Strap on your skis and enjoy over 20 km (12 mi.) of ungroomed backcountry ski trails through a virtually undisturbed natural environment.
You can also snowshoe on over 35 km (22 mi.) of marked trails suitable for all levels and admire spectacular views of the St. Lawrence Estuary.
The park also offers over 10 km (6 mi.) of trails for cross-country skiing, over 15 km (9 mi.) for fatbiking and over 15 km (9 mi.) for winter hiking. You can also go kicksledding on the hiking trails.
Finally, you can enjoy sledding with your family near the Porc-Épic warming hut.
Equipment is available for rent at the Rivière-du-Sud-Ouest Visitors Centre.
In addition, yurts and winter camping are available for visitors looking for a unique experience. For more comfort, you can also stay in a cabin with large windows overlooking stunning scenery.
Winter Activities Available
How to get there
The park is accessible via Route 132 between the municipalities of Saint-Fabien, to the west, and Le Bic, to the east.
The Rivière-du-Sud-Ouest entrance is the park’s main entrance. The Cap-à-l’Orignal secondary entrance is closed between Thanksgiving and Victoria Day.
The park is also accessible by water via the Havre-du-Bic sector.
Affiliations and distinctions
- Parcs Québec network (Sépaq)
- Aventure Écotourisme Québec (AEQ)
- Tourisme Bas-Saint-Laurent
- Route Bleue du sud de l'estuaire (southern estuary waterway)
- Tourisme Rimouski
- Destination Bic/Saint-Fabien