The fog was lifting nicely by the time we headed out to Bic National Park (although called "National", it is not a "Parks Canada" park, it is actually a park managed by the province of Quebec). Still some fog out over the water as we head back through Rimouski...
We payed our entrance fee and got instructions on the only place big enough for us to park and hiking trails. With the map in hand we continued on...the roads within the park are mostly gravel.
This Visitors Centre, located in the heart of the park, is the perfect place to organize and plan your stay. It houses a Boutique Nature, a convenience store, and an information counter. Don't miss the access to Park Path Explorer with its kiosks and audiovisual presentations.
The Rose des Thés tea shop is located in the Lyman chalet at Cap à l’Orignal and is open during the summer. Stop in for a well-deserved rest and to enjoy a cup of tea or other hot beverage along with a treat.
What a view from the deck!
The other day Steve found 2 rocks that are fairly flat and barely big enough to set up our chairs for the view. I must admit that I was a little skeptical at first, sitting very gingerly as not to fall over. You don't want to have too many wobbly pops navigating your way back and forth :)