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Earth or sea? Whichever you prefer, outdoor enthusiasts are spoiled with a multitude of hiking trails and parks crisscrossing around Baie-Comeau. Summer or winter, we have different trails for hiking a few minutes or a few hours. 




A network of around fifteen trails totaling 11 kilometers of hiking, the Boisé-de-la-Pointe-St-Gilles routes are dotted with plants, century-old trees, wooden sculptures, interpretation panels and even fables of La Fontaine!


Several stops allow you to discover nature at its most beautiful. Taking advantage of the serenity of the place, you will be able to hear several species of birds courting and sometimes even seals doing the same. 

Access via Avenue Laval and the Henry Leonard center parking lot

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Amédée River Trails 

The Rivière-Amédée Trail Club mainly specializes in cross-country ski hiking and equipment rental. There is a wood-heated chalet where fans warm up during the cold season.

Access to cross-country ski trails: Baie-Comeau golf club parking lot

Multi-use and multi-season, the 12 Amédée River trails total 38.5 kilometers. You can obviously practice cross-country skiing, but also walking, cycling, fat biking or snowshoeing... the hardest part is choosing which of the trails to explore first!

Access to hiking trails: Junction of rue Amédée and rue Bossé

We checkschedule, pricing and trail map beforeleave.

The Amédée River Trails
1700 rue de Bretagne  
418 295-1818



Parc des Pionniers (Marquette area)

This multifunctional park bordering the St. Lawrence River offers a paved cycling path, a playground for kids, an outdoor gym, a petanque court, and a picnic area. To fully appreciate the amazing view of the bay, walk to the port area and return through the wooded section of Parc des Pionniers. 

Access via Cabot or Donald-Smith Avenues

Manicouagan Park (Mingan area)

The Manicouagan Park trail stretches over 3 kilometres and borders the Manicouagan River. Under a radiant sun, indulge yourself with a picnic in good company while watching waterfowls having fun on the river. 


Access via Hélène or René-Bélanger Boulevards

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