Updated: Thursday February 24, 2022
Spend Friday evenings snowshoeing with an experienced Friends of Gatineau Park nature interpreter. Hiking in the moonlight, you will discover how animals survive winter!
This interpretative hike covers approximately 3 km. As this is considered a light aerobic activity and the weather is usually colder in the evenings, please dress accordingly.
Fun, discoveries, and heart-warming encounters are waiting for you. Come add your smile and your energy!
This activity is for everyone (minimum age: 8 years old). No snowshoeing experience necessary. Please note that while the hike is considered easy, there are a few slopes and hills. Registration mandatory.
To learn more about public health requirements, visit the Friends of Gatineau Park web site.
February 25, March 4 and 11, from 7pm to 8:30pm.
Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of the activity for processing.
In front of the Sugarbush cabin, next to the Gatineau Park Visitors Center parking lot.
|Student (13 and over)|
|Senior (65 and over)|
$34.85 (available by telephone)
$43.05 (available by telephone)
|Child (Age 10 to 12)|
The funds raised will help support Friends of Gatineau Park activities.
Need snowshoes? Add $5 per pair.
Places are limited and registration is required. You can register:
- on Eventbrite
- or by calling 819-827-2020 or 1-866-456-3016 (toll-free)
Please have your credit card ready.
For more information about the activity or about the Friends of Gatineau Park in general:
- please call 819-827-3113 or visit www.friendsofgatineaupark.com.
Refund requests must be received at least 48 hours before the activity.*
*Should the Friends of Gatineau Park cancel the activity, the totality of the rates will be refunded regardless of the time of the cancellation.