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Carte - Charlevoix

Getting there

Located an hour’s drive from Quebec City, you can get to Charlevoix by taking Route 138. Two secondary roads, the 381 and 170, also connect Charlevoix to the Saguenay region. You can also get there by bus or by train.

Breathtaking scenery

These two rivers on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River feature spectacular views of wild and rugged valleys. The Charlevoix region located just east of Quebec City has something for artists, gourmets, and anglers alike!

Known as the first salmon rivers to run north of the St. Lawrence, the du Gouffre and Malbaie rivers flow from an important mountain range where many wonderful national parks are found. These waters flow across unspoiled forest valleys and show reflections of brown and red earth. The lower part of these rivers meander through pastoral settings before emptying into the St. Lawrence, in the vicinity of lovely towns and villages. The spectacular scenery here can be admired thanks to several walking paths and hiking trails.

Anglers will have an easy time finding places where to eat and sleep in Charlevoix. Whether you are looking to stay in a cottage or a luxurious hotel, cook for the family or dine in a gourmet restaurant, there are countless options that can suit all budgets here. The Charlevoix region also offers a wide variety of tourist and cultural attractions, some of which are world-renowned.


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