Climb Mont Saint-Joseph or Mont Mégantic; discover ASTROLab and the astronomical observatories; explore both the mountain and the sky.
A unique voyage from the Earth to the stars! Come and enjoy the unique experience of stargazing in the heart of the first international dark sky reserve.
Five minutes from Mont-Mégantic National Park, the Domaine des Montagnais includes 13 cabins, 5 suites and 5 rooms available to rent.
It’s an authentic place to relax while watching the sun set behind the mountains. Tempting, isn’t it?
Catch your breath at this municipal rest stop if you’re biking or taking the Mini Compostelle route.
Stay in a high-end cabin in a wooded area just steps from Lac Mégantic! Cozy comfort in a log cabin, calm decor, a private beach and a spa await you!
This well-maintained multipurpose route means several kilometres of pure family fun!
Parc des Vétérans is located in the heart of downtown and provides an exceptional view of the lake, with Mont Mégantic in the background.
The exceptional condition of the Chaudière River, its banks and its wetlands makes it one of a kind.
Ready to add this stop to your adventure? Whatever the season, Station touristique Baie-des-Sables will exceed your expectations!
This rest stop is the starting point for the Sentier Un Lac au Sommet, one of the starring attractions of the Summit Drive trails. Have fun!
This park boasts multi-use trails that make for a 16.6-km round trip. Entirely located in the forest, the trail is covered with rock dust and makes for an easy hike.
Parc du Grand lac St-François is a calm, peaceful place that’s ideal for relaxing and having fun with family or friends.
Do you like camping? Here, you can access a dozen platforms and four rustic cabins. They are available from May to December. At each site, you’ll find a picnic table and a fire pit.
La Source is THE recreational-tourism complex on the shores of Lac Saint-François. Located in Saint-Romain, come for a unique, festive experience.
Made of igneous rock, the Cimes trail will reveal the ridges of the Mont Mégantic massif.
Rated among the top three most beautiful panoramas in Quebec. A century-old chapel, visited by many hikers, awaits you at the summit and invites you for some contemplation.
With a bird’s eye view of the interior of the massif, the Escarpements trail will please adventurers young and old, whatever the season.
This trail for experienced hikers crisscrosses the undergrowth of the mossy fir trees and deciduous forest. Don’t forget your bathing suit! You might want to jump in Lac Thor or do some sunbathing!