Lusk Cave

4.73 Votes
  • Address: Trail 54, Sainte-Cecile-de-Masham, QC J0X 2W0, Canada, Sainte-cécile-de-masham
  • Phone: +1-8198272020
  • Tags: Cave, Family And Kids

Imagine the thrill of swimming with fishes inside a cave! Located within the Philippe Lake area, Lusk Cave is around five kilometres from Parent Beach. You can explore the entire cave on a 10 km round trail. Sunlight creeping through tiny cracks and holes in the rocks and series of tunnels are perfect for photography. Along the trail, you can enjoy the view of the Precambrian rock of the Canadian Shield, age-old forest with maple and black cherry trees, and the Lusk Creek. An extra pair of shoes, flashlight, and safety helmet are recommended for the cave exploration, as at times the water levels can be as high as a meter or more. It is a great place for adventurous kids and their families. The details of the trails and direction maps are available at the visitor’s centre.

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  • Lusk Cave Address: Trail 54, Sainte-Cecile-de-Masham, QC J0X 2W0, Canada, Sainte-cécile-de-masham
  • Lusk Cave Contact Number: +1-8198272020
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Lusk Cave Reviews & Ratings

  • Fantastic spot to get away for the day. Absolutely loved the caves. I strongly suggest both a flashlight and helmet, along with water shoes and a bathing suit. You will be walking through water for most of the caves, and will be up to your neck at the end. Be ready for a walk -- in all we did 11km, with going through the caves twice. The last 1.5km hike to the caves is a fairly steep hill.

  • Lusk cave is always a hit, especially on really warm days. Make sure you park at the right location otherwise the hike is around 12k there and back. We did half the lusk cave with our 3-year-old who enjoyed it a lot, it is easier to get down to for young kids and about half of it has almost no water. Remember to take the right gear including headlights and wear clothes that will dry fast or take swim clothes.

  • Great hike, but be prepared. Water is part of visit, good footwear and a headlamp are essential. Have a plan to have someone watch your gear while you are inside.

  • Gem of a spot to go explore and escape the heat of a hot summer's day. the upper section can be easily managed with some careful deliberate footing. The lower section is much darker where lighting is a must and the water levels can get much deeper.

  • Amazing marble cave, only a few meters with shoulder high water, bring a headlamp! Worth the trip! Trail is great too but could use better indications.

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