These trails wind through a young – 1.1 billion years – and rare geological formation in the region that extends into Lake Opasatica. The three trails are parallel, with one running along a ridge. The trails lead to fifteen or so lookout points and cliff views and cut across an exceptional forest ecosystem of very big pines, cedars, and yellow birches. Hikers must expect to negotiate a few steep areas on uneven terrain and rock outcrops.
Highway 101 South, then Chemin de la Baie Verte (28 km from Rouyn-Noranda) The first parking area 1.6 km further, and the second is at the end of rue des Amis, at a distance of 2.7 km (keep left).
|Lenght of the hiking trail network:||14 km|
|Lenght of the snowshoeing trail network:||14 km|
|Number of hiking trails:||3|
|Number of snowshoeing trails :||3|
|Opening hours:||Open year-round|
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