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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     

Rimouski (Sector of Rimouski) (Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent)
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 More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre (Trail)  Accessible for the physically disabled     

Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent, Maine, New Brunswick
Ecotourism trails touching on three borders Maine, New Brunswick and Québec and which can be explored by land or water. Interpretive panels will guide you along the paths, with attractions More
Category: Trail     

Saint-Narcisse-de-Rimouski (Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent)
Thirteen km (8 mi.) of walking trails and 7 km (4.3 mi.) of bike paths offering unique panoramas. Access to Québec's highest suspended bridge, 63 m (207 ft.) in the air. Test your strength More
Category: Municipal and regional park / nature interpretation centre (Trail)     

Region: Montréal, Québec City and Area, Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Bas-Saint-Laurent, Eastern Townships, Centre-du-Québec and others
The largest cycling network in the Americas, criss-crossing every region of Québec, the Route verte (green route) is a cyclist's dream come true. Once completed, it will offer more More
Category: Trail     
 
Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent, New Brunswick
The Petit Témis Interprovincial Linear Park is the first bike path in Canada to connect Québec and New Brunswick. Composed of 134 km (83 mi.) of gravel paths reserved strictly for cyclists More
Category: Trail     

Rimouski (Sector of Rimouski) (Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent)
Ferry service between Rimouski and Île Saint-Barnabé is available on the 12-passenger Le Rimouskois. On the island you can hike 20 km of trails and observe the birds, other wildlife, More
Category: Boat tour (Trail)     

Rivière-du-Loup (Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent)
One of the estuary's best-kept secrets, just 8 km (5 mi.) offshore from Rivière-du-Loup. Getting there takes less than 20 minutes thanks to the Société Duvetnor shuttle service. Vast More
Category: Trail     

Sainte-Rita (Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent)
This hiking trail stretches 144 km (90 mi.). From Trois-Pistoles to Dégelis, it crosses 10 municipalities and divides into 12 sections ranging from 8 to 15 km (5 to 9 mi.) in the Bas-Saint-Laurent. More
Category: Trail     

Region: Québec City and Area, Bas-Saint-Laurent, Charlevoix, Lanaudière, Laurentides, Manicouagan and others
This long distance trail crosses nine Québec regions in order to be linked to other Canadian provinces. More than 1,075 km, out of 1,600 km, are already accesible to hikers. The challenge More
Category: Trail     
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