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L'Île-d'Anticosti (Region: Duplessis)
Imagine a wild and enchanting island, bathed by the transparent light of the north. Imagine white cliffs caressed by the ocean. Imagine breathtaking canyons and the roar of powerful More
Category: Québec's national park (Trail)     

Percé (Sector of Percé) (Region: Gaspésie)
Park of conservation with a surface of 5.8 km²At low tide, walk up to the 5-million-ton monolith shaped by stormy seas, strong gales and severe cold weather. Discover the flora, fauna More
Category: Québec's national park (Trail)  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     

Region: Gaspésie
Forillon National Park At the extreme northeast end of the Gaspé Peninsula, 700 km from Québec and 350 km from the New Brunswick boundary, via Highway 132 East Shaped by erosion, Forillon More
Category: National park of Canada (Trail)  Partially accessible for the physically disabled  Service for the visually impaired  Service for the hearing impaired     

Region: Duplessis
Do you dream of escaping everyday life? Explore the Mingan Archipelago! You will be amazed by its monoliths, flora and birdlife. At night, in your oTENTik tent, let yourself be lulled More
Category: National park of Canada (Trail)  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     

Rivière-Éternité (Region: Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, Manicouagan)
Park of conservation with a surface of 319,3 km²Imagine standing among breathtaking cliffs and steep slopes. This is nature at its grandest. At Rivière-Éternité, huge granite walls More
Category: Québec's national park (Trail)  Partially accessible for the physically disabled  Service for the visually impaired  Service for the hearing impaired     

Rimouski (Le Bic) (Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent)
Park of conservation with a surface of 33.2km²A collection of bays, inlets, islands and mountains swept by saline air. Nesting throughout are thousands of marine birds, including the More
Category: Québec's national park (Trail)  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     

Sacré-Coeur (Region: Manicouagan, Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean)
This natural setting along the banks of the Saguenay Fjord is a unique site in Québec, with wild and domesticated animals, varied accommodations (yurts, tepees, igloos, etc.), regional More
Category: Adventure and outdoor tourist provider (Trail)     
 
Ragueneau (Region: Manicouagan)
These hiking trails doubles as a snowshoeing trail in the winter and stretches for 25 km (15.5 mi.) along the river, waterfalls and through the forest. You can access it from three More
Category: Trail     

Region: Gaspésie
The Route bleue de la Gaspésie is part of the Sentier maritime du Saint-Laurent (St. Lawrence water trail), a navigable waterway designed for shallow-draft watercraft, primarily sea More
Category: Trail     

Matane (Region: Gaspésie, Maine, New Brunswick)
In Québec, this trail covers more than 650 km (405 mi.), crossing the entire Gaspésie tourist region. Whether you go for a day, a week or for a hike of the complete trail (35 to 40 More
Category: Trail     
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