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TOP 5 Hikes in Bas-Saint-Laurent


Raphaël Delobbe

Where are the best hiking spots in the Bas-Saint-Laurent to enjoy nature and admire exceptional landscapes? Here are the TOP 5!

SEBKA trails, Saint-André-de-Kamouraska

In Saint-André-de-Kamouraska, the 10 km of SEBKA

rails will help you discover the flora and fauna of the Bas-Saint-Laurent.

Using the cliffs or flats near the river, the trails lead to lookouts offering observation points over grandiose landscapes.

For the more adventurous, the SEBKA, unique in Quebec.

Nicolas Gagnon

Parc côtier Kiskotuk, Cacouna-L’Isle-Verte

Parc cotier Kiskotuk

With 10 km of hiking trails along the coast, Parc côtier Kiskotuk offers both forest and maritime landscapes.

In the Ornithological Site sector, the trail starts out semi-wooded, then becomes more mountainous.

Once you reach the top, the panoramic view of the region is breathtaking.

In the Passereaux sector, you’ll discover various natural environments in the area, such as the salt marsh, coniferous forest and peat bog, all dotted with lookouts where you can take your time to enjoy the scenery.

For the more adventurous, Île Verte is still accessible by ferry! A beluga whale-watching platform at the summit of the Site ornithologique mountain will be available in summer 2024.


Sentier national, Trois-Pistoles to Dégelis

The 144-kilometre-long Sentier national de Trois-Pistoles is marked by the omnipresence of bodies of water and rivers.
Hikers can follow or cross these waterways on footbridges, offering spectacular views over the territory. It’s the ideal way to get away from it all and enjoy the natural riches of the Bas-Saint-Laurent.

Divided into 12 perfectly-marked sections, the Sentier national is the perfect place for hikers and families alike.

La Montagne-du-Fourneau, Saint-Michel-de-Squatec

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Marc Loiselle

Located in the parc national du Lac-Témiscouata, this site offers quality trails, unique views and a variety of activities for the whole family. Your pitous can join you on this popular trail!

The park’s forests offer 10 other trails, totalling 38 km, which will take you to some of the park’s most beautiful spots.
The Sentier national crosses the entire park for those who enjoy long hikes.

Canyon des Portes de l’Enfer, Saint-Narcisse-de-Rimouski

This outdoor site offers an experience rich in sensations of all kinds.


In fact, it’s the ideal place for a walk with family or friends. The 20 km of perfectly laid-out hiking, the 300 steps of the descent to the Underworld, the “Portes d’Oniria” and the “Route du Diable” will help you discover magical places.


The impressive 90-metre suspension bridge over the Rimouski River is sure to take your breath away.

Mathieu Dupuis