My wife and I are in Quebec from the 3rd Oct. through to 31st. October. We will have use of a car but are not young (65 and 50 plus) and have found that whilst driving, I tend to miss the sights. Thinking of a bus from Quebec City to Matane (Daylight hours) maybe a return ferry across to the Jardin Glacier and then onward to Gaspe. Any advice on clothes/ weather to be expected and the feasibility of my thinking, re hotels enroute or should I drive?
I will be traveling up from Virginia, June 19 to 26, and would like to know what is required for me to be able to fish, either in the ocean or rivers of the Gaspe. Also, is tent camping permitted on the beaches or forest in public land, or confined to prescribed camp areas? Are there public camp areas available?
We are planning a trip to Gaspe in July and will be traveling with a 27ft camping trailer. We would like to know if the roads are in good shape? Also, is it very hilly as this could cause us grief pulling a large trailer? Are there any recommended campgrounds? Thank you.
Arriving in Gaspe on October 6th and would like to hire a taxi to take us sightseeing. Does anyone know if this is possible? Sylvia
I would like to know the best way to get to Gaspe from Boston taking the least amount of time.
I'm planning a summer trip to Quebec for 2004. I live in New Jersey, but I would like to detour through Boston on the way home. Driving, unfortunately, is not an option. While I was looking at ways to get from North East Quebec through NB into Maine, I saw a reference to a ferry going from the Gaspe penninsula to Dalhousie, NB. Has anyone ever taken this ferry? Does it still run in the summer? (I've looked online, but found nothing current.) Any information or alternate suggestions for getting from Gaspe to Boston would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Jen PS-- I know this leg of the trip will probably take a few days, so I'm also open to suggestions on where to take overnight breaks.