4

Family

24$
+ Taxes
  •  

Trails (day pass)

Accès aux sentiers pédestres uniquement.

Adults

5$
+ Taxes
  •  

Children

2$
+ Taxes
  • 5-17

Tiny tots

Gratuit
  • 0-4

Family

12$
+ Taxes
  •  

Annual member pass – trails

Accès illimité aux sentiers pédestres. Les cartes seront valides pour un an à partir de la date d’achat de celles-ci.

Adults

25$
+ Taxes
  •  

Children

10$
+ Taxes
  • 5-17

Tiny tots

Gratuit
  • 0-4

Family

55$
+ Taxes
  •  

Other exhibits and activities

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Drôles de voisins !

Temporary Exhibit

L’autocueillette de pommes est présentement indisponible, vu la faible production du verger cette année.

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Dates d’ouverture du kiosque de pommes: 

  • 24 septembre – 10h à 16h
  • 1 et 2 octobre – 10h à 16h