You can go snow ziplining just outside Montreal all winter

Jan 25 2021, 9:00 am

Quebec is under nightly curfew between 8 pm and 5 am from now until at least February 8, 2021. Stay home and consult the┬áConfinement in Qu├ębec┬ápage for curfew details.
Outdoor sites will have controlled access and the number of visitors will be managed per site. We remind everyone to follow all public health guidelines, which should be posted at all outdoor venues.


Nature lovers and adventure seekers, this one’s for you! Located about an hour’s drive from Montreal, the Arbraska park in Rawdon is open for a ziplining experience in the snow.

The site’s aerial courses, about a two and a half-hour circuit, will be open until March 28th. After a long day of tree-top trekking and ziplining through the forest, you can also warm up with hot chocolate around a campfire.

The site will be open every weekend from 9 am to 6 pm, to ensure compliance with the curfew. In accordance with pandemic measures, reservations are mandatory, but groups of people from the same household are allowed to participate together.

What better way to shake off the confinement blues than spending a day in the great outdoors?

Arbraska’s Lafl├Ęche site also remains open for the winter season and offers more activities like snowshoeing trails and a discovery tour of Lafl├Ęche Cave.

 

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