Parc de la Caverne Trou de la Fee, Desbiens

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • After a great day at the Zoo Sauvage in St. Felicien, we visted Trou de la Fée (which means hole of the fey or hole of the fairies). For the outdoor enthusiast who is vigorous enough to handle lots of...  more »
  • The hike is better than the cave, IMHO. You hike really close to a waterfall so amazingly powerful that I'm surprised and happy it wasn't transformed into a major hydroelectric facility. Along the way...  more »
  • This is not an activity for everyone. Visiting the cave requires above average physical fitness. Trails are difficult.  more »
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  • A nice visit I may recommend, if your out of shape like to bring an extra set of clothe. It's not a super physical experience still you need to climb up a natural staircase and the cavern is a bit of workout.
  • Great place to visit. Lots of stairs.
  • It's a bit of a tourist trap. But just pay for the walk and not the attractions.
  • The fairy hole cave Park is a tourist attraction that is underestimated if compared to the Zoo sauvage of Saint-Félicien or the historical Village of Val-Jalbert. On the other hand, a clearly worth the visit. The Park offers trails that we discover the Métabetchouan River. There are remains of a former hydroelectric station on which one can cross the river. You can also use a zip line to cross the Valley. Finally, there is even a suspension bridge to get from one side to the other. The cave is small and cold, but interesting to visit and guide was very passionate. He answered questions and took even time to take tourists in photo.
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  • Hiking is good, though a little perilous with a wet weather. A path that we do through the rocks and branches. The cave is OK no more. There are more bats and it is not very recommended to the people of large sizes. The visit takes about 1 h 30 - 2 h if you go only to the cave. There are several other ways you can do. It's worth the detour for a good hike more that to see the inside of the cave.
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