East Point National Wildlife Reserve is a vestige of the sole ecosystem of its kind in Québec. Its 684-hectare site includes examples of all the typical elements of the archipelago's landscape.
To explore the Reserve, its typical dune environment vegetation and its bird life, two nature interpretation trails are available: Les Marais Salés and L'Échouerie. Trails can be walked alone or with a guide. Outdoor outfitters offer nature interpretation excursions with a certified guide
Interested in ornithology? Visit this page for more information about birds that can be observed in this area.
Departure: Route 199, between Grosse-Île and Old Harry
Total distance: 4.5 km
Type of trails: Loop
Number of trails: 2
Levelx: Easy (Les Marais Salées) and intermediate (L'Échouerie)
Map of the hiking trail