Plan March break with Sépaq

QUÉBEC CITY, Feb. 20, 2017 /CNW Telbec/ - Winter is smiling upon vacationers, with fresh snow in profusion. And Sépaq is inviting one and all to take full advantage by playing outside as a family during winter break. For the occasion, the organization is proposing a vast array of activities for young and old alike in all four corners of Québec, including fatbiking, an introduction to ice fishing, a GPS treasure hunt, Festi Lumière at Aquarium du Québec, a special torchlight package, snowshoeing discovery activity, fireside storytelling, cross-country skiing, rallies, BBQs, maple taffy on snow, and many more winter pleasures for all shapes, sizes, and tastes. A number of Sépaq establishments have drawn up a program especially for March break. Check out the programming at http://www.sepaq.com/relache/

Nature stay

There's nothing like a stay at a Sépaq establishment to create the very best family memories!  Cabins and rustic shelters are still available in a number of regions. A few national parks and tourist resorts, as well as one wildlife reserve, are posting vacancies for a few days, or a single night, even at this late date:

 

  • Aiguebelle (Abitibi-Témiscamingue)
  • Bic (Bas Saint-Laurent)
  • Fjord-du-Saguenay and Monts-Valins
    (Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean)
  • Grands-Jardins,
    Jacques-Cartier,
    Station Duchesnay and
    Réserve faunique de Portneuf (Capitale-Nationale)
  • Gaspésie (Gaspésie)
  • Mont-Tremblant
    and Oka (Laurentides)
  • Mont-Mégantic, Mont-Orford and Yamaska (Estrie)
  • Centre touristique du
    Lac-Simon (Outaouais)

 

Bookings can be made directly at sepaq.com or through an agent by calling 1-800-665-6527.

Family first!
A reminder from Sépaq: Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails are accessible free of charge to all visitors staying at a Sépaq establishment. And daily access to national parks and all cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails, along with equipment loans for these sports, are also offered free of charge for all youngsters aged 17 and under in the company of their family. Certain centres even provide sledges on loan for transporting tots. For more information concerning the loaning of equipment, visit the Advice and ideas for outdoor outings section at http://www.sepaq.com/tipsforsaving

 

SOURCE Société des établissements de plein air du Québec

For further information: For information and interviews: Lucie Boulianne, Sépaq communications consultant, 418-686-4875, boulianne.lucie@sepaq.com

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