Tourisme Charlevoix

Parcs nationaux de Charlevoix (Sépaq)

About

Explore both national parks in the Charlevoix region; Des Grands-Jardins national park forming one of the central areas of the Charlevoix Biosphere Reserve, and the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park featuring some of the highest rock walls East of the Rockies! Hike the scenic trails, explore the many lakes and rivers, enjoy a leisurely activity. So many options to choose from. What do you feel like doing to day?

Lodging

Description

Parcs nationaux de Charlevoix (Sépaq)

  • Services & equipments

    • Washer - dryer
    • Lodging in a yurt
    • Ben linen at a cost
    • Water body
    • Front Desk
    • Nearby parking

Activities

  • Come and meet a naturalist park keeper aboard the riverboat or rabaska canoe, for an evening chat or planned activities, and he’ll introduce you to the park in his own way. Or pick up a self-guided tour guide to explore the Malbaie River at your own pace. Guaranteed fun!

  • Climbing is allowed on two rock walls, the Acropole des Draveurs and that of the gates to hell. This second rock wall is located between the Acropole and the Cran des Érables.

  • Whether a beginner or experienced, this is a nice way to discover the breathtaking landscapes and the secrets of the valley between the dam of maples and the bracket sector. You can rent a boat for 1 h, a block of 4 hours or an entire day equipment rental center. Guaranteed fun!

  • Discover the enormous potential of the Malbaie River. Ideal place to learn about fishing with family or friends, wading or boat. Black Lake, meanwhile, allows you to tease the fish in an exceptional environment rowboat. Brook trout and unforgettable sensations featured therein.

  • Seven hiking trails are available for exploring the park. The most spectacular, difficult level, Acropole des Draveurs from a height of 800 meters in altitude offers a unique perspective. Other easy and intermediate trails will not leave you indifferent. Good discovery!

    Access: Centre de découverte et de services Félix-Antoine-Savard, via St-Aimé-des-Lacs
    Paid entry
    Total lenght : 14.4 km
    Difficulty : Easy - Intermediate - Difficult
    Access period : Mid-May at Mid-October
    Picnic Area
    Restaurant

  • Discovering the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park is also possible in the company of a naturalist park keeper. From May to October, guided services are available to meet your various needs.

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • Come and meet a naturalist park keeper aboard the riverboat or rabaska canoe, for an evening chat or planned activities, and he’ll introduce you to the park in his own way. Or pick up a self-guided tour guide to explore the Malbaie River at your own pace. Guaranteed fun!

  • Climbing is allowed on two rock walls, the Acropole des Draveurs and that of the gates to hell. This second rock wall is located between the Acropole and the Cran des Érables.

  • Whether a beginner or experienced, this is a nice way to discover the breathtaking landscapes and the secrets of the valley between the dam of maples and the bracket sector. You can rent a boat for 1 h, a block of 4 hours or an entire day equipment rental center. Guaranteed fun!

  • Discover the enormous potential of the Malbaie River. Ideal place to learn about fishing with family or friends, wading or boat. Black Lake, meanwhile, allows you to tease the fish in an exceptional environment rowboat. Brook trout and unforgettable sensations featured therein.

  • Seven hiking trails are available for exploring the park. The most spectacular, difficult level, Acropole des Draveurs from a height of 800 meters in altitude offers a unique perspective. Other easy and intermediate trails will not leave you indifferent. Good discovery!

    Access: Centre de découverte et de services Félix-Antoine-Savard, via St-Aimé-des-Lacs
    Paid entry
    Total lenght : 14.4 km
    Difficulty : Easy - Intermediate - Difficult
    Access period : Mid-May at Mid-October
    Picnic Area
    Restaurant

  • Discovering the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park is also possible in the company of a naturalist park keeper. From May to October, guided services are available to meet your various needs.

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • Come and meet a naturalist park keeper aboard the riverboat or rabaska canoe, for an evening chat or planned activities, and he’ll introduce you to the park in his own way. Or pick up a self-guided tour guide to explore the Malbaie River at your own pace. Guaranteed fun!

  • Climbing is allowed on two rock walls, the Acropole des Draveurs and that of the gates to hell. This second rock wall is located between the Acropole and the Cran des Érables.

  • Whether a beginner or experienced, this is a nice way to discover the breathtaking landscapes and the secrets of the valley between the dam of maples and the bracket sector. You can rent a boat for 1 h, a block of 4 hours or an entire day equipment rental center. Guaranteed fun!

  • Discover the enormous potential of the Malbaie River. Ideal place to learn about fishing with family or friends, wading or boat. Black Lake, meanwhile, allows you to tease the fish in an exceptional environment rowboat. Brook trout and unforgettable sensations featured therein.

  • Seven hiking trails are available for exploring the park. The most spectacular, difficult level, Acropole des Draveurs from a height of 800 meters in altitude offers a unique perspective. Other easy and intermediate trails will not leave you indifferent. Good discovery!

    Access: Centre de découverte et de services Félix-Antoine-Savard, via St-Aimé-des-Lacs
    Paid entry
    Total lenght : 14.4 km
    Difficulty : Easy - Intermediate - Difficult
    Access period : Mid-May at Mid-October
    Picnic Area
    Restaurant

  • Discovering the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park is also possible in the company of a naturalist park keeper. From May to October, guided services are available to meet your various needs.

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • Come and meet a naturalist park keeper aboard the riverboat or rabaska canoe, for an evening chat or planned activities, and he’ll introduce you to the park in his own way. Or pick up a self-guided tour guide to explore the Malbaie River at your own pace. Guaranteed fun!

  • Climbing is allowed on two rock walls, the Acropole des Draveurs and that of the gates to hell. This second rock wall is located between the Acropole and the Cran des Érables.

  • Whether a beginner or experienced, this is a nice way to discover the breathtaking landscapes and the secrets of the valley between the dam of maples and the bracket sector. You can rent a boat for 1 h, a block of 4 hours or an entire day equipment rental center. Guaranteed fun!

  • Discover the enormous potential of the Malbaie River. Ideal place to learn about fishing with family or friends, wading or boat. Black Lake, meanwhile, allows you to tease the fish in an exceptional environment rowboat. Brook trout and unforgettable sensations featured therein.

  • Seven hiking trails are available for exploring the park. The most spectacular, difficult level, Acropole des Draveurs from a height of 800 meters in altitude offers a unique perspective. Other easy and intermediate trails will not leave you indifferent. Good discovery!

    Access: Centre de découverte et de services Félix-Antoine-Savard, via St-Aimé-des-Lacs
    Paid entry
    Total lenght : 14.4 km
    Difficulty : Easy - Intermediate - Difficult
    Access period : Mid-May at Mid-October
    Picnic Area
    Restaurant

  • Discovering the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park is also possible in the company of a naturalist park keeper. From May to October, guided services are available to meet your various needs.

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • Come and meet a naturalist park keeper aboard the riverboat or rabaska canoe, for an evening chat or planned activities, and he’ll introduce you to the park in his own way. Or pick up a self-guided tour guide to explore the Malbaie River at your own pace. Guaranteed fun!

  • Whether a beginner or experienced, this is a nice way to discover the breathtaking landscapes and the secrets of the valley between the dam of maples and the bracket sector. You can rent a boat for 1 h, a block of 4 hours or an entire day equipment rental center. Guaranteed fun!

  • Discover the enormous potential of the Malbaie River. Ideal place to learn about fishing with family or friends, wading or boat. Black Lake, meanwhile, allows you to tease the fish in an exceptional environment rowboat. Brook trout and unforgettable sensations featured therein.

  • Discover the remarkable history, fauna and geological features of the Parc national des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie with a park warden on board Le Menaud riverboat (48 passengers). Navigate between the steepest rock cliffs east of the Canadian Rockies.

  • Seven hiking trails are available for exploring the park. The most spectacular, difficult level, Acropole des Draveurs from a height of 800 meters in altitude offers a unique perspective. Other easy and intermediate trails will not leave you indifferent. Good discovery!

    Access: Centre de découverte et de services Félix-Antoine-Savard, via St-Aimé-des-Lacs
    Paid entry
    Total lenght : 14.4 km
    Difficulty : Easy - Intermediate - Difficult
    Access period : Mid-May at Mid-October
    Picnic Area
    Restaurant

  • Together with Vélo Québec, the Sépaq has set a network of campgrounds “Bienvenue cyclistes” (« Welcome cyclists »)! Enjoy sites reserved exclusively for cyclists, easy of access and available without advance booking.

  • Discovering the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park is also possible in the company of a naturalist park keeper. From May to October, guided services are available to meet your various needs.

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • Come and meet a naturalist park keeper aboard the riverboat or rabaska canoe, for an evening chat or planned activities, and he’ll introduce you to the park in his own way. Or pick up a self-guided tour guide to explore the Malbaie River at your own pace. Guaranteed fun!

  • Whether a beginner or experienced, this is a nice way to discover the breathtaking landscapes and the secrets of the valley between the dam of maples and the bracket sector. You can rent a boat for 1 h, a block of 4 hours or an entire day equipment rental center. Guaranteed fun!

  • Discover the enormous potential of the Malbaie River. Ideal place to learn about fishing with family or friends, wading or boat. Black Lake, meanwhile, allows you to tease the fish in an exceptional environment rowboat. Brook trout and unforgettable sensations featured therein.

  • Discover the remarkable history, fauna and geological features of the Parc national des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie with a park warden on board Le Menaud riverboat (48 passengers). Navigate between the steepest rock cliffs east of the Canadian Rockies.

  • Seven hiking trails are available for exploring the park. The most spectacular, difficult level, Acropole des Draveurs from a height of 800 meters in altitude offers a unique perspective. Other easy and intermediate trails will not leave you indifferent. Good discovery!

    Access: Centre de découverte et de services Félix-Antoine-Savard, via St-Aimé-des-Lacs
    Paid entry
    Total lenght : 14.4 km
    Difficulty : Easy - Intermediate - Difficult
    Access period : Mid-May at Mid-October
    Picnic Area
    Restaurant

  • Together with Vélo Québec, the Sépaq has set a network of campgrounds “Bienvenue cyclistes” (« Welcome cyclists »)! Enjoy sites reserved exclusively for cyclists, easy of access and available without advance booking.

  • Discovering the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park is also possible in the company of a naturalist park keeper. From May to October, guided services are available to meet your various needs.

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • Come and meet a naturalist park keeper aboard the riverboat or rabaska canoe, for an evening chat or planned activities, and he’ll introduce you to the park in his own way. Or pick up a self-guided tour guide to explore the Malbaie River at your own pace. Guaranteed fun!

  • Whether a beginner or experienced, this is a nice way to discover the breathtaking landscapes and the secrets of the valley between the dam of maples and the bracket sector. You can rent a boat for 1 h, a block of 4 hours or an entire day equipment rental center. Guaranteed fun!

  • Discover the enormous potential of the Malbaie River. Ideal place to learn about fishing with family or friends, wading or boat. Black Lake, meanwhile, allows you to tease the fish in an exceptional environment rowboat. Brook trout and unforgettable sensations featured therein.

  • Discover the remarkable history, fauna and geological features of the Parc national des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie with a park warden on board Le Menaud riverboat (48 passengers). Navigate between the steepest rock cliffs east of the Canadian Rockies.

  • Seven hiking trails are available for exploring the park. The most spectacular, difficult level, Acropole des Draveurs from a height of 800 meters in altitude offers a unique perspective. Other easy and intermediate trails will not leave you indifferent. Good discovery!

    Access: Centre de découverte et de services Félix-Antoine-Savard, via St-Aimé-des-Lacs
    Paid entry
    Total lenght : 14.4 km
    Difficulty : Easy - Intermediate - Difficult
    Access period : Mid-May at Mid-October
    Picnic Area
    Restaurant

  • Together with Vélo Québec, the Sépaq has set a network of campgrounds “Bienvenue cyclistes” (« Welcome cyclists »)! Enjoy sites reserved exclusively for cyclists, easy of access and available without advance booking.

  • Discovering the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park is also possible in the company of a naturalist park keeper. From May to October, guided services are available to meet your various needs.

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • Come and meet a naturalist park keeper aboard the riverboat or rabaska canoe, for an evening chat or planned activities, and he’ll introduce you to the park in his own way. Or pick up a self-guided tour guide to explore the Malbaie River at your own pace. Guaranteed fun!

  • Whether a beginner or experienced, this is a nice way to discover the breathtaking landscapes and the secrets of the valley between the dam of maples and the bracket sector. You can rent a boat for 1 h, a block of 4 hours or an entire day equipment rental center. Guaranteed fun!

  • Discover the enormous potential of the Malbaie River. Ideal place to learn about fishing with family or friends, wading or boat. Black Lake, meanwhile, allows you to tease the fish in an exceptional environment rowboat. Brook trout and unforgettable sensations featured therein.

  • Discover the remarkable history, fauna and geological features of the Parc national des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie with a park warden on board Le Menaud riverboat (48 passengers). Navigate between the steepest rock cliffs east of the Canadian Rockies.

  • Seven hiking trails are available for exploring the park. The most spectacular, difficult level, Acropole des Draveurs from a height of 800 meters in altitude offers a unique perspective. Other easy and intermediate trails will not leave you indifferent. Good discovery!

    Access: Centre de découverte et de services Félix-Antoine-Savard, via St-Aimé-des-Lacs
    Paid entry
    Total lenght : 14.4 km
    Difficulty : Easy - Intermediate - Difficult
    Access period : Mid-May at Mid-October
    Picnic Area
    Restaurant

  • Together with Vélo Québec, the Sépaq has set a network of campgrounds “Bienvenue cyclistes” (« Welcome cyclists »)! Enjoy sites reserved exclusively for cyclists, easy of access and available without advance booking.

  • Discovering the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park is also possible in the company of a naturalist park keeper. From May to October, guided services are available to meet your various needs.

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • Come and meet a naturalist park keeper aboard the riverboat or rabaska canoe, for an evening chat or planned activities, and he’ll introduce you to the park in his own way. Or pick up a self-guided tour guide to explore the Malbaie River at your own pace. Guaranteed fun!

  • Whether a beginner or experienced, this is a nice way to discover the breathtaking landscapes and the secrets of the valley between the dam of maples and the bracket sector. You can rent a boat for 1 h, a block of 4 hours or an entire day equipment rental center. Guaranteed fun!

  • Discover the enormous potential of the Malbaie River. Ideal place to learn about fishing with family or friends, wading or boat. Black Lake, meanwhile, allows you to tease the fish in an exceptional environment rowboat. Brook trout and unforgettable sensations featured therein.

  • Discover the remarkable history, fauna and geological features of the Parc national des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie with a park warden on board Le Menaud riverboat (48 passengers). Navigate between the steepest rock cliffs east of the Canadian Rockies.

  • Seven hiking trails are available for exploring the park. The most spectacular, difficult level, Acropole des Draveurs from a height of 800 meters in altitude offers a unique perspective. Other easy and intermediate trails will not leave you indifferent. Good discovery!

    Access: Centre de découverte et de services Félix-Antoine-Savard, via St-Aimé-des-Lacs
    Paid entry
    Total lenght : 14.4 km
    Difficulty : Easy - Intermediate - Difficult
    Access period : Mid-May at Mid-October
    Picnic Area
    Restaurant

  • Together with Vélo Québec, the Sépaq has set a network of campgrounds “Bienvenue cyclistes” (« Welcome cyclists »)! Enjoy sites reserved exclusively for cyclists, easy of access and available without advance booking.

  • Discovering the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park is also possible in the company of a naturalist park keeper. From May to October, guided services are available to meet your various needs.

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

  • This winter the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park rolls out the white carpet. A must destination in Charlevoix’s backcountry, the Vallée des glaces has an abundance of activities such as snowshoeing, Hok skiing, fatbike and skating on the river. The new Echo chalets, de l’Équerre relay refuge and the service center Le Draveur located at the heart of the valley will allow you to fully enjoy this paradise for winter enthusiasts. Guaranteed fun!

Description

  • Features

    • Picnic area
    • Animation
    • Souvenir shop
    • Free WiFi
    • Restrooms
    • Pets allowed
    • Paid admission
  • About the establishment

    • Welcom cyclists
  • Services et équipement

    • Nearby parking
  • Réservation

    • Tarifs de groupe disponible
  • Adventure in the nature's heart

    Des Grands-Jardins national park proposes a multitude of high intensity adventures; via ferrata, hiking to the summit of Mont du Lac-des-Cygnes, or an exciting canoeing experience. After such a full day, discover the park by night, while enjoying the comfort of an intimate chalet or near a lake.

    See + About Adventure in the nature's heart

    Photo : Parc national des Grands-Jardins, Sépaq

  • A hike surrounded by breathtaking landscapes

    Experience the adventure and explore all the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie National Park has to offer. Go through the legendary Acropole des Draveurs path displaying a stunning panorama, to Les Rapides trail leading to the river shores, the park will provide challenges of all levels, to all types of hikers.

    See + About A hike surrounded by breathtaking landscapes

    Photo : Steve Deschênes, parc national des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie, Sépaq

  • Discover the Rivière Malbaie

    Book now your riverboat cruise in the heart of the Malbaie River valley, a spectacular sector! Open your eyes wide and let the river narrate, transport and amaze you. Try the cruise at dusk providing a very different experience. You may get the opportunity to observe the wildlife often awakening at that time of the day.

    See + About Discover the Rivière Malbaie

    Photo : Mathieu Dupuis, parc national des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie, Sépaq

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Contact informations

25, Boul. Notre-Dame
Clermont (QC)  G4A 1C2

  418 439-1227

Visit the official site of Parcs nationaux de Charlevoix (Sépaq)

Schedule

Open year-around

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