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Parc national des Monts-Valin

The must-dos

From your first steps in the trails, you will feel the light cool wind of the north! From the meanders of Rivière Valin to the rocky peaks of the mountains or the fabulous Vallée des Fantômes, explore the park on foot, skis, snowshoes or by canoe, according to the seasons and at your own pace!

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Parc national des Monts-Valin Steve Deschênes | © Sépaq
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Rivière Valin valley, at the foot of a giant

You can explore this area by canoe on the river or on the trails. The Tête-de-Chien trail, popular in every season, leads halfway up the mountain to an altitude of 576 metres (8 km round trip). On the other side, The Mirador trail offers a stunning view of the wetlands and the mountain (3 km round trip).

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Pic de la Hutte

The Pic de la Hutte peak is 900 metres high. At this altitude, visitors notice differences in vegetation and the exceptional view. The rest stop along the way is a great place to take shelter or have a snack. It is accessible from the Registration Centre (16-km trail round trip) or more easily, by driving up the mountain by car (3-km trail round trip, or a 5-km loop).

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Baie d'Alexis sector

At the foot of the famous Vallée des Fantômes and Pic Dubuc, the Baie d’Alexis sector offers a range of accommodations on the shores of Lac Aux Canots. This is the perfect base camp for exploring the park along the trails or lakes. Couples, families and even groups will find what they need with our variety of accommodations, which offer both comfort and the tranquility of the boreal forest.

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Lac Martin-Valin sector

This is a great place for speckled trout fishing by the day or with accommodations (fishing package). The comfortable cabins are also available to those who simply want to enjoy water sports and the peaceful setting. Canoeing is a great way to explore this network of lakes. Rental available on-site.

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