Kegaska
La Romaine
Chevery
Harrington Harbour
Tête-à-la-Baleine
Mutton Bay
La Tabatière
Pakua Shipi
Saint Augustine
Old Fort Bay
St. Paul's River
Middle Bay
Brador
Lourdes de Blanc Sablon
Blanc Sablon
Protecting Wildlife
Vegetation
Fish
Seabirds
Land Mammals
Marine Mammals
By Car and Ferry
By Plane
By Snowmobile
Kayaking
Hiking
Wilderness Camping
Cruises and boat tours
Wildberries Picking
Hunting and fishing
Whale Watching
Iceberg Viewing
Bird Watching
All-Terrain Vehicles
Snowmobiling
Snowshoeing and Skiing
Ice Fishing
Winter Festivals
Portrait of the Region
Our villages
History
Culture and heritage
Practical information
FAQ
Testimonials
Museums
Gift shops
Events
Accommodations
Outfitters
Restaurants
Suggested routes
Packages
  Home   Français
Contact Us
News
About Us
Guestbook
Video
Did you know
The Lower North Shore is also called The Snowmobiling Paradise. You’ve got to experience it to believe it.
Plan your trip > The Great Outdoors > Hiking Print this page
Hiking

One of the greatest ways to take in the spectacular scenery of this coastline is to hike some of the trails or unmarked footpaths that extend within or between various communities.  In different parts of the region, you can find out about the natural heritage through interpretation panels, view incredible waterfalls, witness graceful whales feeding in the ocean, or just take a relaxing stroll along a sandy beach.  Whether looking for a challenging hike, or simply wanting to take a leisurely walk – you can explore areas of the Lower North Shore on your own terms and at your own pace.  Here, you are the guide, and the tour is yours to both create and enjoy!

Hiking
Hiking

For detailed information about specific trails, please consult the activities available in each community.

 

Send to a friend - Partners and Useful Links - Credits - Site map
Copyright © 2017 Tourism Lower North Shore. All rights reserved.