This natural path is a linear axis in the center of Isle-aux-Coudres. It crosses woods comprising of coniferous trees and birches. At the eastern end of the island, you will have a view of the mountains of the municipality of Les Éboulements.
Walkers, mountain bike fans, snowshoeing enthusiasts and cross-country skiers will be delighted with this 8km long path. Interpretation panels about the flora, fauna, geology and forest are scattered along the path. It should be noted that the path crosses peatlands. A new technique allows for peatland crossing while using roots covered with a membrane and gravel. The path departure is at chemin Tremblay where a parking was added.
From Les Éboulements, take the ferry to Isle-aux-Coudres. Follow the Traverse road, turn right on Tremblay road and take the first entrance to the left. The parking lot is on the right.
It is always important to get information from the trail manager before going hiking.