From Routhierville to Saint-Moïse
Follow the meanderering world-renowned salmon rivers in La Matapédia in search of the most beautiful specimens. Learn more about this fascinating species in sites dedicated to its observation and history.
This sector also offers many other opportunities to enjoy outdoor activities, including hiking, rock climbing on via ferrate, mountain biking, hunting and fishing. La Matapédia is also home to hundreds of kilometres of quad biking trails through beautiful farmland and along winding rivers.
For a nature getaway with your family or friends or as a couple, La Matapédia is the place to visit!
Attractions in La Matapédia to Discover by Quad
A true quad-biking paradise, the Matapedia Valley invites you to explore over 690 km of trails dotted with many attractions.Learn more
Explore the Matapédia Valley, a Quad Biking Paradise!
Here is a suggested itinerary for a 4-day adventure in the Matapédia Valley in Gaspésie in the fall. Whether you are a beginner or experienced four-wheeler rider, you can discover the best viewpoints in the Matapédia Valley along 700 km of exceptional trails.Learn more
Causapscal is located in the heart of a beautiful forested area, the Matapedia Valley. In 1839, an important relay station was established at the meeting Matapedia and Causapscal rivers. For nearly a century, Causapscal attracted many visitors by the practice of Atlantic salmon fishing. In 1870, Lord Mount Stephen put up a real fishing area by buying many lands bordering the Matapedia and Causapscal rivers. [...]
Lac-au-Saumon is home to a park that will entertain the whole family. Admire an unusual view from the shore of the lake. The park is known for the large-scale events held there every year. The municipality is also home to an exceptional built heritage. Drive or walk along the streets to discover the history of this village with Acadian origins. [...]
Amqui means “the place to have fun” in the Mi’gmaq language. Located at the point where the Matapédia River and Lake Matapédia meet, at the intersection of routes 132 and 195, Amqui is a village-relais, which means it offers a diversity of quality services, including accommodations. Its horticultural beautification efforts have earned the town four “florets” (awarded by Fleurons du Québec). [...]
Located on the shores of Lake Matapédia, the municipality of Val-Brillant is a local treasure that charms visitors with beautiful scenery and access to nature. Campground, marina and trails in the Bois et Berges park. [...]
Established in 1873 and the oldest municipality in the Matapédia Valley, Saint-Moïse is proud of its vast and imposing Renaissancestyle church built in 1914. Bordered by mountains offering majestic colours, Saint-Moïse is a popular estination that offers fresh air as well as quad and snowmobile trails. [...]