Maison Dorion-Coulombe


Activities
  • Cross-Country Skiing

    This easy 8.6-km (5.3-mi.) cross-country ski trail winds through the districts of Limoilou, Saint-Sauveur, Saint-Roch and Vanier. It stretches from…

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  • Interpretation Centres

    Maison Dorion-Coulombe is the entry point to the park along the Saint-Charles River. Here you can obtain information about this historical dwelling…

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Schedule:
All Days: 9:30am - 4:30pm

Closed Period:
Maison Dorion-Coulombe: closed December 25 and 26, and January 1 and 2. Winter sport centre at Pointe-aux-Lièvres: closed for the summer.

Parking:
Free Outdoor on Site

332, rue Domagaya
Québec, QC,
G1L 5B1
Maison Dorion-Coulombe
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  • Cross-Country Skiing

    This easy 8.6-km (5.3-mi.) cross-country ski trail winds through the districts of Limoilou, Saint-Sauveur, Saint-Roch and Vanier. It stretches from the Samson Bridge (boulevard des Capucins) all the way to the Aqueduc footbridge (near the Scott Bridge) on both sides of the Saint-Charles River. The trail is single track and is groomed every morning by the team at the Société de la Rivière Saint-Charles.

    Number of Trails - Easy: 1
    Length: 5,4 miles

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    Backcountry Sector
    Cross-Country Ski Rentals
    Ski-Skating
  • Interpretation Centres

    Maison Dorion-Coulombe is the entry point to the park along the Saint-Charles River. Here you can obtain information about this historical dwelling and natural riverside ecosystems. Every day, people visit this pretty ancestral home, the site of many activities and exhibitions. The building is located on the bank of a river flowing right past the downtown core. You may enjoy a hot beverage while visiting the exhibitions.