It is in the area of Coin-du-Banc, near Percé, that is the Portage River, designated locally as the Émeraudes River.
This magnificent park is one of the starting points of the Rivières Trail, which stretches 27 kilometers through the forest to L'Anse-à-Beaufils. You can admire his fall and enjoy the beauty of the place.
It is called the Émeraudes (Emerald) River because of the depth and color of the stones at the bottom which gives it a green appearance.
To get there: at Coin-du-Banc, on Route 132, before the Route Lemieux.
This body of water is not supervised.
- Hours: year-round
- Access fees payable at the reception booth on site only, from June to October
- Access fees : 13 and over: $10 (taxes included), family (7 people or less in the same vehicle): $30 (taxes included), organized group (15 people or more): $8.50 per person (taxes included), 12 years old and under : free