Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Quebec

If your dog likes to ruff it, bring Fido hiking in Quebec. Our dog friendly hiking section includes everything from easy one-hour walks to fantastic overnight trips in Quebec that won’t be soon forgotten. Seriously, go take a hike!

Pet Friendly Au Diable Vert
Au Diable Vert Over 320 acres of mountainous land awaits you and your dogs with 14km of well-marked trails. Our alpine field provides a place to run and play or simply to enjoy the breathtaking view. Whether you want a quick jaunt though an easy flowing path or a more challenging route that winds its way through the mountain forest and over mountain brooks, there is a trail for you here. Also offered is access to the river, various outdoor activities and one of a kind lodging. Open year round, everyday. See Details
Pet Friendly Parc Doncaster
Parc Doncaster Nice Hiking trails. Dogs must be on leashe. See Details
Bois de Belle-Riviere Bois de Belle-Riviere features trails, space for horseback riding, swimming and fishing. See Details
Canyon Saint-Anne Astonishing! Enter a spectacular and vertiginous canyon grooved by the force of the imposing Sainte-Anne falls (74m high) in the 900 million-years-old rock of the Canadian Shield. Imagine a spectacular forest full of rainbows. An easy family ecotourism activity, secure footpaths for everyone allow the exploration of this sanctuary preserved in its original state. Leashed dogs are welcome. See Details
Mount Royal Park Mount Royal Park is dog-friendly. This popular trail lies in the center of Montreal, making it the perfect nature escape from city life. The trail stretches for miles around the area, giving you and your pooch plenty to explore. Dogs must be on leash at all times, and owners must pick up after their pet. The park is open all day, every day. See Details
Parc National de la Jacques-Cartier Parc National de la Jacques-Cartier is pet-friendly. This park is host to one of the most beautiful glacial valleys in Québec, the spectacular Vallée de la Jacques-Cartier. Leashed dogs are allowed on five summer trails: La Tourbière, L'Éperon, L'Aperçu, Les Coulées, and La Rivière-Sautauriski. You and your pooch can extend your stay at one the three campgrounds and enjoy a picnic together. Dogs are not permitted in downriver paddling activities. See Details
Mont-Orford National Park Mont-Orford National Park is pet-friendly. Hiking in this park allows access to numerous viewpoints, which are said to be among the most spectacular of the Eastern Townships region. Leashed dogs are allowed on seven summer trails, to stay in three campgrounds and two nautical access points. Mont-Orford National Park is open Sunday through Thursday from 9am to 7pm, Friday from 9am to 10pm, and Saturday from 9am to 8pm. See Details
Parc de la Chute-Montmorency Montmorency Falls, a stunning 272 feet waterfall, is pet-friendly. Located just 15 minutes away from Old Quebec, there are a number of ways to view the falls for every age and ability, including a paved walking trail with a viewing platform and a suspension bridge. Dogs are allowed in authorized areas and must be on a leash that is at least 3 meters long at all times. Dog-owners must pick up after pets. Dogs exhibiting aggressive behavior or who are otherwise disturbing other visitors may be asked to leave. Although access to the park is free, parking fees do vary. Montmorency Falls can be accessed Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm and Saturday to Sunday from 9am to 6pm. See Details
Mont-Saint-Bruno National Park Mont-Saint-Bruno National Park is pet-friendly. Located near Montreal, this park has five lakes, an orchard, a historic mill and dozens of miles of trails to explore with your pooch. Keep your eyes peeled for the hundreds of species of flowers, trees and plants that fill the area. Leashed dogs are welcome on three of the summer trails: Le Seigneurial, Le Petit-Duc, and Le Grand-Duc. Dogs can also eat a picnic at Les Étangs, Mémorial and Du Moulin. The park can be accessed every day of the week from 8:30am to 7:00pm. See Details
Îles-de-Boucherville National Park Îles-de-Boucherville National Park is pet-friendly. This park is located near Montreal, offering green spaces and waterside trails. Walkers, cyclists and kayakers can often be found in the park, along with outdoorsy dogs and their owners. The winter months make this park an optimum spot for skiing. Leashed dogs are welcome in designated areas, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. The best time to visit the park is from 8am to 7pm. See Details
Parc de la Promenade-Bellerive Parc de la Promenade-Bellerive is pet-friendly. This is the perfect place for you and your pup to escape city life. There is a path that you can walk along the river, as well as a number of small beaches. In the summer, it is host to social activities and outdoor shows. Dogs must be leashed while enjoying this Montreal spot. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind. See Details
Old Port of Montreal The Old Port of Montreal is pet-friendly. Wander with your pooch through the historic port of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Located in Old Montreal, it stretches for over 2 km along the Saint Lawrence River. It was used as early as 1611, when French fur traders used it as a trading post. Leashed pups are welcome to walk with you down memory lane. See Details
Cidrerie Michel Jodoin Cidrerie Michel Jodoin is pet-friendly. Leashed dogs are allowed on the hiking trails at the Cidrerie Michel Jodoin on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. There are 3.6 km of trail on the mountain, taking an average of 1.5 hours. Dogs are welcome spring, summer, and fall from 9am to 4pm and winter from 9am to 3pm. See Details
Yamaska National Park Yamaska National Park is pet-friendly. Whether you're on a bicycle or on foot, you can enjoy travelling several kilometers to take in the pure air of nature and discover a valley typical of the Appalachian Lowlands. Leashed dogs are welcome in designated areas. There is one summer trail, La Forestière, two campsites, Les Grives and Les Bruants campgrounds, two picnic areas, and two nautical access points that allow dogs. Yamaska National Park is open every day of the week from 8am to 9pm. See Details
Forillon National Park Forillon National Park is pet-friendly. This park offers a number of hiking trails that range from easy to difficult. All trails allow you to appreciate the natural beauty of this protected area, and several are part of the International Appalachian Trail. Dogs are allowed on the hiking trails but must be on a leash at all times. Trail users are reminded to clean up any mess that their dogs leave behind to preserve the cleanliness of the area. See Details
Le Parc des Moulins Le Parc des Moulins is pet-friendly. The space was once home to a zoo, but now all of the animals have been moved elsewhere. What is left behind is a beautiful area to go on a walk with your leashed pup. Explore the trails that weave around the former animal enclosures together and imagine the different species that one lived there. The park is open October through May from 8am to 4pm and May through September from 6am to 8pm. See Details
Gaspesie National Park Gaspesie National Park is pet-friendly. Known for its beautiful hiking trails, the park is also home to a variety of plants and flowers. Leashed dogs are allowed on two summer trails, La Lucarne and La Chute-Sainte-Anne. You can extend your stay in on of the two campgrounds, De la Rivière campground and De la Vallée RV area. Enjoy a nice meal at one of three picnic areas with your pooch, too. See Details
Forillon National Park Forillon National Park is pet-friendly. It offers a wide range of experiences by the sea, along cliffs and in the forest. The trails are perfect for strolling with your pooch and will take you to pebble beaches and to historical buildings that overlook the bay. See if you can catch a glimpse of seals playing in the surf nearby. Dogs are welcome on all of the trails and the campsites in the national park. See Details
Aiguebelle National Park Aiguebelle National Park is pet-friendly. This natural jewel of the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region is home to a variety of geological phenomenon and diverse wildlife. A 22-metre-high suspended walkway offers a thrilling crossing over a gigantic fault. From this vantage point you can admire scenery that has been deeply marked by the work of billions of years. Leashed dogs are welcome in designated areas. The park is open every day of the week from 9am to 7pm. See Details
Bois de Liesse You might forget you're in the city at this woodsy gem in Montreal. With its many trails, beautiful stream and some interactive activities, it's the perfect spot for hiking, cycling, tobogganing, skiing and snowshoeing. Leashed dogs are welcome. See Details
Réserve faunique des Chics-Chocs Réserve faunique des Chics-Chocs is pet-friendly. You and your pooch can enjoy amazing hiking trails together to Hog's Back and Mont Vallieres St Real. Dogs must be leashed at all times, although there are few hikers likely along the way. See Details
Parc Saint-René Parc Saint-René is pet-friendly. This public park welcomes leashed dogs to explore with their owners. You can even enjoy wandering without the constraints off the leash if your pooch has good recall. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind. The park is open every day of the week from 6am to 12am. See Details
Parc Le Rocher Parc Le Rocher is pet-friendly. This 125 hectare municipal park is located in Saint-Amable and welcomes leashed dogs to join their owners on the trails. The marshland that now exists here used to house a sandpit, but Fido would have to dig for a while to find any. When it's snowy out, slip on your snowshoes and tread the trails that wind through trees together. See Details