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Cap-des-Rosiers

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8 travelers at this place:

  • Day14

    Wandertour durch den NP Forillon

    May 26 in Canada ⋅ ⛅ 13 °C

    Schon auf dem Weg zum Park mussten wir andauernd anhalten da uns erst ein Bär, ein Baumstachler und dann ein Fuchs über den Weg gelaufen sind.
    Nach einer knapp 8 km Wandertour, teilweise durch Schnee, sind wir jetzt auf dem Weg nach Quebec. Das Wetter ist im Laufe des Tages schlechter geworden und wir nutzen dies um ein bisschen Strecke zu machen.Read more

  • Day7

    Forillon National Park

    July 30 in Canada ⋅ ☁️ 19 °C

    This morning we went to Forillon National Park. When we went to Le Bic National Park we discovered that there are provincial national parks and federal national parks. On the signs the only way to tell the difference is a beaver is on the sign for the federal natural parks. Anyways, today's park was a Canada National Park. It is on what's called lands end. Pretty much a huge cliff that drops of into the Gulf of St Lawrence. It was a very spectacular sight. Decided that we need to see this place again.
    We went back to Gaspe for lunch. Last night while looking for a restaurant that was open at 9:30 pm got confused and thought the restaurant was at this hotel. It wasn't but the hotel looked cool but I wanted to take a picture. They must have parking at the back because I am not sure how you would get your suitcases up all those steps.
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  • Day23

    Forillon Nationalpark

    October 6, 2017 in Canada ⋅ 🌬 13 °C

    It was such a scenic drive up to Forillon Nationalpark so we stopped a few times for taking photos and enjoyed the beauty of the landscape. The leaves are shining in a great diversity of colours, it's extremely impressive! At Cap Bon-Ami we walked up to a high lookout and enjoyed a 360° view again. Just amazing, the perfect time for this season and we're so lucky with the weather! On our second trail up to Cap-Gaspé I recognized something black moving behind a hill. So we approached slowly. It was no bear, no moose... It was a porcupine. :)
    For the night we got a special offer in an auberge. We got a 8-bed dorm just for us three.
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