In Canada, there is no shortage of incredible places and things to see but for those exploring Quebec, Parc le Trou de la Fée is unlike any other.

Located over an hour west of Saguenay, this charming park is full of activities, sights and surprises – though you’ll need a comfortable pair of shoes!

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From natural wonders like their walking trails and the only granite cave in the Canadian Shield to supernatural excursions like their zipline experience and immersive show, you’re in for a full day of fun, frights and memories.

Described as having one of the “most beautiful landscapes in Quebec,” visitors are encouraged to start wherever their heart desires but should leave enough time in their itinerary for everything!

On their trails and suspension bridges, see the Métabetchouane River, its waterfalls and the remains of a hydroelectric power station, then in their caving system, see rock formations and furry flying critters.

Sound like something you’d be into? During this 30-minute journey alongside an interpretive guide, visitors will wind in and out of three rooms one of which is 68 meters deep – but it gets even more interesting!


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As the only protected natural refuge for bats in the province, we recommend you hold onto your hat because you never know who is flying overhead.

Not thrilling enough? Adrenaline-seekers can ride two zip lines (totalling 350 meters in length), across the park. During this hour and 15-minute journey, you’ll swing, fly, and climb while admiring sweeping panoramas.


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Lastly, explorers can check out their projection room and amphitheatre where a 360-degree production will make you ‘vibrate to the rhythm of the evolution and territory of its occupation.”

It really is a sight to behold.

For tickets or more information, visit their website below, otherwise – give it a visit next time you’re in the area. You’re bound to be amazed!

Parc LeTrou de la Fée, Quebec

Where: Chemin trou de la fée, 7E Avenue, Desbiens, QC