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My favourite stay in Canada was in a huttopia in the park, in May so not too many people around, lots of porcupines, saw them every day, also lucky enough to see an American Martin when we were sitting drawing by the tent, it was...More
The views are just breathtaking! Watch for bugs, but take the time to take in the views.
Be aware that when it comes to sharing the path with bicycles, it may mean the path is flat...
Beware of little reptiles greeting you on your way...More
If you like rollers coasters, your love this area of Quebec. The scenery is beautiful and stunning in the spring time. All different shades of Green. The little Hamlets around every corner with their Atlantic style houses you know those with the array of colours...More
This is a very picturesque spot. I was surprised by the size of the mountains there. Reminded me the Rockies (somewhat...). There are all sort of hiking opportunties, there are very easy pathways and there are more challenging. The boat cruze was fantastic. The drive...More
The breathtaking views, spacious camping, courteous staff, friendly campers/hikers all made our stay positive and memorable. The 6.5 hour hike is very challenging, but so worth it with that view. We went in beginning of june, there was still snow on the mountain, yet it...More
There were so many outings in this region. The person in charge recommended me to take the easy road, on flat terrain.
I may not look adventuresome, but I do love challenges. We decided to walk on the steep pebbled road leading to the very...More
We went on October 10 which was a Monday and Canadian Thanksgiving, so the shuttles were running. We took it to L'Acropole des Draveurs which is a 4.5 km hike one way up with a 800 meter ascent. Coming from someone who doesn't work out,...More
Hiked l'Acropole des draveurs with friends. The views were well worth the climb! Visitors must park at the main entrance. Fee is $8.50/person. You must then hop on a shuttle bus and drive 10-15 minutes to the trailhead. The first 2 KM are a steep...More
Just over an hours drive from Baie St Paul to the parking lot. You have to pay $8.50 per person to enter the park. Even though we were mid week in September there were a lot of other hikers about. It's 2 hours solid up...More