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Guided boreal forest outing (Winter)

With our naturalist and guide, go on the trail ... In the heart of the balsam fir-white birch Montmorency Forest; discover the naturalfeatures research and teaching forest.

This two to three-hour activity takes place in January, February, March and April (reservation required) and includes a guided snowshoe hike in which you actively participate in tracking and identifying signs of wildlife in the Montmorency Forest territory.

The animal signs most commonly encountered are snowshoe hare, red squirrel, moose, lynx, marten, porcupine, red fox, beaver, Canada or spruce grouse and ruffed grouse. Signs occasionally encountered include timber wolf, fisher and river otter.

Minimum 6 people (maximum 12)

Fees

18,17$ + tx incl/pers
The price includes the loan of a pair of binoculars.
Reservations required: (418) 656-2034

A minimum of 6 persons is needed for the activity to take place.
12 persons maximum

Wear clothing made of dark, silent fabrics, appropriate for the season and for physical activity; bring a light snack and water for hiking, a field notebook and a lead pencil, your favourite animal track and bird identification guides (optional). Don’t forget your camera!

The event takes place rain or shine. Only the guide could void the activity in special situations or extreme weather. In this case, the activity is transferable or refundable.

Departures in the morning or in the afternoon. Reservation required)