The name ” Palissades ” stems from the rocky cliffs found here. Travelling the paths, strollers will pass along and overlook cliffs renowned as Québec’s highest rock walls with heights of more than 400 meters.
Le Sabot runs near boulders and leads to a belvedere overlooking the marsh and the Lac à Jean, a lake of glacial origin.
From Saint-Siméon, continue on route 170, on approximately 12 km. In winter, parkings are on the side of the route 170.
It is always important to get information from the trail manager before going hiking.