From Rivière-du-Loup to:
Sainte-Flavie (segment 20)
Carleton, via le Nouveau-Brunswick (segment 26)
Segment 6: From Rivière-du-Loup to Saint-Jean-Port-Joli
- Heritage tour
Take a walking tour and discover the architectural heritage of Rivière-
- Parc de la croix lumineuse
From this park with its illuminated cross, look out over the St.
Lawrence River, which is 23 km (14 mi) wide at this point.
Visit these 30-meter (98 ft) waterfalls in the heart of the city.
Observe marine wildlife and bird colonies or visit the islands: Îles aux
Lièvres, Îles du Pot à l'Eau-de-Vie (lighthouse, eider ducks), Les
Pèlerins (razorbills and other nesting birds).
- Lac Pohénégamook
- Centre d'interprétation de la batture de Kamouraska
Interpretation center offering hiking trails to discover the vegetation
and wildlife of the St.Lawrence estuary.
- Distinctive traditional architecture
Charming riverside village containing several sumptuous 19th-century
- Aboiteau de la Seigneurie de Kamouraska
This interpretation center located on Kamouraska Bay will introduce
visitors to the local dikes, vegetation and wildlife.
- Musée François-Pilote
Museum on Québec ethnology with a permanent exhibition on the
country parish around 1900.
- Concours hippique de La Pocatière
Equestrian competition, special entertainment and méchoui (September).
- Ancestral residences
Numerous grand old residences stand in the vicinity of the church (1849).
- Seigneurie des Aulnaies
The major house, working mill, miller's house and garden introduce
visitors to the seignorial era.
- Arts and crafts
Village long renowned for the work of its wood sculptors.
- Maison-musée Médard-Bourgault
19th-century house, with walls and furniture carved by the outstanding
- Musée des anciens Canadiens
Museum describing the history of the region and of the sculptors who
made it famous.
From Saint-Jean-Port-Joli to:
Québec (segment 5)