Discover the fascinating Trou de la Fée Cavern
Attractions to discover, July 26, 2021 2021-07-26
Discover the fascinating Trou de la Fée Cavern
Discover the fascinating Trou de la Fée Cavern

Located in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region, the Trou de la Fée Cavern is sure to amaze nature lovers. Visitors can not only discover the canyon of the imposing Métabetchouane River, but can also make their way across the walkway over the water supply pipeline and the footbridges anchored to the rocky capes. You can even cross the river by zipline if you have a little adventurous side! And don't miss the brand new immersive show: a 360-degree projection presented in a natural amphitheatre carved out of granite!

A breathtaking multimedia show

ÉCHO, the memory of stones is a 360-degree projection that will shows the evolution of the territory. Supported by sound effects, skilfully orchestrated light shows and a vibrating floor, this show invites you to experience the major events related to the history of the site, the municipality of Desbiens and its population. You will be amazed and fascinated by the projection room carved right into the granite of the Canadian Shield, which forms an amphitheatre 7 metres high and 16 metres in diameter!

In addition, visitors can consult a timeline that takes a more in-depth look at the major events presented in the show from a workstation adapted for people with reduced mobility.

A truly spectacular site

The park is a sight to behold thanks to the spectacular nature of the region. From the welcome area, you can head to the dam, then take a contemplative hike on the 3-falls trail. The walkway over the water supply pipeline that used to feed the turbine to produce electricity is a great place to get a breathtaking view of the river. The Coulée Verte Trail, on the other hand, will take you through a beautiful stream with waterfalls and lush vegetation.

Le spectacle multimédia au Parc de la caverne Trou de la Fée
The multimedia show at the Trou de la Fée Cavern

The beauty of the landscape also puts on a show! A 15-metre suspended bridge leads you to the footbridges hanging on the rocky capes. With a length of 205 metres, these footbridges are anchored in the rocks at 8 metres above the river. This unique site in Quebec offers magnificent views of the river and Martine Falls. Finally, if you are in the mood for a good dose of adrenaline, hop on the ziplines (participants must be at least 8 years old) and enjoy an aerial view of the site and the river!

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