The view from the end of the Scotora trail.

The park's camping facilities are top notch and reservations can be made online at the SEPAQ web site. This entry covers several hikes: Scotora and Draveur were done in September while Les Loups and La Rivière-Cachée were done in winter. Scotora is a very nice hike that gradually goes up some 1300 feet ending on a beautiful view of the Jacques Cartier river valley, which was carved out by glaciers. Les Loups also offers great views over the valley. I got to see some wildlife on this trip (a couple of beavers along the Scotora), a fox and two mooses along the Draveur trail and on its opposite side (Draveur is a linear trail and I came back by walking on the road which is on the opposite side of the river, thus allowing for more views). The Draveur trail is a long but easy hike with no elevation gain that follows the Jacques Cartier River.