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Réseau de sentiers multi-usages de la Baie Verte 

223, route 138 Ouest
Forestville (Qc), Canada
G0T 1E0
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Réseau de sentiers multi-usages de la Baie Verte
The Baie Verte multi-use trail network, located by the sea in Forestville, is the best place to get an incomparable view of the area. Just an hour's drive from Tadoussac, known for its whale-watching activities, this trail is definitely the destination to add to your itinerary if you enjoy hiking, mountain biking or snowshoeing. Exploring this trail grants you free access to the boreal fauna and flora, and there's no better place from which to witness the richness of the area for yourself!

223, route 138 Ouest
Forestville (Qc), Canada
G0T 1E0

 
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