In the Forest
Located in a Quebec forest classified as exceptional and home to several century-old trees, the trails Le Chêne (The Oak) (1 km) and L'Érable (The Maple) (1.4 km) allow you to discover red oaks over 250 years old, a balsam fir grove dotted with yellow birch and several other habitats.
Along the St. Lawrence River
The descent to the river reveals calm, serene and breathtaking landscapes, from where the ruins of the old wharf, once certainly practical and splendid, stands out. To the west, a walk on the tidal flats of the St. Lawrence River provides an opportunity to admire the 60-meter high schist cliffs. At low tide, it is possible to walk 4 km along the cliffs. To the east of the old ruined wharf, there is a bulrush marsh where one can observe a diversified fauna and flora. The Ministère du Développement durable, de l'Environnement, de la Faune et des Parcs du Québec has protected part of the marsh by giving it the status of an 'ecological reserve'.