Explore an exceptional mountain environment, which is the habitat of the only herd of woodland caribou south of the St. Lawrence.
A popular hiking destination, the park offers a variety of trails, including one on Mount Jacques-Cartier, Québec’s second highest summit.
The new Mountain School offers the best tools to answer the call of the park’s peaks. Guide services and gear rentals for backcountry skiing, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
In all seasons, you can extend your visit by camping in the park or staying in a hut, a cabin or at the Auberge Gîte du Mont-Albert.
- Open: Discovery and Visitors Centre: May to October and December to mid-April.
- Admission fees, annual passes available.
- Annual map available.
- Since 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.
- You can be served in English, and translated materials are available.
- 3Partially accessible
- ±Regional products sold on-site
- îGuided visits
- 6Meeting room
- PElectric vehicle charging station
- hPicnic area