Parc national de la Gaspésie
A veritable sea of mountains with 25 peaks over 1,000 metres, this provincial park in the heart of the Gaspé Peninsula is home to a vast diversity of plants and wildlife. In summer, hiking is in the spotlight with some 140 km of trails. In winter, the Alpine School offers the best tools to respond to the summits, whether on snowshoes or on skis.
1981 Route du Parc, Sainte-Anne-des-Monts, Québec G4V 2E4
Phone: 418 763-7494
Toll Free: 1 800 665-6527
Fax: 418 763-9492
198531 | 220614 | 202101 | 205295
In summer, there are four cabins on the shore of Lac Cascapédia that promise a peaceful and comfortable stay. In June and July, the cabins are available for vacation or with the fishing package, while vacation stays are the focus for the months of August and September.
In winter, in addition to the cabins at the Gîte du Mont-Albert, there are four cabins in the Petit-Saut sector on the quiet banks of the Sainte-Anne river, far from busy areas.
At any time of year, you can stay near the day hiking trails in one of the seven huts at the Mont-Albert campground. There are also 12 backpacking huts available in the backcountry.
The park offers four serviced campgrounds near the major attractions:
This campground provides 14 traditional ready-to-camp sites, six Étoile ready-to-camp sites and 82 other sites, with and without services. Toilets, showers and sanitary facilities. Sites without electricity. Sites available in winter saison.
30 sites without services. Toilets, showers and sanitary facilities.
Camping Lac-Cascapédia campground
72 sites without services. Toilets, showers and sanitary facilities.
De la Rivière campground
28 semi-serviced or non-serviced sites. Toilets, showers and sanitary facilities.
Dogs are allowed in this campground. Please read the applicable rules and the designated areas here: www.sepaq.com/animaux
RV area — La Vallée
This campground has sites designed specifically for trailers and motorhomes. Dogs are allowed. Please read the applicable rules and the designated areas here: www.sepaq.com/animaux
Accommodation: December 18, 2020 to April 10, 2021
Hikers have a variety of choices to immerse themselves in nature: on an easy trail in the valley or up to a bare mountaintop that offers a breathtaking view of the park’s mountainous terrain. Trails range from 1 to 17 km, and from easy to difficult. Those seeking a more challenging adventure will enjoy the backpacking trails.
Water activities: fishing, kayaking, canoeing, pedal boating, stand-up paddleboarding.
Guided outings and talks are offered at the Discovery and Visitors Centre and at Lac Cascapédia.
After enjoying a vast array of activities, you’ll head home with memories to cherish forever. Try snowsoeing, backcountry skiing, cross country skiing, high-road skiing. Guided activities also offered. Equipment rental by reservation only at 1 800 665-6527.
The fascinating secrets of the majestic Chic-Choc mountains are just waiting to be discovered! The Parc national de la Gaspésie is offer an Alpine School to provide cold-weather explorers access to the snowy summits. Professional guides bring powder-loving skiers to the best locations, and snowshoers be able to explore rarely visited alpine areas. To further enrich the experience, adventurers meet daily at the Discovery and Visitors Centre to learn new information, exchange tips and share their experiences.
Learn the art of navigating the mountains and be blown away by witnessing Gaspésie from above.
Discovery and Visitors Center and Mountain School: December 18, 2020 to February 11, 2021: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. February 12 to April 5, 2021: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Membership: ATR Gaspésie, Rando Québec,Camping Québec