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Parc national du Bic

3382, route 132 Ouest, Rimouski (district Le Bic), Québec G0L 1B0


Located in the lower estuary of the St. Lawrence, Bic National Park proudly displays its capes, bays, coves, islands and mountains, emblems of its fame. Think of the sounds and smells of the sea and the caress of the sea wind. Imagine a sunset recognized as one of the most beautiful in the world. The ambiance of the park is relaxing and peaceful. Seabirds, including the common eider, come to nest there, rare plants flower on the rocky capes and, to your great astonishment, seals bask in the sun near the shore. Rub shoulders with the sea, the forest and the meadow located along the banks of the lower estuary of the St. Lawrence, and let yourself be overwhelmed by the unique experience of this coastal-marine park.

EXCEPTIONAL SUNSETThe estuary as you do it have never seen! Whether from Pic Champlain, Baie du Ha! Ha! or from the Havre du Bic, you will have the opportunity to admire a sunset whose beauty is highly recognized and each time unique.

PIC CHAMPLAINPic Champlain, at an altitude of 346 meters, constitutes the highest summit of the Murailles rock massif. From the top of its belvedere, the view of the estuary and the park is breathtaking. You can get there on foot or with the shuttle service.

ESCAPE BY BIKELeave your car and go freely to enjoy the park by pedaling. Banks, forests or peaks: you will be charmed by the diversity of the landscapes. Several routes accessible to young and old. Bikes are available for rental in our Baudry rental center.

SEA KAYAK OUTINGWith its islands and its coastline divided into several coves, the park is one of the most beautiful destinations for lovers of sea kayaking. Whether you have experience or not, professional guides will accompany you on your excursion, helping you discover the park in a different way.

HERITAGE AT THE HEART OF HISTORYWalking on the trail of Chemin-du-Nord, you will be able to discover magnificent buildings which bear witness to human occupation and the successive uses of the territory. The Lyman chalet, which has been converted into a tea room, is sure to charm you.

WINTER AT THE PARCThe winter season at the park has a lot to offer. Explore it on foot, on snowshoes, on skis or by winter bike. Each trail will take you to spectacular views of the St. Lawrence and its islands.


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