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Le Bic

Le Bic (Canada)

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  • Family
  • Nature Reserve / Wildlife Observation / Safari
  • Viewpoint
  • Extreme Sports
  • River
5 / 5 - One review
How to get there
A one hour bus trip from Rimouski
When to go
All year round
Minimum stay
1 to 2 days

Reviews of Le Bic

Seasoned Traveller
168 written opinions

In the extreme east of Canada, the Bic National Park is the perfect place to recharge your batteries in the lower reaches of the river. This little corner of paradise is home to a well-conserved flora and fauna on the banks of the majestic Saint Lawrence River.  

My suggestion:
If you're not equipped for outdoor activities, don't worry, there's a hire shop at the entrance to the park. It's useful for visitors who are unable to bring their own skiing equipment. 
My review

I had my first experience of winter camping in the Bic National Park. Sleeping in a tent when it's -15°C outside is something that everyone should try at least once in their life. It's an amazing feeling and not as cold as you'd think! 

We rarely associate national parks with winter, but the Bic National Park has more to offer in winter than in summer. Apart from the winter camping, you can also rent a yurt, an igloo or a log cabin, go snow-shoeing, cross-country skiing and walking on frozen snow, etc. There's no lack of choice.

The park is very impressive and has great and unique viewing points. Being on the banks of the Saint Lawrence River, the scenery in the Bic is breathtaking.

The Bic at sunset
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