A main attraction, this pathway is a definite classic for hikers. The steep cliff features stairs made of rocks, a true work of art created by mountain climbers that takes you from breath taking spots to another until the top. Once on the mountain top, the trail seems a bit more tame and leads to Falaises shelter, where you can watch Delaney Fall from the other side. On Cap Bédard, plains and small valleys reach the St-Lawrence River and the South Shore.
|Distance||17 km (Departure and return to Accueil Shannahan)|
|Approximate time||from 6h to 8h and more|
|**||In winter, several factors can influence your progression. Sometimes it can be difficult to accurately predict the rate of progression. On average, the increase will be about 2 or 3 km/h. However, after a heavy snowfall, your progress could be as low as 0.5 km/h!|
Some trail sections can be interesting alternatives to the initial trip!
Le sentier du Petit Bûcher:
Le sentier du Grand Bûcher:
Path approved by the Fédération québécoise de la marche and affiliated with Sentier national au Québec.
All our trails have been developed by young people in social and professional integration situation. For more details, check out our Youth Projects section.