Hiking in North Hatley

If you are looking for hiking adventures during your next trip to North Hatley, then we invite you to discover the following three must-see parcs.

1. Mont Orford

Located only 31km from North Hatley, Mont Orford is highly regarded for its skiing during the winter season as well as its proximity to beautiful villages such as Magog, Eastman, the city of Sherbrooke, and the the Abbey of Saint-Benoit. In the summer, Mont Orford becomes a heaven for outdoor enthusiasts offering such activities as camping, hiking, biking and water activities such as kayaking, canoeing and stand-up paddling. Numerous hiking trails with spectacular views are available for you to discover.

Pricing

Adults (18 years +): $ 8.50+tx

Kids: free

Cars: $7.83+tx

Please note that domestic animals are not allowed in the park.

Here are useful links:

See the map with driving directions

See the plan with hiking paths

See the details of each hicking path including distance and level of difficulty

See the visitor’s guide

2. Park de la Gorge de Coaticook

Located about 26km from North Hatley, the Park de la Gorge de Coaticook will enable you to discover Suspended footbridge, observation tower, barrage, hydroelectric central, cave, covered bridge, circular barn, floral garden, waterfalls, observation tower, etc. There are three main hiking trails: trail La Gorge, trail La Montagne and trail Tillotson.

Pricing

Adultes (16 years +): $7.50+tx

Kids (6 to 15 years): $4.50+tx

Additional child: $2.24+tx

Please note that domestic animals are accepted in this park

See the map with driving directions

See La Gorge hiking trail

See La Montagne hiking trail

See R4 Tillotson hiking trail

3. Mont Hatley

Mont Hatley is located less than 4km from our Bed and Breakfast in North Hatley. Mont Hatley is a new touristic attraction in our region. Few years ago, this mountain was know under a different name of Park Montjoye. Under new administration since 2012, the park Mont Hatley is undergoing important growth with a real estate development project, winter activities that include tube sliding and snowshoeing as well as its own obstacle course organized by Base Bootcamp in the summer. In addition, during the summer months you can hike all the way to the summit using various hiking trails.

Currently the hiking trails are accessible for free

See the map with driving directions

See the hiking trail map

We hope that you will have the opportunity to discover the beautiful nature around North Hatley and the Eastern Townships during the upcoming fall season. Feel free to let us know if you have any questions about hiking trails in and around North Hatley. We wish you a wonderful hiking experience.

Your hosts,
Iryna and Mykola