Forillon, Canada

Parc national du Canada Forillon (Photo credit: abdallahh)

Forillon National Park, one of 42 national parks and park reserves across Canada, is located at the outer tip of the Gaspé Peninsula of Quebec and covers 244 km2 (94 sq mi). Created in 1970, Forillon was the first national park in Quebec. The park includes forests, sea coast, salt marshes, sand dunes, cliffs, and the Eastern End of the Appalachians. The word forillon is thought to have referred to a flowerpot island or sea stack which used to be a landmark in the area but has since collapsed into the ocean. Wikipedia

Parc national du Canada Forillon (Photo credit: abdallahh)
Gaspé (Photo credit: abdallahh)
Parc national du Canada Forillon (Photo credit: abdallahh)
Parc national du Canada Forillon (Photo credit: abdallahh)
Parc Forillon - Sentier des Graves (Photo credit: jacme31)
IMG_0416 (Photo credit: Mills Montreal)
Parc Forillon - Oiseaux sur la vague (Photo credit: jacme31)
Marmotte - Parc Forillon - Sentier des Graves (Photo credit: jacme31)
Forillon (Photo credit: hebdromadaires)
En route vers Cap Gaspé, parc national de Forillon (Photo credit: Emmanuel Milou)
Le phare de Cap Gaspé, parc national de Forillon (Photo credit: Emmanuel Milou)
Gaspé (Photo credit: abdallahh)
IMG_0415 (Photo credit: Mills Montreal)
Parc de Forillon (Nice view) (Photo credit: An en Alain)

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