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Parc national de la Gaspésie

Summer 2022: new opening periods for Mont Albert, Mont Xalibu and Mont Jacques-Cartier Details

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Protected area. Enriching nature experiences.

Parc national de la Gaspésie was created in April 1937 in order to permanently protect the Gaspésie Caribou and the beauty of Mont Albert and the McGerrigle Mountains, as well as the Rivière Sainte-Anne salmon. The park is now recognized as a mecca for hiking in Québec. The altitude of these mountains deeply influences the climate that moulds the landscape and creates a diversity of species unique to Québec, and even the world. Arctic-alpine plants and tundra landscapes form a habitat for a herd of woodland caribou, the last representatives of this species south of the St. Lawrence.

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Park access authorization

To preserve the quality of the natural environment and the experience of visitors and employees, the number of visitors who can access a national park in a single day is limited. It is strongly recommended that you purchase your daily right of access online prior to a visit or buy an annual pass.

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Our team's favourites

Discover the most spectacular elements of the park, this protected area perfect for enriching nature experiences. I'm interested


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Mountain School

Accompanied by a professional guide, you'll have the opportunity to explore snow-covered trails, access spectacular lookouts, and then hit the slopes in the powder. No equipment? No problem. You can rent everything you need at the Parc national de la Gaspésie Mountain School. Find out more


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Extend Your Fishing Trip

In the mood for a few more days of fishing? Plan next summer’s fishing trip with cabin accommodations and get 15% off the third and subsequent days. Details


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Cohabitation with vulnerable or threatened species

We ask for your cooperation to ensure a harmonious cohabitation between visitors and the wildlife present on the territory. It is essential to preserve the peace and quiet of the various species by keeping a safe distance from them, especially those considered vulnerable or threatened, such as caribou. These species are very sensitive to disturbance and any situation that could lead to an interaction with humans must be avoided.


Don't move firewood

A single piece of firewood can destroy millions of trees. Invasive insects and diseases can hide inside it. Buy it locally. Burn it on site. Find out more

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