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Drive on a dirt road that seems to last forever just to come to a gravel pit. Now where do you go?? Just look a little further and you will see a sign for the walkway and falls. From there it is about 400 meter...More
A nice place where you can relax and swim in crystal clear water but it's getting too touristy. A lot of families around that place where you can't find any peace. Still worth to see if you are passing by but if you are in...More
We read about this site on Trip Advisor and added the visit to our list of must do activities during a recent visit to Percé.
The site is located 15 minutes from the center of town. Once parked, a 10-15 minute hike in the woods...More
The Chute de la Riviere-aux-Emeraudes (aka Falls of the Emerald River) is an off-the-beaten path wooden area with a surprising natural reflection of light in the water that gives a beautiful and unique green hue to the whole area (on a sunny day). Follow the...More
Very beautiful place with familiarly atmosphere. Some hiking to get to the place is required. Water is a little cold but in hot day is absolutely possible to swim in without any extra-protecting clothing. Good place to lie on the beach of stones. Dogs allowed....More
Visited this region many times in my youth but had never heard of this place. If you happen to have the sun out (even for a few minutes), you'll be rewarded with clear water of the most magnificent emerald green. While you can hike there,...More
This place is close to percé. The directions on here are correct. Follow the paved road until it turns into a dirt road and through the gravel pit. Park at the end and follow the trail to the falls. 10-15 minute walk from the parking...More
My wife wanted to see this place after speaking about it with someone (local) in Perce - we had not heard of it before that. It was not particularly easy to find because the signs were not large. Once we found the road it required...More