Opemican National Park, Quebec – July 2022 – Part Four, Trails

We did some trails when we were in the Park, now strangely these trails aren’t IN the Park. You have to drive down the highway a ways to access them but they have a few trails, one or two not recommended for families. Here is the link to the list of trails. Click on the link and then scroll down until you see the Trails Table. We did the Falcon Trail, no falcons to be seen but apparently they hang out there. I lugged my 500 mm lens up there for nothing! lol

I did want to mention, there are actually trails in the park also but we like to see the area.

We also did the Inukshuk Trail and at one point saw the guy in the above photo. He was my height and quite impressive. I do love Inukshuks.

Here are some other photos of the trails we did. I think we did another one but I can’t remember and SOMEBODY (me) didn’t keep very good diary entries on these days. And that’s the only way I remember details, I have been keeping a travel diary for years on our trips.

Well that’s all I have on Opemican National Park. I do love visiting Quebec and they have some terrific parks. This park in particular is just over the Ontario/Quebec Border so not too far if you are in that area.

We headed back to Restoule Provincial Park when we left here, one of my favourite parks. Who am I kidding? They are all my favourites.

Stay safe….

11 thoughts on “Opemican National Park, Quebec – July 2022 – Part Four, Trails”

  1. I have to remind myself when I am looking at your photos that these are not the current conditions. 😁 Beautiful albeit! Weather permitting, I will be in search of wildflowers tomorrow. It is supposed to rain all night, so we’ll see what tomorrow brings. 🌻

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  2. Interesting how the green appears in this raging water. How many months before you can head out again? I write a draft Word document when I come home from a long walk because I’d have a difficult time remembering the details, especially because, like you, I don’t post about that walk for months and months. Sometimes I visit several venues on a weekend and draft one long document for what I did on a particular date.

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      1. If you don’t, you’re sunk trying to remember. Years ago when I traveled a lot, I would get the photos developed, put them into an album and use Dynamo labeling tape under each photo. That way I’d never forget where they were taken … especially names of castles, fortresses, etc. Fingers crossed for you that you’re off by Victoria Day!

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