The Pic de l'Aurore
(Peak o'Dawn) is a cliff culminating at about 800 feet at the west entrance of the village of Percé
on the Gaspé Peninsula
. From its top you can view on both the bay of Gaspé up to the Forillon National Park of Canada
, and the bay of Percé including the Percé Rock
and the Parc national de L'Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé
. The Cliff also shares its name with the Au Pic de l'Aurore Village Chalet
, a lodging facility located about 300 feet below the top.