A little Further North: Forillon National Park, Quebec

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A little Further North: Forillon National Park, Quebec

Post: # 23841Post falldrivingisfun
Mon Oct 16, 2023 8:17 am

Last week I went to Forillon National Park in Quebec just above New Brunswick. This is a very nice park. Although I don't show it here, there are hillsides with fall color right now in addition to the sea cliffs. Moose can be seen by driving at night or visiting the beaver pond evening or very early morning. Porcupines and foxes also come out in evening. The campgrounds roads seem to have the most wildlife. Bear scatt is pretty common, I saw 5 bear scats in less than 24 hours. I suspect an early morning walk/drive around the campground areas would produce a sighting. The trails off portage area would also seem good.

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