Explore the most popular trails near Saint-Narcisse-De-Rimouski with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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This is in the top 3 of my all time hikes. If you are able, take the 300 steps down the staircase to the bottom of the gorge. It's like a paradise. Lots to see and do here for all ages. It even has lit night hikes and a haunted forest attraction. Amazing!!!

14$ to enter. A few different trail options:
Du castor (1.8 km)
Du draveur (5.2 km)
Du grand salut (1 km)
Du pin (8.5 km)

I’d rate this as easy. Was concerned my knee would act up again (IT band) after earlier strenuous hikes but it went well. The 300 steps for descente aux enfers can be hard on those with bad knees but you can take it slow and be fine - not too much traffic. The falls themselves are okay, beware of the mosquitoes though - they will bite you even if you have insect repellent on. I finished the draveur loop in 1.5 hours even though the guide says 2.5, didn’t do the du pin loop because of the mosquitoes. Good trail for families. Lots of places to enjoy the view or rest (if you have kids). Some dry toilets on the way and a restaurant at the entry to grand salut (closed when I went there). While returning, I stopped by du marais which is a pond with some wildlife - I saw two beavers. No water fountains along the trail so make sure to carry your own.

Très très très beau

14$ a l'entree mais sa en vaut la peine ! Les chutes sont spectaculaire! on a conduit 2h45 pour s'y rendre et voir sa et on a adorer notre journee ! Pas tres difficile de s'y rendre ... les directions sont bien indiquer .

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Tuesday, May 03, 2016

Le Canyon des Portes de l’Enfer est un site touristique au Québec dans la municipalité de Saint-Narcisse-de-Rimouski. Il est amorcé par la chute du Grand-Sault, haut de 20 mètres et s’étire sur près de 5 km entre des parois resserrées et abruptes atteignant parfois 90 mètres de hauteur. Le site ouvre ses portes aux visiteurs depuis 1990. Il constitue la plus haute passerelle suspendue au Québec, soit d’une hauteur de 63 mètres. Il est fréquenté chaque année par plus de dix sept mille visiteurs.

Wednesday, August 02, 2017