Part treasure hunt, part orienteering, geocaching is a popular outdoor activity that can be enjoyed in the wilderness or in the city. With the help of a GPS, search for “caches” using geographical coordinates and explore off the beaten path areas. This activity will add a fun touch to your hikes with family and friends. There are over 3 million geocaches in the world and Quebec hosts over 43,000 of them! Look for a Quality-Safety certified business or a regional park to find geocaches near your home or to plan a geocaching excursion on your next vacation in Quebec.

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.

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