Practical Information

Before coming ... some practical information to remember

 

  • The trail around the falls is not a circular walk; you return the same way you set out along the Hérisson river (3.7 km one way)
  • It is essential to wear appropriate footwear: some passages may be slippery and the change in height is significant (250 m ascent and descent along the length of the trail)
  • We recommend you keep to the marked trails
  • Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a lead
  • The trail is accessible only to pedestrians

 

 

 Chien en laisse Camping interdit  Site classé  Feu interdit Chaussures de randonnées Le vélo est interdit  Baignade interdite

 

Good to know!

 

  • Camping, swimming, fires and overnight parking of motorhomes is prohibited in listed natural heritage sites
  • In the event of an accident, do not attempt to move the victim and call 112
  • High season parking fees fund investments, refurbishments and daily maintenance of the Hérisson Falls site.Prices
  • The Maison des Cascades loans baby carriers to visitors through an agreement with a rare disease charity (Association for Chronic Intestinal Pseudo-Obstruction). You can make a donation to help the association.

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