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Bas-Saint-Laurent : Camping

The Tourisme Bas-Saint-Laurent visitor region includes the St. Lawrence River, the Appalachian mountain range, the Matapedia Valley and the new Parc national du Témiscouata. Its geographic location allows for a full range of outdoor activities in nature. In a sea kayak, discover the immensity of the St. Lawrence River and the BIC National Park’s seals or scale a cliff in beautiful Kamouraska village, at sunset. On your next bike tour, go for a spin on the region’s extensive cycling network. A world biosphere of pleasure, summer or winter this region welcomes visitors to enjoy a number of outdoor activities, including snowshoeing and dog-sledding. 

SEBKA

The great outdoors at its best

The SEBKA is a non-profit entreprise whose mission is to conceive, elaborate,realise and manage projects relating to regional development.This entreprise devotes itself to the development of the natural environment of the sandbanks of Saint-André and its environment. lt offers activities of fresh air that are compatible with the maintenance of its integrity.

TERFA - Secteur Le Canyon des Portes de l'Enfer

Managed by Terfa, the Canyon des Portes de l'Enfer is an outdoor area of choice. Its grandiose, authentic and enchanting nature makes it a must-see in the Lower St. Lawrence for all nature lovers. The canyon stretches for nearly 5 km between narrow and steep walls sometimes reaching 90 meters in height. A network of hiking trails allows you to discover unique panoramas and to have access to the highest suspended footbridge in Quebec that overlooks the gates of hell. 

Société Duvetnor

Both wild and inviting, Île aux Lièvres will enchant you !

Silence…relaxation…no meeting…except the one you could have with a grouse family at the bend of a trail or with the hares bustling about in the undergrowth at nightfall…

Tapered at the ends, this island reminds some of a ship, while others consider it the world’s smallest continent! An impressive 13 kilometers in length, it cannot be fully explored in one day. Discover natural lookouts, explore deserted beaches edged in brier roses, find a seal dozing on the upper part of the beach.

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