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Protected area. Enriching nature experiences.

Parc national des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie was named after a series of valleys cut deep into a range of high mountains.The Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie are among the highest rock faces East of the Rockies! Steep slopes, beautiful natural surroundings, and the unusual course of Rivière Malbaie make this an exceptional site. Come and take a voyage into the heart of the Land of Menaud, where time stops but the spectacle goes on and on. This national park has the privilege of being one of the core zones of the Charlevoix Biosphere Reserve.

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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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Enjoy local Charlevoix products

Combine the culinary delights of Charlevoix with the beauty of the park's landscapes! A food service at Le Draveur Visitors Centre offers local products from the region: duck sandwich, smoked trout panini, smoked pork, Charlevoix microbrewery beer, and more. Details


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Destination Baie-Saint-Paul

Feeling like getting inspired during your summer vacations? Baie-Saint-Paul is a cultural capital, magnificent pedestrian village, where wonders and splendors meet between mountains and rivers.  Poets, painters and public entertainers have found there a deeper inspiration, greater than nature. Come and find yours!


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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.

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