Galleries 5
Collections 0
Groups 0
Created 5-Sep-17
Modified 5-Sep-17
Quebec is fittingly called "La Belle Province" -- The Beautiful Province. Bigger than France and Texas combined, its beauties are far-flung. These photos highlight a five-day jaunt through scenic segments of the Gaspe Peninsula's southern and northern shores, and a dash through the interior via Cascapedia. The tour concludes with a day on the island oasis of Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs, just north of Riviere-du-Loup. Altogether, five days of wondrous land- and seascapes. No internet, no TV, no phone; just open roads, sunlit trails, and abundant fresh air. A lighthouse stands vigil on every point, as does a steeple in every hamlet of La Belle Province.

Day 1: Gaspe coast and Chaleur Chalets

Visitors 4
14 photos
Created 6-Sep-17
Modified 6-Sep-17
Day 1: Gaspe coast and Chaleur Chalets

Day 2: Perce and back

Visitors 1
17 photos
Created 6-Sep-17
Modified 6-Sep-17
Day 2: Perce and back

Day 3: Trails at Chaleur Chalets

Visitors 1
34 photos
Created 6-Sep-17
Modified 6-Sep-17
Day 3: Trails at Chaleur Chalets

Day 4: Shigawake to L'Isle Verte

Visitors 1
33 photos
Created 6-Sep-17
Modified 6-Sep-17
Day 4: Shigawake to L'Isle Verte

Day 5: Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs

Visitors 4
36 photos
Created 6-Sep-17
Modified 6-Sep-17
Day 5: Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs