Parc National du Lac-Temiscouata, Temiscouata-sur-le-Lac
(4.5/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • It was the last large Parc nationally on our five-week tour of Ontario and Quebec the added scrutiny. And like any other, this was also an experience of nature and sadly enough also not time here to explore everything. But no matter it is to experience simply just fantastic natural areas, to enjoy and to recognize more of them... everywhere... There is much
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  • Located very far from a single (about 10-15 km) dirt road which makes access long and unpleasant. We took the route of the mountain of the furnace which is very disappointing... According to the reception of the Park the view was breathtaking but we stayed on our hunger as we see only the city of the opposite bank. A lot invested 5km. The trails are however a restful quiet and spectacular beauty.
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  • We hiked in autonomy from the Lake Anaïs until William Cove with a night at the refuge of the Sutherland falls. The first stretch was extremely poorly maintained: large trees were lying across the path, and as the trail was not it us was sometimes difficult to find the tags after doing the tour of the trees. At the shelter, the fire was sealed while the inside was really wet, so we don't have to dry our business. The second part of the cascades until William Cove was much more enjoyable.
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