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Falaise de Prévost - Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve

Date of the hike:    Saturday 15 August 2020

Location:                Prévost

$ Cost:                    Free

Leader:                   Pierre


Difficulty level:      Intermediate

(Level of difficulty for hikes)

Length:                   about 9 km

Ascent:                    355 m

On Saturday, August 15, Odette and Pierre will guide a hike in Prevost in the heart of the Alfred-Kelly Natural Reserve, nestled in the Piedmont and Prevost Escapments of the Laurentians.

Bird lovers should be in their glory because the escarpments within the reserve provide refuge for more than 80 per cent of all birds of prey species recorded in Quebec.

The site is open year-round with 16  kilometres of trails for hiking


Our hike will cover 9 km which should take approximately 2 hours to hike. The trails are accessible from train station in Prévost, with the new pedestrian access that goes along the linear park of the P'tit Train du Nord. 

We will meet at 9:30 a.m. in the Prevost Train station parking lot (free).

Tail map

We suggest you wear good hiking boots and bring your trekking poles.

This hike is labeled intermediate because there is a 355 m ascent; because of this, participants should be in good physical health..

Directions from Montreal:

1. Take Highway 15. Take exit 55 (Prevost)

2. On Morin, turn right toward rue Principale  and then take another right.

3. Turn left on Rue de la Station, cross Road 117. The trail is located beside the P’tit Train du Nord cycling path (1272, rue de la Traverse)

Bring a lunch and enough water for a whole day. Don't forget sunscreen, mosquito repellent and your camera.

If you wish to participate on this hike, you must register by clicking on  LIST F before Friday, August 14. Your registration will help us coordinate the group and alert us to wait a few minutes for any late members. If you register and something comes up and you cannot make the hike, please notify the club.

Please carefully read the following Code of conduct for hiking during the Covid-19 pandemic.

sign no animals  Please take note that pets are not allowed on hikes.

Members should have their card at each hike. The membership fees have to be paid by check or by Interac.

N.B. Guests are welcome and members are encouraged to invite interested individuals who can participate in our sanctioned activities once for free. Guests must register at After one free event, returning guests will be invited to join the Ramblers Association and pay the annual membership fee. Those people who, after using their free pass want to participate but not join will be obliged to pay $10 per outing.

All persons who participate in a Ramblers Club activity acknowledge having read, understood and accepted theClub’s policies and waiver, as posted on the website at, and agree to abide by them.

NOTICE: Ramblers Association hikes are held rain or shine and will only be cancelled in the case of extreme weather conditions, such as an ice storm or thunderstorms. If a hike is cancelled for these reasons an email will be sent to all members and other people on our mailing list one (1) hour before the event is due to start. This cancellation notice will also appear on our website.

Code of conduct Covid-19




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