Parc national de Forillon
At the extreme northeastern tip of the Gaspé peninsula lies the national park Forillon with an area of 93 mi² (240 km²), which is considered one of the most scenic ones in all of Canada: cliffs rise abruptly from the Atlantic, thousands of cormorants, puffins and gulls nest here. With a little luck you can watch whales and seals off the coast. On extensive terraces the land descends from the north-west to the shores of the St-Laurent.
Inland moose, deer, black bears, foxes, beavers and coyotes... more