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The Val-David-Val-Morin Regional Park has plenty of fun to offer. It’s even one of the most popular attractions in the Laurentians.

The Park offers everything for everyone: from Sunday sport enthusiasts to (almost) Olympic athletes to the most easygoing people who just like to spend a nice relaxing time in nature.

If you’re looking for something to do at the Val-David-Val-Morin Regional Park in February, we’ve put together a selection of some very interesting activities.

Val-David-Val-Morin Regional Park lights up

To begin, we invite you to attend the Torchlight Snowshoe Evening, which will be held on February 15 from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Val-David-Val-Morin Regional Park.

During this activity, you will have the pleasure of snowshoeing the snow-covered trails of the Far Hill sector, which will be lit by magnificent torches for this special occasion. Two courses are offered: one for beginners (30 minutes) and one for intermediate level (60 minutes).

The culmination of the Snowshoe evening will take you to Lake Amigo, where you can marvel at a breathtaking fireworks show. Hot chocolate and a warm welcome will be served upon your arrival at the lake.

Places are limited, so book yours now with Eventbrite.

A new way to explore the Park’s trails

Next, on February 21 from 5 to 9 p.m., the Park invites you to come discover the beauties of the Dufresne sector under the glow of your headlamp (yes!!!).

The activity is free for members and still very affordable if you aren’t a member. We are talking about a price of $10 if you want to explore the area on cross-country skis and $5 if you are more of a snowshoe, runner, crampon walker or fatbike type.

As a special bonus, the shelters in the Park will be heated during the activity to warm up your body and soul. A beautiful evening lies ahead!

A doggone crazy activity

If you love dogs as much as we do, visit the Val-David-Val-Morin Regional Park on February 29th for the Canine Hiking and Cup of Tea activity.

Under the guidance of an expert in harnessed dog sports and accompanied by your dog (chihuahua and other miniature dog breeds are not allowed), you will learn different pulling motions and several basic instructions relating to the world of harnessed dog sports.

No need to bring your sled gear because the canine trekking equipment will be lent to you. It is very important to register beforehand with Animush.

Classics always on the agenda

Of course, the Val-David-Val-Morin Regional Park offers a host of other daily activities, including cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and fatbiking.

A short tour of the Park site will give you all the details. In general, the Park offers more than 53 km of cross-country ski trails, 30 km of marked trails for snowshoeing fans and almost 10 km of fatbike trails.

In short, a beautiful place to discover again and again.

Have fun at the Val-David-Val-Morin Regional Park and enjoy a stay at Village Suisse

If you plan to visit the Park as part of a 2 or more day stay up North, we invite you to book your cottage at Village Suisse. Our domain offers 10 extremely comfortable and fully equipped cottages.

Take note that we’re pet friendly. So, if you and your dog are inseparable, bring your furry friend along! We’ll even lend you a bed for him during your stay.

For more information about us, visit our website or send us an email. See you soon!