Geocaching will make you discover the natural wonders of Massif du Sud regional park while having fun! Using a GPS, you will have to find the different geocaches using only the geographic coordinates given for your selected route. Combining the use of technology, the outdoors and an educational side to it, geocaching is on the rise worldwide and the perfect activity for adventure lovers, young or not!
BEFORE YOU LEAVE
What to do if you are injured and cannot move?
In any case, never leave the signaled areas.
What to do if you are lost?
In any case, it is preferable to wait for help rather than spending your energy going around in circles in the woods.
One step and you will fall under the spell of the beautiful Passerelles trail and its main element: water. While hunting down the 6 geocaches, you will learn more about the drainage basins and the aquatic ecosystems of the park.
Length: 4 km
Average time: 2h00 to 3h00
Number of geocaches: 6
Massif du Sud regional park abounds in giant trees, which you will be able to admire while following this route. Find your geocaches and learn more about the forest ecosystem and the ancient forest.
Length: 4 km
Average time: 3h00 to 4h00
Number of geocaches: 7
Did you know that the second highest concentration of moose in Quebec can be found here, at Massif du Sud regional park? Follow this advanced geocaching route to learn more about this giant mammal and his living environment.
Length: 9 km
Average time: 4h00 to 6h00
Number of geocaches: 5
Geocaching doesn’t require previous experience and is at everyone’s reach. Massif du Sud regional park offers to guide you through the experience by renting the necessary equipment and by providing a short training on how to use the GPS and the basic steps for a safe and fun geocaching experience!