In brief

Outdoor enthusiasts will have a great time in Charlevoix thanks to an array of hiking trails crisscrossing the region. Whether climbing the Mont du Lac-des-Cygnes or the Acropole des Draveurs, you will find an excursion that will meet your expectations. In the backcountry and its national parks or near the shores of the St. Lawrence, adventure awaits at every corner!

  • Hiking trails

    Looking for the best hiking trail? Please refer to this section to find the itinerary of your next day in the outdoors!

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  • Casino de Charlevoix

    After a day outdoors, head to the Casino de Charlevoix to enjoy Retro Casino nights starting on June 29 with the style and rockin’ rhythm of the 50s, followed by the electric energy of the 80s in July. In August, relive the style and decadence of the Roaring 20s. Music, dancers, cocktail and much more!

    Admission is restricted to patrons 18 years of age or older.

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  • Parc national des Grands-Jardins

    Season after season, outdoor activities (hiking, via ferrata, canoeing, kayaking, Nordic skiing and snowshoeing) regale visitors. The parc national des Grands-Jardins is also highly renowned for trout fishing. A favourite site for fishing enthusiasts for over a century, it boasts only indigenous fish for the true connoisseurs’ greatest pleasure.

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    Photo : Steve Deschênes

  • Parc national des Hautres-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie

    Des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie National Park is truly one of the nicest territories in Québec. The river meanders between one of the highest rock faces in eastern Québec and visitors are enthralled by the spectacular landscapes. Whether hiking, cycling or kayaking, a range of activities suitable to all visitors, from the most contemplative to the sportiest, is available.

    See + About Parc national des Hautres-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie

    Photo : Steve Deschênes

  • See our packages

    Go explore settings worthy of a post card and stay in one of the region’s fine lodgings!

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    Photo : Steve Deschênes