Nature hikes. Guided visits to discover the geological riches of the east. Choice of: hiking in the East Point National Wildlife Reserve, the geology of Boudreau Island, folk tales and much more. Ask about our program. Also available with a package stay.
The Bluff:4 km
The history of Grande-Entrée and the stories of the different shipwrecks will accompany you on this hike to a lost beach at the foot of the cliffs.
A path that leads to stunted forest to the sea, discover the flora of the Pointe-de-East. Be amazed by the vastness of the dunes and the beach.
When the tides are low, you go with the guide and start to dig in the sand, where there are holes, to find the small shellfish known as clams. Once the digging is done, you and the guide bring the clams to the Inn to cook and taste them.
Ornithology: Points d'observation
Discover the winged wildlife of the Islands in their natural habitats.
There are different places to stop and see the stationary flight of the Kingfisher, the heron in its nest, the swallows in the cliffs... depending on the season.
To cross the dunes:2 km
The East Point trail that allows you to discover the Islands forest, small but precious to the Madelinots.
The naturalist guide will reveal the secrets of the stunted forest, the marshes, the dunes and the peat bog. For the curious ones, it is possible to taste some of the different herbs that the forest has to offer.
Boudreau Island: 2 km
A nature walk where you can observe the enchanting landscape.
The rich geology of the Island is the best way to learn more about it and learn about the formation of our beautiful Islands. Boudreau Island, one of the most beautiful corners of the Magdalen Islands.
|Managers||Elisa Lapierre Cyr|
|Nearest Beach||Bassin Est Beach|
|Distance from the beach||0.5 km|
|We speak||Français, English|
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