Parc national des Monts-Valin


Looming 984 metres high, Parc national des Monts-Valin dominates the landscape of the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region. Fishing for speckled trout and canoeing goes on in a multitude of park lakes and rivers. As an alternative to canoeing, stand-up paddling is an original way to explore the twists and turns of Rivière Valin. In the fall, hiking is in the spotlight. Enjoy a day on the trails or some backpacking with hut accommodations. With an exceptional snow cover, winter turns this territory into an ideal spot for snowshoeing or backcountry skiing. A Snowcat shuttle takes visitors to the base of Vallée des Fantômes. Mummies and ghosts will then accompany them to the summit, 3 kilometres away.

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Your cabin awaits you for the holiday season

Snow‑covered pine trees, outdoor activities, and a crackling wood fire – all the required ingredients for a memorable stay! Take advantage of the holiday season to play outside, recharge your batteries and celebrate with your loved ones. Book your cabin today.

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Hut: dare to be adventurous!

Calling all winter hiking enthusiasts! It’s time to get off the beaten track. You can organize the perfect outing to one of our outdoor destinations and make a stop at one of our huts located near ski or snowshoe trails.

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Camping in national parks: bookings for summer 2016

Starting February 6 and 7, 2016, you can book your national park campsite for next summer. The calendar to find out what time the booking period opens for the national park of your choice will be available soon.

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Annual Parcs Québec Network Card

Your pass for our protected areas. Enjoy an unlimited acces to the 24 Québec’s national parks for a period of 12 months! Details


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