Canoe-camping, whitewater rafting, sea kayaking—discover Lanaudière in two or three paddle strokes. or four… or five…
Take off in a Canoe
No need to be an expert to venture out along Rivière l’Assomption in a kayak. Au Canot Volant (the flying canoe) is the place to go for canoe enthusiasts of all stripes, whether you’re setting out for two hours or two days. A quick run through the basics and off you go down the river! you can then tackle part of the national hiking trail with a guide and spend an unforgettable night out under the stars. And did we even mention all the waterfalls you’ll see?
Kayaking, day or night
With a base camp at Saint-Michel-des-Saints in Parc régional du Lac Taureau, Nerrivik Aventures doesn’t do things halfway. in the peak season, visitors can have all kinds of kayak-based fun out on the water of this 40 km by 20 km lake—day or night! Half a day leaves time to stop off for a dip or two at the tempting beaches along the way. And when night falls, take in the fading sun, the bright light of the moon, and the stars all around… in the spring and fall, nerrivik Aventures offers guided tours around the berthier islands in the lac saint-pierre Archipelago—a birdwatcher’s paradise!
Canoe-camping on wilderness rivers
Leave your canoe and camping gear at home! exploration Nature Québec has everything you could ever need for a few days of adventure on some of Québec’s most stunning wilderness rivers. Canoe in safety along a string of lakes and rivers, including not-to-be-missed Rivière du Poste, which flows into the Lac Taureau reservoir. After taking time out for a swim and a photo or two of a moose or beaver in action along the way, it’s time to set up camp and head off in search of kindling to get a fire going for the suppers and breakfasts to come. what better way to explore the backcountry!