Gaspésie National Park
High place of hiking, Gaspésie National Park provides access to a unique mountain environment. The Chic-Choc Mountains and McGerrigle through the park. Among them is Mount Jacques-Cartier, the second highest peak in Québec. The altitude of the mountains deeply influences the climate that shapes the landscape and creates a unique species diversity in Quebec and even in the world. arctic-alpine plants and tundra landscapes are home to a herd of woodland caribou, the last representatives of this species south of the St. Lawrence River.
Louez un canot et explorez le lac Cascapédia.
Rent a canoe and explore the Lake Cascapedia.
The park now offers a wider variety of boats including SUP.
Pedalo offer family unforgettable moments. vigorously pedaling your way or slowly sail around the lake. provided surprising observations.
Seven lakes and three rivers (wading) are available for day fishing. A boat is provided on most lakes.
Courses from 1 to 17 km give hikers the opportunity to soak up the mountain reality of the park.
Guided tours all included with transportation of luggage on the International Appalachian Trail
The Gaspé massif, composed of Chic-Choc Mountains and McGerrigle, supports different plant and animal communities observed.
Opened in 1987, the golf club Le Gaspésien offers a 18-hole course in an exceptional setting overlooking the St. Lawrence River, the city of Sainte-Anne-des-Monts and the Chic-Choc Mountains.Price per person 0,00$
Located on the quay of Sainte-Anne-des-Monts in the Gaspé Exploramer is the center that focuses on the marine environment of the St. Lawrence. Offering aquarium park, a museum, a fish-gathering activity and sea excursions, Exploramer offers visitors to discover the sea.Price per person 0,00$
Lighthouse La Martre, jewel of the Gaspé coast, stands proudly on its natural promontory, close to the church, with the originality of its octagonal wood frame to the sun’s caress and bite winds.Price per person 0,00$