Do you want to see the sun rise and set over the water rather than over an urban skyline?
You have already been around the Gaspé Peninsula and you want to do it again to see its magnificent landscapes… from the sea?
See the Chic-Chocs and overhanging cliffs, meet sea mammals and shore birds, breathe in the salt air... At the mouth of every river is nestled a village where kayakers and boaters will find the services to answer their needs, from wilderness camping to a cosy inn, all with one thing in common–warm and friendly locals.
Inaugurated in June 2007, the Route bleue de la Gaspésie offers the largest navigable network in Quebec, for all tastes and levels of proficiency. In fact, from Les Méchins to Pointe-à-la-Croix, passing through Forillon National Park, Percé and the Baie-des-Chaleurs, it is a 700 km-long waterway around the peninsula with more than 150 boat launches, rest and emergency areas, sanitary stations and must-see tourist attractions. These sites are marked on the maps available to members, which allow you to safely plan your expeditions and day-trips out to sea.
Visit the Gaspé Peninsula from a different perspective!
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