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Parc national du Mont-Mégantic, Notre Dame des Bois

Categories: Observatories, Museums
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4.7/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web
Parc national du Mont-Mégantic is located in Notre Dame des Bois. By using our Notre Dame des Bois vacation route planner, you can arrange your visit to Parc national du Mont-Mégantic and other attractions in Notre Dame des Bois.
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  • I went to the national park of the mount-Mégantic for the hike of the 3 vertices: a loop that first reached the Summit of Mount St. Joseph, who then went to the mount Victoria by a path (boreal walk) and ends with the final ascent to the Mont-Mégantic (at the Observatory). We have seen beautiful landscapes. The fall colors were at the rendezvous and the views were incredible. Again without hesitation! about 6-7 h intermediate hiking difficult.
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  • Here's what you need to know: 1. The presentation is conducted entirely in French. 2. The guide speaks very (VERY) fast so don't count on your high school French to get you through! Take a Rosetta Sto...  read more »
  • The last activity of the evening begins at 10: 00 and ends around midnight. After a conference very general, a chance that we had visited the planetarium of Montreal before, we have stargazing in 4 telescopes and ask many questions. Nice atmosphere and nice evening; We were lucky to have a magnificently starry, clear sky.
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  • Beautiful national park. Such nice camping spots in the middle of the north american stars reserve.
  • Lots of fun activities for campers. Beautiful scenery. Visiting the observatory is a must.
  • Very nice place, we went up Mont Saint Joseph, steep hike but well worth it! The views are nice and the amount of trees that you get to see on the views of the Megantic mountain is very pretty, especially when they're covered with snow.
  • The infrastructure is brand new, and Sepaq has made a good job like always.
  • We camped at the Franceville sector in the North West part. The facilities were fantastic. Well designed, well maintained and the staff ensure that visitors do not disturb others. Campers were quiet, no ATVs and no barking dogs either! The trails are similarly well laid out and constructed. I have never seen such well constructed water crossing on trails, - large rocks have been carefully placed so that one can easily step across and there is no 'off-trail' erosion as a result. English skills of the staff varied but were adequate for all communications with non French speaking guests. There are no English presentations of guided tours though. We also drove around to the other corner of the park and drove up to the radio mast and observatory. A friendly staff member was at the radio mast and offered information about everything with pretty good English. Firewood is available and costs $7.50 for a bundle. During 4-7 July there were very few biting insects in camp. Highly recommended and a great place to camp.
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