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Astronomy

In the land of Galilee When one mentions astronomy, one thinks of eternity and of our infinite universe. On the Devil’s mountain, as darkness descends on the forest, the night becomes so luminous so that we can but lift our eyes to the starry firmament, as if a magnet...

The Ornithology

« J’aime les oiseaux-ho-ho-ho!! » (de Yann Perreau) Open your eyes and ears!!! The forest moves to the heartbeat of the songs of our feathered friends. Take time to listen and you’ll know that you are never alone in the woods. The Regional Park Devil’s Mountain is...

The Flora

The Regional Park Devil’s Mountain is home to a remarkable forest with three levels of vegetation. Sugar maple to yellow birch in the valley The yellow birch is Québec’s official tree with an average height of 28 metres and an average diameter of 70 centimetres. A...

The Fauna

The Regional Park Devil’s Mountain has wildlife waiting to be discovered. It’s a peaceful forest world, sometimes hidden and sometimes revealed to hikers on the winding trails. Wild and free, the fauna strives to preserve the balance of nature. Here you’ll find a...

The waterfalls

Come and discover the mountain’s waterfalls. From the Windigo Falls to the Walker Falls, pure fresh water endlessly cascades, delighting all. Windigo Falls On the trail to Windigo Falls, you’ll hear its refreshing sound before you see it. 18 metres across and 55...

The summits

The Diable Summit – alt. 783 m After climbing for several hours, you’ll feel like you’re in heaven when you reach the top of the mountain. Perched at an altitude of 783 metres, this summit offers an outstanding view of the Baskatong reservoir, truly an inland sea in...

The PRMD, where families come first!

NEW FAMILY POLICY IN THE PARC RÉGIONAL MONTAGNE DU DIABLE The Parc régional Montagne du Diable, an immense panorama for outdoor amusement, is proud to offer special prices for teens younger than 18 years. Therefore, there are no more excuses to not put on your hiking...

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