Introducing Forillon National Park
Covering Gaspé's northeastern-most tip, this small park feels a fitting place to end a journey along the top of the peninsula. Its rugged sea cliffs attract seabirds, including great blue herons, and whales and seals make frequent appearances offshore. Inland are rolling, forest-covered hills, where you might come across moose, deer, fox and, increasingly, black bears.
There are two main entrances with visitors centers where you can pick up maps: one at L'Anse au Griffon, east of Petite Rivière au Renard on Rte 132, and another on the south side of the park at Penouille.