The glorious gateway to the Charlevoix and the cradle of New World colonization, Petite-Rivière-Saint-François marks the site of the region’s oldest settlement.
In Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, where the village stretches between mountains and sea in an intimate bond, nature is most generous. Le Massif de Charlevoix and its international ski area located on the highest peaks east of the Canadian Rockies offers skiers and riders the pleasure of sailing majestic trails as they admire grandiose St. Lawrence River scenery. The Mountain is just one of three environments featured in Groupe Le Massif’s tourism and recreation development, which also includes Train touristique de Charlevoix’s touring train, and Hôtel La Ferme in Baie-Saint-Paul.
No matter the season, les Sentiers à Ligori located at the foot of Le Massif’s trails offers a chance to discover flamboyant fall scenery, or an authentic sugar shack experience. Here fun is…guaranteed!
Nearby, the Rivière du Sault sector is a place that once inspired celebrated author Gabrielle Roy, who for a number of years called Petite-Rivière-Saint-François home.