D'ARBRE EN ARBRE ® is a vast network of high-adrenaline adventure recreational parks committed to providing the highest safety standards to all participants.
Located on the edge of a cliff near the famous cat-shaped rock and the Cap-Chat lighthouse, this d'Arbre en Arbre® course offers breathtaking viewpoints of wind turbines and the St-Laurence River. Flowered trails add beauty to the landscape. Fun and sensations in total safetyS Go for an out-of-this-world experience between mountain and sea.
ACTIVITIES ON LOCATION AND IN THE VICINITY
Paths surrounded by flowers with access to the beach, Cap-Chat lighthouse and rock, labyrinth, treasure hunt and children’s play area.
Sea and river kayaking, horseback riding, guided tours of wind farms, hiking in Gaspé Park, mountain biking, sea museum, boat excursions, ATV treks, golf, salmon fishing, agate mines, youth hostel, concert hall.
9:30 AM to 5:00 PM, departure every 30 minutes.
Direct access by route 132, fifteen minutes west of route 299 (Parc de la Gaspésie)
Parc récréotouristique du rocher Cap-Chat
11, chemin du Phare, Cap-Chat (Québec) Canada G0J 1E0
Phone: (418) 786-2112
Fax: (418) 786-2133
Toll free: 1-866-786-2112
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Web site : www.parccapchat.com
The Parc de la Gaspésie is the best place to have the impression that you are in paradise! With his 800 km2 of protected area and his Monts Chic-Chocs, this part of the Gaspésie needs more than 1 day to explore! Take a look about some wildlife pictures.
Eskamer Aventure vous offres au quotidien des sorties de jour, au coucher du soleil, d’une demi-journée, d’une journée complète ainsi que nos fameuses expéditions guidées de plusieurs jours qui permet au participant de découvrir les plus beaux coins de la Gaspésie.
Tous les équipements nécessaires aux activités vous seront fournis. Vous avez aussi accès au spa et les autres commodités offert sur le site qui donne directement sur la plage : hébergement multiple, service de bar, Internet, musique et beaucoup d’ambiance!
Venez en famille... Plusieurs formules s’offre à vous.
Le ratio d’encadrement pour une excursion de kayak de mer est de maximum 6 kayaks pour un guide ou de 12 kayaks pour 2 guides. Ces normes sont établies par l’Association Aventure Écotourisme Québec et on sujet a changement selon les conditions météorologiques.
292 Boul. Perron Est
Téléphone: 1-866-963-2999 | (418) 763-2299
The Cap-Chat River is perfect for first time paddlers. You'll have a great time with your friends and/or family!
We will supply you with stable kayaks, PFDs for adults and children as well a shuttle that will take you upstream to where your river adventure begins.
You may choose between two itineraries: an easy 5 km ride or a 17 km ride which lasts approximately 3 hours.
These activities are not guided. However our staff will explain everything you need to know to make sure your get the most out of your experience as well as answer any questions you may have.
If you'd rather go kayaking on the sea, you will find that sunset is the perfect time to do so. You'll be amazed by the peacefulness of the sea and the colours painted by the day's last sunrays!
Valmont Plein air
10 rue Notre-Dame Est
Cap-Chat (Québec) G0J 1E0
Parc de la Gaspésie:
Against the backdrop of a winter wonderland, snowshoe buffs can enjoy 13 trails ranging in length from 1.7 to 18 km in the Discovery and Visitors Centre sector and on the grounds of Réserve faunique des Chic-Chocs.
Slip into your snowshoes and discover the mountain environment in the company of a qualified guide from Ski Chic-Chocs. A Snow cat vehicle will take you to and from the alpine milieu. Enjoy a day packed full of activities in a fabulous setting.
Parc national de la Gaspésie offers 22 km of groomed cross country ski trails. The Mont-Albert sector receives over 3 m of snow annually. It is well-distributed between mid-December and mid-March, making for excellent snow conditions all winter long.
Backcountry Skiing - Short Excursions
For fans of backcountry skiing, we have 6 circuits that are marked but not groomed. Skiing speed may be reduced considerably if the snow is deep. This circuit's level of difficulty may vary according to the trail you choose and snow conditions.
Backcountry Skiing - Overnight Stay
Backcountry skiing enthusiasts can practice this sport on over 190 km of marked trails. After a few hours out on the trail, why not stop at one of the 15 huts spread out along the network of trails? A baggage transport service between huts facilitates movements. For longer trips, we recommend skiing in groups of at least 3 people.
Telemark Skiing, Snow Surfing and Alpine Touring
You can enjoy alpine touring, telemark and snowboarding in the 5 skiing areas, featuring snow fields and glades. These spots are accessible from Route 299, 8 to 12 km south of the Discovery and Visitors Centre
Access to these places requires travel by car and a walk varying between 30 minutes and 3 hours. Depending on your destination and your level of physical fitness, it takes, on average, a little less than an hour for each of these climbs. The difference in elevation varies between 100 and 350 m. There is no ski-lift service.
The skiing center has a lot of snow all winter's period. Nice sea view at the top and a restaurant and a bar to enjoy your vacation stay. Come to visit us!
Centre de Plein Air de la Haute Gaspésie
295, route Bellevue, Qc
For skidoo's adepts, The Haute-Gaspésie offer a lot of convenience and varied services. You will enjoy the amazing landscape and the first snow very soon in the fall. The trail no 5 permit to cross the peninsula gaspesian. Haute gapési's trail will welcome you they are great! We can't ask more!
Fore more informations:
Trails ranging in length from 1 to 17 km give hikers ample opportunity to experience the park's mountainous environment. High barren peaks, glacial cirques and signs of wildlife are just some interesting elements of these daily hikes. In May, June, October and November, contact the park to find out which trails are open.
A 100-km trail crosses the park from Mont Logan to Mont Jacques-Cartier.
Escape into majestic landscapes featuring barren peaks soaring over 1,000 m high, and snowfall that persists until mid-summer. The route takes you through moose and caribou habitat and is part of the International Appalachian Trail. Passenger transportation service is available.
1981, Route du Parc
Sainte-Anne-des-Monts (Québec) G4V 2E4
Telephone : 418 763-7494
Fax : 418 763-9492
The Cartier's beach is the place were popular festival are done. In summer time, it's the place were all beach lovers have «rendez-vous». You can admirate the most amazing sunset in Gaspesie!
Cap-Chat lighthouse was built in 1871, come to take a look in our historical life...
La Martre lighthouse
This lighthouse was built in 1906 and is always in operation. Come to visit this amazing attraction with his museum.
At the Sainte-Madeleine lighthouse, you will be told the history of the village. You will also see the ancient houses of the lighthouse keepers, the café, the boutique and the zec office. Come observe the salmon fishermen and the fish-pass. In the Madeleine River, the salmons pass by the 72-meter fish pass to let the bigger fish go their way. Take time to walk along the fine sand barachois, to admire the sunset and to observe whales and Northern gannets.
You can also go help fishermen catch crab, whelk and lobster.
104, route Principale, Madeleine-Centre (Québec) G0E 1P0
Tel. : (418) 393-2428 - Fax : (418) 393-2869
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Geodes at Mont-Lyall's mines
In an open-pit mine, become prospector and pick yourself beautiful geodes. Discover, in this rare volcano (350 million years), semi-precious stones (agate, amethyst, quartz, cornelian and jasper). We provide equipment and training. Bring your own rubber boots or sportshoes and your lunch. You can also visit a small museum presenting minerals and gems and a gift shop One of the best family activity!
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Exploramer: Discovering the Sea
Located on the dock at Sainte-Anne-des-Monts in the Gaspe Peninsula, Exploramer is a complex of facilities showcasing the marine environment of the Gulf of St. Lawrence through its Aquarium, Museum and sea excursions.
Exploramer invites you to come and discover the sea.
1, rue du Quai
G4V 2B6 Canada
Telephone : 418 763-2500
Fax : 418 763-5528
Information générale et réservations
This excursion offers a fascinating first contact with the St. Lawrence's estuary and gulf. Explore the magical world of the St. Lawrence's ecosystems, see the hauling up of waved whelk and rock crab traps, handle rare organisms and witness the strange dance of the local marine mammals.
Come participate in the collection of scientific data and preservation of the St. Lawrence’s water quality as you delve into the mysteries of this river. Each day the information collected aboard the JV Exploramer is sent to the Maurice Lamontagne Institute. With the aid of scientific instruments, you’ll observe the world of the infinitely small as well as the enormous. From plankton to whales, discover just how rich and diversified the marine life of the St. Lawrence truly is.
Come aboard the JV Exploramer, an 18-passenger covered zodiac for an ecological excursion on the sea.
1, rue du Quai
G4V 2B6 Canada
Telephone : 418 763-2500
Fax : 418 763-5528
General information and reservations :
Located in Cap-Chat amidst the marvellous scenery of the Gaspé Peninsula, we find Éole. Wind turbines mix in harmoniously with the surrounding elements like a tribute to nature and man's spirit.
The rediscovery of this precious and unlimited energy combined with the evolution of technology is gaining more and more interest. Wind energy contributes to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the acid rains of our planet...