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Parc National du Bic, Le Bic

Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web
Known for showcasing wildlife and landscape typical of the region, Parc National du Bic is a national park offering dozens of hiking and bicycle paths for visitors. In addition to rivers, salt marshes, and rocky hills, nearly half of the park is a coastal marine environment that plays home to hordes of harbor seals and gray seals. Take your coastal trek around midday to view the animals sunbathing lazily on the rocks. If you prefer to enjoy the scenery a little longer, several campsites around the park offer places to stay, but with only basic amenities in most cases. Using our international travel planner, Rimouski attractions like Parc National du Bic can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Large park well laid out with several trails, camping, access to the banks, superb belvedere Roy, entry $ 8.50 per adult. Three entries, many things to see.
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  • We bought our tickets online to arrive earlier in the morning, the parking lot was empty when we arrived but our return was full. The landscapes were really beautiful with the leaves in colors, we saw a deer and her little (really not scared by our presence). I ran out of time to see the seals, but I'm coming back.
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  • We can go through it, very easily, mount Champlain, make uphill by the trail, and down by the road, faster, and make the trail of the North Road by late afternoon to sunset, or in the morning very early, to meet birds dear to the side of the road. For the seals we must inquire about the tide time otherwise we can't see them or at high tide, or has too low tide, we arrived around 4 pm and were able to approach them very closely, inquire at the tourist office.
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  • Beautiful. Quebec has very well organised parks. And de Gaspie is as stunning as Cape Breton.
  • Un parc national incontournable!
  • Small park yet it has a lot, and there is a lot to discover. Great place to bike, hike and relax. Great mountain and picturesque areas right next to the Saint Laurent River.
  • Lovely park. Pay attention when booking a camping spot. Ours did not have a fire place.
  • Wonderful views, and trails. A bit crowded during summer, and expensive for activities (renting a bike or kayaking are crazy expensive)
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