Vallée Bras-du-Nord

107, Grande-Ligne
Saint-Raymond
QC, G3L 2Y4

Located about 50 km (31 miles) from Québec City, the Bras-du-Nord Valley has one of the most extensive networks of hiking figure in the province that lead through breathtaking scenery.

Looking for adventure in the great outdoors? Then this wildlife preserve is exactly what you need! Take a hike along one of the many groomed trails of different lengths and levels of ability. Go mountain biking or fatbiking in the woods or paddling down the river in a canoe. In the winter, put on your cross-country skis or snowshoes and explore the area! Multiple outdoor activities may be practised onsite. Two- and three-day excursion packages offered through a network of 80 km (49.7 miles) of hiking trails and more than 100 km (62 miles) of singletrack mountain biking trails. Accommodations available for every taste: log cabin, yurt, campground, cottage or hotel. If you need camping equipment, you can rent it onsite!

Activities
  • Snowshoeing

    During the winter season, the hiking trails in the Vallée Bras-du-Nord become snowshoe trails. Easy to advanced level hikes will appeal to all types…

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  • Hiking

    With more than 80 km of developed and marked trails, Vallée Bras-du-Nord represents one of the largest networks of walking trails in Quebec…

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  • Mountain Biking

    The Vallée Bras-du-Nord has 2 complementary mountain biking sectors totalling approximately 100 km of trails from easy to advanced level. Our vision:…

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  • Fat Biking

    Fatbiking is an increasingly popular winter activity in the Vallée Bras-du-Nord. Our twenty or so maintained kilometres of trails and the magnificent…

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  • Canoeing and Kayaking

    The canoe/kayak activity takes place on the Bras-du-Nord River. A family course of approximately 17.5 km in calm water lasting approximately 3 to 6…

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  • Parks, Reserves and Resorts

    Visitors may choose from a wide range of outdoor activities: hiking (80 km / 48 miles of marked trails with cabins and yurts in the mountain),…

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Parking:
Free Outdoor on Site

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107, Grande-Ligne
Saint-Raymond, QC,
G3L 2Y4
Vallée Bras-du-Nord
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  • Snowshoeing

    During the winter season, the hiking trails in the Vallée Bras-du-Nord become snowshoe trails. Easy to advanced level hikes will appeal to all types of snowshoers. Our winter landscape will blow you away.

    Difficulty Level: Easy, Intermediate, Difficult
    Length: 49.7 miles

    Available Unavailable
    Backcountry Sector
    Snowshoe Rental
  • Hiking

    With more than 80 km of developed and marked trails, Vallée Bras-du-Nord represents one of the largest networks of walking trails in Quebec. Combining short and long hikes, the easy to difficult level courses are punctuated by breathtaking views and full of tranquility. The diversity of our accommodation offer allows you to find something for it, whether for a small family, friends or even for a work team.

    Admission Fee: Yes
    Length: 49.7 miles
    Hiking Season: Year-round
    Trail Rating: Easy, Intermediate, Difficult

    Available Unavailable
    Pet-Friendly
    Toilets
    Winter Hiking
  • Mountain Biking

    The Vallée Bras-du-Nord has 2 complementary mountain biking sectors totalling approximately 100 km of trails from easy to advanced level. Our vision: to become the leader in mountain biking in eastern North America. Come see us, you will not be disappointed and will have to come back to see us and even take advantage of our different types of accommodation.

    Access fee: Yes
    Length: 62 miles
    Trails Rating: Easy, Intermediate, Difficult

    Available Unavailable
    BMX
    Bicycle shop and repair
    Cross-Country
    Dirt Jump, Bike Park
    Downhill Trails
    Freeride
  • Fat Biking

    Fatbiking is an increasingly popular winter activity in the Vallée Bras-du-Nord. Our twenty or so maintained kilometres of trails and the magnificent panoramas in winter will make you want to stay one more day and thus take advantage of our different types of accommodation.

    Access fee: Yes
    Length: 15,5 miles
    Trails Rating: Easy, Intermediate, Difficult

    Available Unavailable
    BMX
    Bicycle shop and repair
    Cross-Country
    Dirt Jump, Bike Park
    Downhill Trails
    Freeride
  • Canoeing and Kayaking

    The canoe/kayak activity takes place on the Bras-du-Nord River. A family course of approximately 17.5 km in calm water lasting approximately 3 to 6 hours. It is possible to practice this activity between May and October with your own boat or by renting a canoe or kayak directly with us. A stop with your boat at Chute Delaney will charm you!

  • Parks, Reserves and Resorts

    Visitors may choose from a wide range of outdoor activities: hiking (80 km / 48 miles of marked trails with cabins and yurts in the mountain), snowshoeing, mountain biking (100 km / 62 miles of marked trails), via ferrata and canyoning, as well as canoeing or kayaking for the entire family. Rental cottages and a primitive campground (with a sandy beach) accessible by car. A diamond in the rough, so to speak!