Here is where you have to change your car for a spot in one of the park's public buses. In summer the lines are very long. The bus will stop at the different stops, and the views are more or less the same. They allow you enough time to get off and look before another bus comes along. The last stop is Hermist rest. This place is in memory of a Quebecer named Louis Boucher, who planted a vegetable garden in the year 1890 while searching for gold in the area. There is a typical monument and a commemorative photo of Hermist having traveled the route.