This path (5.5 km / 3.4 mi.) runs along salt marshes and ends in a mountainous, wooded area dedicated to Bernard Voyer, who learned the basics of mountaineering at this location. The two other paths (5 km / 3 mi. each), connected by a walkway, border a salmon river and end at a hydro-electric dam.
Boulevard Saint-Germain, embouchure Rivière Rimouski
400, boul. de la Rivière
1 800 746-6875 (Qc)
Body of water. Children's playground. Cross-country skiing (20 km). Cycling. Fishing. Hiking (15,1 km). Ice fishing. Ice skating. Mountain biking (15 km). Playing field with sports/recreat. equip.. Roller blade. Self-guided tours. Shows. Site interpretation. Snowshoeing (15,1 km). Canoeing. Kayaking. Pedals boat. Wildlife observation. Winter sliding
Gardens. Panoramic view / lookout. Pets allowed
Free outdoor parking.
Restaurant and food services
(Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre)