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L 1We walked the Canyon Trail (2.7 km) and then were fortunate to go on the tour to see some bears where we saw 3 from an enclosed viewing platform. The guides were informative and hospitable. So lucky. A must for those in the Baie...More
This privately owned and maintained parc of hiking trails is simply fabulous. We did several trails while there and the view sof the gorge, maintainance of the paths and singage were excellent and rivalled anything SEPAQ has to offer. WELL worth a detour and visit.
Exceptionally well maintained hiking trails to canyon and waterfalls. Throughout the hike there are wooden steps and platforms that overlook the canyon and waterfalls. Beyond the falls the river widens because of the dam. Very peaceful. Bring bug spray for this area as there are...More
Our family enjoyed a great surprise when we stumbled on Bec-Scie for an outing on the way from Parc National du Fjord de Saguenay to our cottage rental in Lac St. Jean. This expansive outdoor center is comprised of miles and miles of trails centered...More
When I have international visitors, I'd love to take them on this hike in Bec-Scie. It's a short (3 mile) hike which takes about 1 hour with beautiful views along the way. To me, it's a summary of Québec nature, in an hour.
Excellent hiking through the canyon and along by the river, especially during autumn. Good value at $3.75 per person, particularly if you want a longer hike - they give you a ticket which you need to return on exit so that they know you have...More
This trail is absolutely gorgeous, and very easy, even for our 10-year-old. After a beautiful hike through woods, you come to a series of glorious waterfalls that result in amazing rainbows, with several lookouts to sit and enjoy the cool mist.
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I have no medical knowledge, but this would depend on your ankle strength and flexibility and your comfort with lots of stairs. The short (3.7 km) trail is an easy hike, as opposed to a walk, in that the path has embedded... More
I have no medical knowledge, but this would depend on your ankle strength and flexibility and your comfort with lots of stairs. The short (3.7 km) trail is an easy hike, as opposed to a walk, in that the path has embedded rocks and roots. The difficult parts are covered with wooden walkways. You could reduce the number of stairs by skipping some of the lookouts.
Before doing Bie Scie, I suggest a trial walk at the Parc de la Riviere du Moulin in nearby Chicoutimi. If that presents no problem, Bie Scie is definitely worth trying.
Hi, That is a good question. It is about 10km between the ferry dock and Bec Scie. It is a straight shot, but not something you'd walk and you probably won't have a bike. I don't think there is Uber in Saguenay, but... More
Hi, That is a good question. It is about 10km between the ferry dock and Bec Scie. It is a straight shot, but not something you'd walk and you probably won't have a bike. I don't think there is Uber in Saguenay, but perhaps you can find a taxi. Since it is not too far, it probably wouldn't be too expensive.