Parc national de la Gaspésie
The Parc national de la Gaspésie, a territory of 802 km2 inside the peninsula, and wonderfully strange uninhabited where skillfully weave is the Chic-Chocs, is full of craggy peaks, streams and deep valleys that give you a range of activities, excursions and hikes, both winter and summer.
You will find the Mont Jacques-Cartier, the second highest peak in Québec (1268 m) where you discover the habitat of a herd of woodland caribou, the last representatives of this species south of the St. Lawrence River. In winter, hiking skis or snowshoes is honored. Extend your stay in camping, refuge, cottage or at the Gîte du Mont Albert.
Auberge Gîte du Mont-AlbertHaute-Gaspésie
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Chute Sainte-Anne - Parc national de la GaspésieHaute-Gaspésie
Top 5 - Must-see locations for wildlife watching in the Chic-Chocs
Caribou, moose, bear, salmon…there are many animals that inhabit the forest in Gaspésie. What better way to spend a day in the Chic-Chocs than to watch fauna? Make sure to visit the 5 top locations to observe wildlife. [ Read the article ]