Best Hiking in Quebec

This list represents the most popular hiking in Quebec. Use this list to plan your next Quebec hiking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

  • #1 Outaouais (Ottawa Valley) Hiking Trails

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    Gatineau, QC

    Although discovered early on by explorers and trappers, the Outaouais region was not colonized until the beginning of the 19th century when Loyalists started arriving from the United States. ...
    •  57 miles
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    Although discovered early on by explorers and trappers, the Outaouais region was not colonized until the beginning of the ...

  • #2 Cantons-de-l'Est (Eastern Townships) Hiking Trails

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    Sherbrooke, QC

    Perhaps one of the most beautiful in Québec, the Cantonsde-l’Est (Eastern Townships) region is located in the southernmost part of the province, in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. ...
    •  133 miles
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    Perhaps one of the most beautiful in Québec, the Cantonsde-l’Est (Eastern Townships) region is located in the southernmost ...

  • #3 Les Laurentides (The Laurentians) Hiking Trails

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    Mont-Tremblant-Village, QC

    Undoubtedly the most popular vacation spot in Québec, the beautiful Laurentides (Laurentians) region attracts countless visitors year-round. People have been heading “up north” for many years ...
    •  298 miles
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    Undoubtedly the most popular vacation spot in Québec, the beautiful Laurentides (Laurentians) region attracts countless visitors ...

  • #4 Montreal Hiking Trails

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    Montreal, QC

    More than three and a half centuries of continuous urban growth separate the oldest buildings in Old Montréal from the glass skyscrapers downtown. The splendour of the countless churches, the ...
    •  43 miles
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    More than three and a half centuries of continuous urban growth separate the oldest buildings in Old Montréal from the glass ...

  • #5 Nature Parks of Montreal Hiking Trails

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    Montreal, QC

    There are nine Nature Parks (called parcs-nature in French; formerly called parcs régionals or regional parks) on the territory of the city of Montréal, all located on the north part of the island. ...
    •  46 miles
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    There are nine Nature Parks (called parcs-nature in French; formerly called parcs régionals or regional parks) on the territory ...

  • #6 Gaspesie Hiking Trails

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    Sainte-Anne-des-Monts, QC

    The shores of the vast Gaspé peninsula are washed by the waters of the Baie des Chaleurs, the St. Lawrence River and its gulf. This is a cherished vacation spot for many Quebecers. The enormous ...
    •  131 miles
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    The shores of the vast Gaspé peninsula are washed by the waters of the Baie des Chaleurs, the St. Lawrence River and its ...

  • #7 Montreal, Quebec

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    Montreal, QC

    Montréal, an island city on the St. Lawrence River, is exciting and dynamic, with a distinctively Continental flavor. French is the official language, although you’ll find English widely spoken, ...
    •  Up to a week's worth of fun.
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    Montréal, an island city on the St. Lawrence River, is exciting and dynamic, with a distinctively Continental flavor. French ...

  • #8 Quebec City Region Hiking Trails

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    Quebec City, QC

    Under the French Regime, Québec City was Canada’s major urban centre and the seat of colonial administration. To supply the city and its administration, farming began in the surrounding countryside ...
    •  119 miles
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    Under the French Regime, Québec City was Canada’s major urban centre and the seat of colonial administration. To supply the ...

  • #9 Monteregie Hiking Trails

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    Montreal, QC

    Scattered here and there across the territory, the hills of the Montérégie region, which rise no higher than about 400m, were long believed to be extinct volcanoes. In reality, however, they ...
    •  86 miles
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    Scattered here and there across the territory, the hills of the Montérégie region, which rise no higher than about 400m, ...

  • #10 Laval Hiking Trails

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    Laval, QC

    The second-largest city in Québec, Laval occupies a large island north of Montréal, Île Jésus, which has shores on Lac des Deux-Montagnes, Rivière des Prairies and Rivière des Mille-Îles. In ...
    •  16 miles
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    The second-largest city in Québec, Laval occupies a large island north of Montréal, Île Jésus, which has shores on Lac des ...

  • #11 Charlevoix Hiking Trails

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    Baie-Saint-Paul, QC

    Dotted with narrow valleys, towering rock walls and summits offering magnificent views, the region is also home to a wide variety of vegetation. As for the Saguenay fjord, it never ceases to ...
    •  153 miles
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    Dotted with narrow valleys, towering rock walls and summits offering magnificent views, the region is also home to a wide ...

  • #12 Mauricie - Centre-du-Quebec Hiking Trails

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    Trois-Rivieres, QC

    The Mauricie and Centre-du-Québec regions (formerly Coeur-du-Québec) are an amalgam of diverse regions located on either shore of the St. Lawrence. Located halfway between Québec City and Montréal, ...
    •  197 miles
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    The Mauricie and Centre-du-Québec regions (formerly Coeur-du-Québec) are an amalgam of diverse regions located on either ...

  • #13 Lanaudiere Hiking Trails

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    Joliette, QC

    The Lanaudière region spreads out immediately to the north of Montréal, from the St. Lawrence plain to the beginning of the Laurentian plateau. Except for the section that is a part of the m ...
    •  97 miles
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    The Lanaudière region spreads out immediately to the north of Montréal, from the St. Lawrence plain to the beginning of the ...

  • #14 Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean Hiking Trails

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    Chicoutimi, QC

    The southernmost fjord in the world, the Rivière Saguenay originates in Lac Saint-Jean, a veritable inland sea with a diameter of over 35km. These two impressive bodies of water form the backbone ...
    •  101 miles
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    The southernmost fjord in the world, the Rivière Saguenay originates in Lac Saint-Jean, a veritable inland sea with a diameter ...

  • #15 Montreal - Insiders' Guide

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    Montreal, QC

    There is a tendency to describe Montréal (Mohn-ray-ahl) as the Paris of North America, but except for its French heritage, Montréal is no more like Paris than Boston is like London. Montréal ...
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    There is a tendency to describe Montréal (Mohn-ray-ahl) as the Paris of North America, but except for its French heritage, ...

  • #16 Manicouagan Hiking Trails

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    Sept-Iles, QC

    The Manicouagan region stretches for 300km along the north shore of the St. Lawrence River and northward into the Laurentian plateau to include the Groulx mountains and the Manicouagan reservoir. ...
    •  8 miles
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    The Manicouagan region stretches for 300km along the north shore of the St. Lawrence River and northward into the Laurentian ...

  • #17 Bas-Saint-Laurent Hiking Trails

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    Rimouski, QC

    The picturesque region of Bas-Saint-Laurent extends east along the St. Lawrence River from the little town of La Pocatière to the village of Sainte-Luce, and south to the United States and New ...
    •  94 miles
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    The picturesque region of Bas-Saint-Laurent extends east along the St. Lawrence River from the little town of La Pocatière ...

  • #18 Chaudiere-Appalaches Hiking Trails

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    Sainte-Marie, QC

    The Chaudière-Appalaches region is made up of several small areas with very distinct geographical features. Located opposite Québec City, on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River, it stretches ...
    •  76 miles
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    The Chaudière-Appalaches region is made up of several small areas with very distinct geographical features. Located opposite ...

  • #19 Abitibi - Temiscamingue Hiking Trails

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    Rouyn-Noranda, QC

    The region is crossed by an invisible line which divides the drainage of the land; to one side, rainfall drains into James Bay and to the other side, into the St. Lawrence River. The terrain ...
    •  53 miles
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    The region is crossed by an invisible line which divides the drainage of the land; to one side, rainfall drains into James ...

  • #20 Iles de la Madeleine Hiking Trails

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    Cap-aux-Meules, QC

    The Îles de la Madeleine form one of the most breathtaking regions in Québec! A distinctly Québécois atmosphere pervades, yet you may also feel like you are in Acadia, Normandy or even the Caribbean; ...
    •  25 miles
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    The Îles de la Madeleine form one of the most breathtaking regions in Québec! A distinctly Québécois atmosphere pervades, ...