Hiking the Eucher path - Eucher Path
Book

Hiking the Eucher path

Eucher path map

PRICE: Free!

WHEN: Every day (ATTENTION, the trail is an “out and back”, consult the map to plan your departure time)

STARTING POINT and PARKING: 672-752 Rte de l’Anse à Benjamin, La Baie, QC G7B 0G3

CONSULT THE MAP

A “must see” if you are in the area!

Your efforts will be rewarded with several breathtaking views of La Baie des Ha! Ha! Immerse yourself in a universe of granite, moss and conifer. As you walk, you will also learn more about the history of places once exploited for the timber trade.

This hike is relatively physical with some difficult passages that require walking shoes. Benches are present at the Croix du Centenaire, which will offer you a good break for your picnic. Bring enough water for your hike. The trail is an out and back with a few loops along the way. Several distances to choose from (between moderate and difficult). Maps are present along the trail at various strategic points. Consult the map to better plan your hike.

The Seven No Trace Principles provide a framework of impact reduction practices and techniques available to anyone who spends time in the outdoors.

  1. PLAN AHEAD AND PREPARE
  2. TRAVEL AND CAMP ON DURABLE SURFACES
  3. DISPOSE OF WASTE PROPERLY
  4. LEAVE WHAT YOU FIND
  5. MINIMIZE CAMPFIRE IMPACTS
  6. RESPECT WILDLIFE
  7. BE CONSIDERATE OF OTHER VISITORS

Lear more about LEAVE NO TRACE : leavenotrace.ca

Your choice makes the difference!

By participating in this activity, you are contributing to efforts to preserve the environment. Contact Nature joins forces with various research and development partners to provide support for the financing of their efforts.

Contact Nature has also been committed since 2020 to a sustainable development policy:

  • Environmental Dimension: Maintaining the integrity of our environment to ensure the health and safety of humans and their ecosystems.
  • Social dimension: Considering the social consequences of our activities, the problems of inequalities, working and living conditions.
  • Economic dimension: Reconciling the viability of our organization with ethical principles such as environmental protection, responsible production and consumption.

Sustainable development and regeneration of the territory are at the heart of Okwari Le Fjord’s priorities. Among the many actions implemented each year, we note in particular the compensation of GHG emissions generated by the use of our vehicles and our work computers.

Contact Nature proudly participates in the international collective 1 % FOR THE PLANET and donates 1% of its turnover to the Outdoors Fund 1% for the planet.

Contact Nature has obtained a certificate of eco-responsible distinction with a rating of 85% with the program The Green Pages.

You may also like...