This huge lake with 210 miles of shoreline and beaches is a prime location for sailing, rafting, swimming and fishing.


447 km – A40E – 155N
Montagnais invites you to discover the only indigenous community in the region. Millennium point of meeting of the Premières Nations du Québec, the city was founded in 1956 by the Canadian government. Cottages, campgrounds, craft shops and the Indian Museum (1787 Amishk) will make you discover the richness of this culture.


462 km – A40E – 155N
Discover chocolate and cheese makers as well as micro-breweries in the region. Attend the free night show Water, Sound and Light at the Parc du Sacré-Coeur. Furthermore, discover the Zoo Sauvage (2230 boulevard du Jardin) with its thousand animals including Japanese macaques, the tigers de l’Amour and the Bactrian camels.


580 km – 169
Visit the Parc thématique l’Odyssée des Bâtisseurs (1671 North Avenue Bridge) and discover how water has promoted the development of the region.


640 km – 172E
The town of Saguenay is situated at the end of the Saguenay Fjord. It was merged with the towns of Jonquière, Chicoutimi and La Baie. Cruises (Parc national du Fjord at La Baie) offer you to discover unique landscapes, accessible only by boat.


766 km – 172E
Situated at the confluence of the Saint Laurent River and the Saguenay Fjord, Tadoussac will charm you with its landscapes, its bay, sand dunes where it is possible to observe whales. At the Centre d’interprétation des mammifères marins (108 rue de la Cale-Sèche), discover the life of these giants of the sea.

Baleine Tadoussac