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  • Trekking | Canada > Quebec, Canada > Canyon Sainte-Anne, Québec 138, Beaupré, QC, Canada
    Updated at May 22,2013

    We did a nice, short and circular trail. Since it was autumn, the color of the falling leaves made it a spectacular trek – which took us only 45 minutes to finish…

  • Trekking | Canada > Quebec, Canada > Matapédia, QC, Canada > Matapédia Valley
    Updated at May 22,2013

    Across the valley you’ll find lots of walking trails that leads to different waterfalls, passing beautiful wooden bridges. I recommend you’ll try the trail to Picot waterfall, near the town of Saint André. It’s a nice circular route, not too long, and it passes by beautiful terraced waterfalls.

  • Trekking | Canada > Quebec, Canada > Canyon de la rivière Mars
    Updated at May 22,2013

    The Mars River Canyon is another great place to visit in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean district, south of Chicoutimi.

  • Trekking | Canada > Quebec, Canada > Parc National de Miguasha
    Updated at May 22,2013

    You can take a walk on the shore to the place where most of the fossils were originally discovered.

  • Trekking | Canada > Ontario > Niagra Falls Funiculars, Niagara Falls, ON, Canada
    Updated at May 22,2013

    We did an amazing trek in the Niagara Glen nature park. It offers walking trials were there were once waterfalls, some 8,000 years ago! In the park we also visited the butterfly conservatory, which was really nice.

  • Trekking | Canada > Quebec, Canada > Canyon des Portes de l'Enfer
    Updated at May 22,2013

    Hell's Gate Canyon (English name) - We went on a 30 Km trek from Hells Gate Canyon to Rimouski River. The trail runs in the deep a narrow canyon, formed from the power and velocity of the water. The trail passes by beautiful waterfalls, and we found it more impressive than Canyon Sainte Anne.

  • Trekking | Canada > Quebec, Canada > Parc National de la Gaspésie
    Updated at May 22,2013

    Gaspésie Park is like a real heaven for trek lovers; unfortunately for, heavens gates were closed due to the bad weather… The park includes the Chik-Chok mountain range, but it’s open for visitors only till the end of September. Since 2 thirds of the park were out of bounds, we climbed up Olivine Mountain. The walking train was very nice, not too long, and it reaches all the way to the summit. But again, if you’ll come at the right season, you’ll find a verity of other, more attractive trails in the park.

  • Trekking | Canada > Quebec, Canada > Parc National du Bic
    Updated at May 22,2013

    You shouldn’t miss out on this wonderful park. It’s a magical place, with lots of easy walking trails, passing along side small bays, surrounded by rocky hills and gorgeous mountain picks, as well as a seals reservation. You can see the seal on the high tides from Cape Caribou, and if you arrived on the low tide and missed them – don’t worry: you can also catch them on the bird reservation on Percé Rock, where they swim peacefully in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.

    We visited Bic Park twice: once going up to Gaspe and once going down. The first time the tide was high, so we spent some time watching the seals. The second time the tide was low, and we took a nice stroll through the park. both times we had a great day.

  • Trekking | Canada > Quebec, Canada > Forillon National Park, Gaspé, QC, Canada
    Updated at May 22,2013

    There are a lot of walking trails in Forillon, so here is a short list:

    1. Go up the observation tower to see the “end of the earth” (Le Fin De Terra). The walk is about an hour, with a moderate climb. It requires a little effort, but I think anyone in any age is up for the hike – and shouldn't miss it… 

    2. The walk to Cape Gaspé – Take the red trail, not the black. Along the way you can see the whales swimming near the shore, and if you’re lucky you might see a bear or a moose. I highly recommend the trail, it’s an experience you don’t want to miss.
    3. I advise you to consult with the nice people in the visitor center. They can tell about the best places to visit depending on the season. They recommended us to visit a small side lake in the park where we saw a family of beavers making their home for the winter – amazing.