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Photo: Cime Aventures

3 Treetop Trekking Sites to Discover in Gaspésie

Thrill seekers and fans of heights will want to visit the three treetop trekking sites in Gaspésie to go ziplining while admiring the sea from the air or try out a 15-metre ropes course. 

Eskamer Aventure
Photo: Eskamer Aventure

Zipline at Eskamer Aventure in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts

Eskamer Aventure now offers a spectacular 330-metre zipline that soars over the Castor Canyon and offers a stunning view of the St. Lawrence.

Canyoning and sea kayaking excursions are also available. Also on site: swimming pool built in a shipping container, spa, café and rooftop patio!

Tyrolienne du Géoparc mondial UNESCO de Percé
Photo: Géoparc mondial UNESCO de Percé

Zipline at the Percé UNESCO Global Geopark in Percé

Wanting to see Percé Rock from a completely different angle? Head to the Percé UNESCO Global Geopark where you can fly through the air on a 230-metre zipline that stretches from the suspended glass platform on Mount Sainte-Anne to a lookout below. In addition to soaking up an amazing view of Percé Rock, you can also admire Bonaventure Island and the Gulf of St. Lawrence in the distance.

Also on site: hiking trails, multimedia exhibition, campground and indoor playroom with nets for young (and not-so-young) climbers.

Ropes course at Cime Aventures in Bonaventure

Known for their water activities on the crystal-clear Bonaventure River, Cime Aventures also offers the only ropes course in Gaspésie! Built on a 15-metre structure, the course includes 30 stations that will test your balance, agility and climbing skills and concludes with a 250-metre zipline descent.

Extend your visit by staying in the campground or one of the ecolodges and take advantage of the access to the river, the relaxation lounge and the food truck.

Ready for a challenge? Be in the loop! Plan your trip at today! #gaspesie

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