Le Pic-Champlain - Linear, 3.0km, Intermediate, elevation gain
225m. The trail takes you from the parking lot along route 2 to
the top of the Pic Champlain mountain providing a spectacular view
of the park and the St. Lawrence.
Le Contrebandier - Linear, 1.1km, Easy. The trail cuts across the
shoreline at Cap a l'Original. The trail can be turned into a loop
by connecting to Le Miquelon. You can reach the trail from La Greve
bike path or from Le Chemin du Nord.
Le Miquelon - Linear, 1.9km, Easy. The trail is located in the
Cap a l'Original area. The trail can be turned into a loop by connecting
to Le Contrebandier. You can reach the trail from La Greve bike
path or from Le Chemin du Nord.
Les Escalier - Linear, 0.9km, Easy. The trail is located in the
Cap a l'Original area. It connects Le Miquelon with Le Scoggan (see
these trails for access info.) cross over the Montagne a Michaud.
With the connecting trails you can put together a loop.
La Pinade - Linear, 1.0km, Expert. This is a short but difficult
out and back located in the Cap a l'Original area of the park. The
trail starts just short of half way along Le Scoggan (see the trail
info for access).
Le Scoggan - Linear, 2.9km, Intermediate. Following along the north
shore of the Baie du Ha! Ha! (gotta luv it!) The trail connects
to several other trails in the area. You can turn the whole length
of the trail into a loop with beach walks along the edge of the
Cap a l'Original (see our note of caution).
Le Sentier Archeologique - Loop, 0.6km, Easy. A very short walk
in the park in the Cap a l'Original area the trail loops through
an area which has particular archeological significance.
Chemin du Nord - Linear, 3.5km, Easy. This is the main trail into
the Cap a l'Original area of the park from the parking lot at the
intersection of routes 1 & 2. Most of the other trails in the
area branch off of it, and you can hike the whole peninsula's edge
with connecting beach walks (see our note of caution).
As we mentioned above there are also several other trails in what
the park classifies as wilderness areas. These include trails in
the Cap Caribou section, Pointe aux Epinettes and a trail that's
referred to as Le Chocolat.
Note: The beaches of Bic present an enticing opportunity for hikers
but be keenly aware that Bic has significant tides. Check with the
park office regarding beach routes and current tide tables.