There exist terrestrial paradises that one must discover. The SEBKA is one of these oasis of peace and quietness that revives the souls of all walkers.
The six kilometres of the pedestrial trails on the site cross the Monadnock which is the rocky mass that overhangs the St Lawrence River. On these trails, sometimes wooded, sometimes open, you will discover the diversity of fauna and maritime flora. Moreover, information about the ecosystem of the sandbanks is dispersed along the path so that you can learn while relaxing.
The six kilometres of the trails of the Amphitheatre give the hikers the chance to walk through a mixed forest to reach the two belvederes that offer an amazing landscape, a unique panorama, uniting sea and mountain. You can also enjoy the odors of the underwoods while admiring the plants of this fragile but very rich ecosystem. To access the parking, you must have a parking ticket issued by the SEBKA. The annual membership card and the daily ticket that give access to the trails of the Amphitheatre are on sale at the Reception Pavilion.
The graying sun and the caressing breeze are elements which make the paths of the Monadnock and the Amphitheatre a unique walking experience, making it possible to appreciate the Lower Saint Lawrence to its maximum.
Mid-May to mid-October