The four national parks of Gaspésie are a must-see during your vacation! What to discover (among other things): 25 peaks that are over 1 000 metres high in Parc national de la Gaspésie, including the second highest peak in Québec, and the only herd of caribou found south of the St. Lawrence.
Be sure to also visit Forillon and “Land’s End,” the easternmost point of the Gaspé Peninsula; Bonaventure Island, off Percé, which is home to a colony of 116 000 northern gannets; and Miguasha, a fossil-rich site on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Plan your stay in Gaspésie by discovering the wonders found in the national parks listed below.
Here are some trails to better appreciate the long hikes on offer in Gaspésie. Traveling at the pace of your footsteps, from shelter to shelter, with backpack and boots, this is an experience for any hiking enthusiast. In Gaspésie, it is not only possible, but it is also the only place in North America where the trail is GR certified.