If the outdoors is an important part of your lifestyle, you’ll enjoy this itinerary through nature’s grandeur.

This itinerary has been adapted for people with limited physical abilities. It centres around nature and First Nations culture through a variety of outdoor activities: parks, agritourism, a canyon, a traditional Indigenous site ... All the sites have been adapted and have been certified by Kéroul.

145 km

The attractions on this intinerary are fully or partially accessible to wheelchair users. For travelling, various forms of accessible transportation are also available.



Day 1

Immersion into the Indigenous culture in Wendake

A history lesson at the Huron-Wendat Museum

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This museum preserves the Wendat heritage and promotes First Nations history, culture and arts. Feeling hungry? Take the opportunity to enjoy the First Nations-inspired gourmet cuisine at Restaurant La Traite and spend the night at its hotel.

Huron Onhoüa Chetek8e traditional site

Kwe! Welcome to Wendake! Here, you’ll learn about the history and customs of the Huron nation. Guides wearing traditional clothing take us on a tour of the Long House, meat dryer, sweat lodge, giant tepee and much more!

Day 2

From the Domaine de Maizerets to Baie-de-Beauport

Explore the trails of the Domaine de Maizerets

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This estate is very old, dating back to over 300 years. Built in 1705, it now features several accessible trails, an arboretum and floral arrangements. The Edmond-Gagnon pavilion houses an exhibition on the natural richness of the arboretum.

Relaxing at Parc de la Baie de Beauport

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Only five minutes from downtown Québec City, this park is the perfect spot for relaxing and taking a bit of sun. Since 2021, a carpet ensures easy wheelchair access to the beach. Be sure to bring your sunglasses and sunscreen!

Day 3

From Montmorency Falls to Île d’Orléans local fare

Parc de la Chute-Montmorency in a word: breathtaking

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Travelling along the river toward Côte-de-Beaupré, you’ll want to stop at Montmorency Falls, which, rising to 83 metres, are higher than Niagara Falls! A cable car takes you to the summit. A suspension bridge and trails offer breathtaking views.

Day 4

From Canyon Sainte-Anne to birds at Cap Tourmente

A flood of emotions at Canyon Sainte-Anne

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The trail along the canyon walls and the two suspension bridges spanning the gorge are spectacular. Thrill seekers will love the via ferrata—a pure delight. Half of the circuit is wheelchair-accessible and an adapted shuttle service is available.

Aerial ballets at the Cap Tourmente nature reserve

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This is paradise for birdwatchers as it is home to over 180 species of birds. Some of the reserve’s 20 km of hiking trails are wheelchair-accessible. Multitudes of migratory birds, including snow geese, can be seen here in spring and fall.