During summer, it’s time to get outside and enjoy nature! So why not try the best hikes near Quebec city?
Here’s a list of hikes you must do in Quebec this summer. Bring your hiking shoes, a cap to protect yourself from the sun, and don't forget to pack healthy snacks and a Maple 3 water in your bag. That's it, you’re ready to go!
Jacques-Cartier National Park
The Wolves Trail
This hike, only 45min from Quebec city, has an amazing panoramic view where you can see the beautiful Jacques-Cartier river.
Trail length: 5km or 11km
Elevation: 447 m
Difficulty: Moderate and easy
Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie National Park
Acropole des Draveurs
This hike is a hard one, but when you get on top, the view is absolutely breathtaking!
Trail length: around 10km
Elevation: 991 m
Le sentier des Pionniers
A short hike that leads to a beautiful view on the St. Lawrence River and the Orleans Island.
Trail length: 5.5 km
Fjord-du-Saguenay National Park
De la Statue Hike
One of the most popular hikes in this park. Throughout this trail you will have multiple beautiful viewpoints!
Trail length: 7.6 km
Elevation: 472 m
Difficulty: Intermediate to difficult
A beautiful trail, where you can gaze at the scenery and walk along the river. The trail leads to the Chute Delaney and other nice viewpoints.
Trail length: 12.9 km
Elevation: 386 m
Grand-jardins National Park
On top, you get a spectacular 350° view of the Lac-des-Cygnes and the mountains around!
Trail length: 9.2 km
Elevation: 439 m
Sentier Des Caps
This trail offers different hikes from 5km to 30km that are easy to hard. It is a beautiful trail along the St. Lawrence River with different viewpoints and waterfalls.
Trail length: 5.7 km
Elevation: 140 m
Don’t forget to drink water during your hike! Did you know that our maple water is the best way to stay hydrated during physical activity? Full of electrolytes and minerals, it will keep you energized during your hike.