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Due to major rebuilding work on Pont de la Boussole bridge, the western sector of the park will be closed exceptionally as of September 3, 2019. Activities, services, and accommodations between Mont Logan and western Mont Albert will no longer be available as of that date. Route 11 will be completely closed to traffic. See the map.
This national park gives visitors the opportunity to explore an exceptional mountain environment, the habitat of a herd of woodland caribou, the last representatives of this species south of the St. Lawrence River. A mecca for hikers, it holds a diversity of trails, including the one on Mont Jacques-Cartier, Québec’s second highest summit. If you’re looking for an outing on the water, Lac Cascapedia beckons. And in winter, skiing and snowshoeing hold pride of place. Extend your stay at a campground, shelter, cottage or at the Auberge Gîte du Mont-Albert.
- Schedule: Discovery and Visitors Centre: mid-May to mid-October and mid-December to mid-April.
- Admission fees, annual passes available.
- Annual map available.
- Visit the website for other details.
- Since May 2019, dogs will be allowed in all Québec national parks, except in the Anticosti and Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé national parks. However, dogs will only be authorized in certain places. The areas where dogs are allowed vary across parks, depending on the specificities of the territory. Consult the list of places where dogs are authorized in each park during summer on the website www.sepaq.com/animaux.