The Québec maritime Blog


Off the Coast of Gaspésie… A Sea of Flavours!

   |   By Diane Drapeau

Surrounded by the Estuary and Gulf of St. Lawrence and bordered to the south by magnificent Chaleur Bay, Gaspésie is one of the most beautiful regions in the world. Originating from the Mi’gmaq word Gespeg, which means “land’s end,” Gaspésie is a vast peninsula at the edge of the world that also offers a cornucopia of culinary delights to discover!

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Savour the Unique Flavours of Gaspésie

   |   By Julie Aubé

Between sea breezes and wild forests, remote mountains and lively fishing harbours, cultivated fields and colourful villages, Gaspésie is home to a wide variety of landscapes that provide a wide range of locally grown and locally produced food.

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A Winter Road Trip Through Gaspésie

   |   By Callum Snape

Translated from the Mi’gmaq First Nations tongue, Gaspé means Land's End. My road trip around the Gaspé Peninsula began here, at the very tip of this beautiful region. The East Coast is renowned for heavy wet snow, but this was light and soft, just as good, if not better than the snow out west.

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5 Days of Fun and Powder in Gaspésie

   |   By Taylor Burk

Coming from Western Canada with little prior knowledge of the region, I was pleasantly surprised to discover world-class alpine skiing. The underrated Gaspé Peninsula is the best powder skiing you’ll get east of the Rockies, which I got to experience first-hand during my five-day trip with fellow photographer Callum Snape.

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