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Parc national des Monts-Valin

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360, rang Saint-Louis, Saint-Fulgence, Québec, G0V 1S0

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CITQ : 216182 (camping)
CITQ : 145456 (cottages)

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For hikers in search of achingly beautiful landscapes, the Monts-Valin give you the region's highest accessible peaks.

In winter, it's a fat bike and cross-country skiing paradise. The Monts-Valin and ghostly Vallée des Fantômes serve up nature of such stunning beauty that you’ll want to stay overnight: in a hut, traditional cabin, or more unusual accommodations.

There's more than one way to answer the call of the wild.



  • Establishment 2 stars
  • J Free wifi
  • & Hiking
  • ó Snowshoeing
  • ù Fatbike

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Monday - Sunday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


Open: June to September and December to March

Thirty-seven species of mammals have been recorded. The list of bird species includes 134 mentions, grouped into 37 families. To date, studies have identified 439 plant species, two-thirds of which are boreal affinity species. A significant number of temperate plants and some arctic-alpine plants have also been identified. The park also boasts 9 varieties of blueberries.

Open: June to September

Fishing for brook trout (or speckled trout) is permitted in many of the lakes and rivers in the park, either on board a supplied or personal boat. There are two possibilities for anglers: day fishing or a fishing package with accommodation.

Trail The Peaks Hike
22 km
Accessible all year round
Difficulty: difficult

Lac-des-Pères Trail
3 km
Accessible all year round
Difficulty: easy

The Mirador Path
3 km
Accessible all year round
Difficulty: easy

The Pic-de-la-Hutte Trail
3 or 16 km
Accessible all year round
Difficulty: easy and intermediate

Le Pic-de-la-Tête-de-Chien Trail
8 km
Accessible all year round
Difficulty: intermediate

5 camping units
Tent only

14 chalets
Capacity of the largest unit: 4 people

Open: June to October and December to March.

The expression "On the northern borders" expresses the special soul of the Monts-Valin National Park, which protects and enhances a sample of the natural region of the Mont Valin massif. In summer, hiking, canoeing, fishing and holidaying are the star activities. In winter, snowshoeing, Nordic skiing and cross-country skiing allow hikers to meet "Mummies and Ghosts".

Open: June to October

The river Valin gives canoeists the opportunity to admire the mountain from a new angle. As they paddle upstream from the Discovery and Services Centre, they will appreciate the meanders of the Valin River and Bélanger Pond. Other beautiful experiences also await them on the lakes in the Martin-Valin sector.

Open: June to October

Bring your own paddle board or rent one on site. Discover the meanders of the river Valin with a view of the mountain.

Open: December to March

Snowshoeing: 77 km of hikes in total from easy to difficult.
Cross-country skiing: 12 km of trails of easy and intermediate calibre.
Fatbike: 2 km of easy trails.