Experience winter in the park — snowshoe and ski on the spectacular Acadian Coast.
Rediscover Kouchibouguac during winter. Immerse in snowy environs on 15 kilometres of marked cross-country ski routes—set out from Pijeboogwek Waxing Hut and choose between classic or skate ski trails. Seven warming huts dot this network; firewood is on-hand, bring your own hot cocoa. Three marked paths—and dozens of unmarked routes—draw in snowshoers throughout the winter as well.
Keep lookout for blue jays and northern saw-whet owls; bird watching is easy in the leafless deciduous trees. And with cosy gear, cold-weather camping can be as fun as a summertime outing—snowshoe into Petit-Large Campground and setup at a peaceful tent-site. Or simply cherish a sedate coastal winter walk and the youthful joy of a toboggan ride. You’ll find the equipment you need to make the season memorable at the park’s rental facility.
Winter is beautiful and accessible in Kouchibouguac—experience it for yourself.
Three trails are groomed to accommodate fat bikes.
4 trails are specifically marked for snowshoeing: The new Pijeboogwek-Patterson link, Pines trail, Kouchibouguac River Trail and the Osprey trail.
|Cross country skiing
15 km of trails are groomed to accommodate both the classical and the skating techniques.
Those who are more adventurous may want to try camping at the Petit-Large primitive campsite.
Three shelters located in the South Kouchibouguac Campground can accommodate overnight visitors.
Many bird species call Kouchibouguac home during the cold winter months.
The park maintains 2 trails specifically for winter walking.
|Sliding and tobogganing
Winter fun for the whole family on the Patterson hill!
An outdoor activity that is similar to a treasure hunt. Find hidden containers known as caches or geocaches using a portable satellite-navigation device (GPS) or even a smart phone.