Hèbertisme, or Outdoor Physical Tree Challenge

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There was a hike with a view in our campground, so after breakfast we set out for a nice stroll and a view. At the beginning of the trail was a rock with the unfamiliar word, Hèbertisme, written on it.  After walking up the side of the mountain, we came upon a beautifully mulched trail with a series of challenges built from logs and rope. Kids of all ages would love this. Whoever built this is very talented, and they put a huge amount of work into it. There are also signs explaining the challenges and why they might be useful. For instance in pioneer or native american days, they might be used to cross rivers, creeks or canyons. There are also many signs to educate about plants and trees and their uses. Don’t miss this if you are in Tadoussac!

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