A paradise for hiking enthusiasts, Gaspésie National Park offers a spectacular mountain environment.
The Chic-Chocs and McGerrigle mountains cross the park with their 25 peaks including Mont Jacques-Cartier, the second highest mountain 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.
- Convenience store
- Scenic lookouts
- Firewood for sale ($)
- Dumping station at the campground entrance
- Nature interpretation activities
- Hiking trails
- Boat rental ($): canoe, kayak, pedalboat, paddleboard etc
1981, route du Parc, Sainte Anne des Monts, (QC)
(Translated by Google) In the heart of the park