Enjoy our swimming pool with heated water, whirlpool and a view on the mountain. Watch your kids having a load of fun playing in the water games with waterfalls and water streams spraying from the ground right beside the pool. Access is free for guests of the Pin Rouge Resort and seasonals users of the Taylor’s Point Campgroung. The pool can accommodate 40 people. More info.
Free access to 21 kilometers of little steep terrain. Five courses available ranging from easy to difficult. Duration of + / – 1 hour.
Climb up to the top of the mountain via trail #1 runway spreading on 3,5 km. At the top, you can get up the observation tour and admire the panoramic view of the Chic-Chocs, Mount Albert, Mount St. Joseph, Petite-Cascapédia River and Baie-des-Chaleurs, 670 meters above sea level. Our Summit refuge “La Chaud-Frette” is accessible at all times.
Our hiking paths on the mountain or along the river give you access to the best of the Gaspésie : its pure wilderness. It’s free and right on the site of the Pin Rouge Resort.
You can also access the summit for free via the no. 1 runway spreading on 3,5 km. At the top, you might want to get up the observation tour and admire the panoramic view of the Chic-Chocs, Mount Albert, Mount St. Joseph, Petite-Cascapedia River and Baie-des-Chaleurs, 670 meters above sea level. Refuge summit is accessible at all times.
Roll down a 23 km hybrid or mountain bike path along the beautiful Petite-Cascapedia River and chemin St-Edgar. At some points you’ll have to cycle on the side of the road – be visible and careful. The trail connects the Pin Rouge Resort to downtown New Richmond. We suggest a stop at mid-course to see the St-Edgar covered bridge. The ZEC office is right by and you’ll also find a convenience store.
As the Pin Rouge Resort is located near the Petite-Cascapédia River and lakes, it is a dream place for fishing enthusiasts. Our nearby fishing partners :
The Resort is 10 kilometers from the ZEC Petite-Cascapedia. The ZEC has 4 fishing sectors. The river tumbles over 100 km and 4 species are fished : salmon, trout, brook trout and sculpin. Fishing opportunities for canoeing and wading. Phone: 418-392-4105