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RESERVATION POLICY :

No cancellation or postponement can be made by the purchaser. Only Wahsipekuk Tourism can cancel or postpone an activity or shuttle service. Please consult the reservation policy before purchasing.

Interpretation activity at the Putep 't-awt observatory

Duration: 1 hour

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Adult (13 to 64): $12 / Senior (65 and over): $10 / Youth (6 to 12): $8 / Child (5 and under): $0 --- Please note places are limited to 25 people per activity period.

Description:

Come and experience the featured activity “Window on the Belugas”, which uses various technological means to immerse you in the fascinating world of belugas. Guaranteed to amaze! Note that the presence of belugas is not guaranteed during your period on the site.

The hour-long activity takes place at the observatory, at the top of the mountain - a 10-20 min ascent on a gravel path is required. Before or after your activity, don't forget to take the Putep 't-awt trail, a free 2 km discovery trail with interactive interpretation panels that will take you on an educational adventure about Wolastoqey culture and the territory.

Parking :

Use the Gros Cacouna Harbour - Kiskotuk Coastal Park ornithological site parking lot. Depending on your walking speed, it's a 35- to 45-minute walk from the parking lot to the observatory. If the 1.5km walk is too much for you, why not use our electric shuttle at the gift shop? See schedules, fares and where to take the shuttle.

Good to know :

Bring good walking shoes, outdoor clothing and a water bottle. There is no water on site. There are no toilets at the top of the mountain, but there is an ecological toilet at the foot of the mountain. Dogs are not allowed in the interpretation room (except for companion dogs), and eating and drinking are prohibited. The site is entirely non-smoking. For further information, please consult our frequently asked questions.

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Utilisation de la navette électrique de Putep ‘t-awt (ALLER & RETOUR)

For DEPARTURE & RETURN

For Departure only

For Return only

Single fare : $5/person (0 years and older) --- Please note: seating is limited to 16 passengers.

Description : The electric shuttle takes you most of the way to the Putep 't-awt observatory, or simply to the foot of the mountain. Please arrive 5 minutes before each departure (outward and return)...

Parking : You can park your vehicle at the Matuweskewin gift shop, located at 1001 rue du Patrimoine, Cacouna.

Departure point for outward journey : Matuweskewin gift shop - 1001 rue du Patrimoine, Cacouna (towards the foot of the mountain).

Departure point for return trip : Pied de la montagne (towards Matuweskewin gift shop)

Important : Bring your child's booster seat or car seat if he or she is less than 145 cm tall. The shuttle is non-smoking and does not allow dogs (except companion dogs). Eating is not permitted on the shuttle. The shuttle is not accessible to people with reduced mobility as you have to climb 4 steps to get in.

An evening of tales and legends

Duration: 2 hours

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Adult (13 to 64 years): $12 / Senior (65 years and over): $10 / Youth (6 to 12 years): $8 / Child (5 years and under): $0 --- Please note that places are limited to 20 people per activity period.

Description:

Come and discover Wolastoqey culture, where oral tradition will take you through Wolastokuk and explore the Wolastoqiyik way of life. The legends of Wolastoqey oral tradition are stories that describe hundreds, even thousands of years of history. They reflect the bond between Wolastoqiyik and their territory.

Come and take part in this activity, which takes place in the Passereaux sector of Kiskotuk Coastal Park, in the Sqotek pavilion, which means “place of fire” in Wolastoqey latuwewakon. Designed by a Wolastoqey architect with respect for the environment, this infrastructure features a fireplace at its center. It features sculptures by a local artist that relate to the various legends told. Enhanced by an infusion during the break, this experience will enable you to learn more about this Nation and its uniquely rich and instructive stories.

Location: Passerine parking lot - Kiskotuk Coastal Park

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