It’s an event we locals await with anticipation, the moment when the gates of the North and South Areas of Forillon National Park finally open in the Spring, allowing us go for a turn in the park and officially start the season. Early season also happens to be one of the optimum times to see fauna. Come with me on a photographic visit of the park in late May.
Hike to the beautiful Cap-Gaspé lighthouse on the tip of the peninsula, and enjoy the serene beauty of the area the Mi’kmaq named “Land’s End”.
It is a question I often hear, mostly from those with flexible schedules. My answer is always the same, it depends on your interests as each month has pros and cons. I tried to compile a few for you.
No doubt will you notice that the presence of the sea is fully felt in our suggestions. Our proximity to the gulf of St. Lawrence ensures a myriad of recreational activities.
Cap-Bon-Ami is a vantage point for some of Park Forillon’s most spectacular geographic features. The cliffs and ocean teem with flocks of sea-birds, and are frequently visited by seals, dolphins, and whales. Bring your best binoculars!