Start at the pebble bank, then head towards the end of the Anse du Gouvernement. We recommend that you follow the road to get to the Fond de l’Anse (the river, rarely dry, is often an obstacle to get to the Fond de l’Anse by the shoreline). The path goes through the summit of Tête Pelée, then crosses a floodplain before beginning a descent through the woods towards a clearing that overlooks the Anse aux Soldats. Follow the same directions in reverse to go back.
Start at the Sainte-Thérèse Chapel and go to the Chemin de la Vierge. Walk to the intersection of the path leading to la Belle Rivière, walk along La Belle Rivière and go up towards the top of the cross. To return, take the Chemin de la Butte au Thé and the fields that overlooks the Anse du Gouvernement.
Start at the end of the Scierie parking lot road. Take the path located towards the left, which marks the beginning of the former Pointe Plate Road. Continue on the path in the woods (which is clearly delineated), crossing the Ruisseau de l’Ouest (stream). Go along the first Plaine des Gaules at the foot of the Couline à Franchesse, then, after an s-shaped pathway and a rise, you’ll arrive on the plateau (the second Plaine des Gaules). You can go down towards the ruins of the Couillette Farm (shown in dotted lines on the map); if you do, add an extra hour to your hike. Continue to the path that goes down towards the Pointe-Plate Lighthouse.
Start at the viewpoint indicator, go down towards the Étang du Lac, then follow the direction of the Étang de la Roche sign. Then walk towards the la Cormorandière lookout. Here, you have the choice of going towards Nid à l’Aigle (drawn in dotted lines on the map) or l’Anse à la Roche. This itinerary goes towards l’Anse à la Roche. From the la Cormorandière lookout, join the cliff-side path (west side of the island) and follow it until you come to signs where, finally, you go in the direction of the “Village of Miquelon via the Butte aux Berrys.” For the return trip, take the path that goes north of the Étang du Lac, then head towards the village.