Le Monde Enchante De Mon Enfance - Hiking

Le Monde Enchante de mon Enfance - Hiking

Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean, Quebec


Difficulty Easy
Distance 11 KM




This trail system was built by a family wishing to perpetuate the magic of childhood. The trails wind through a forest where there are old trees and a maple grove. In the browsing, you will see sculptures, a lake with a dam, a cave, streams and six waterfalls. We will have a view of one of them, flowing between rocks from a covered bridge spanning the. Covered bridges on the site each contain a photo of a poet and some of his texts. The trails pass through shelters whose first floor, open plan, made gazebo office overlooking the Saguenay River, the village and the surrounding mountains.


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Contact Information

(518) 381-4700

Rating and comments

Wiley Fausto
Wiley Fausto
Un melange de nature et de décor de cinéma enchanté...
Brice Kreitzer
Brice Kreitzer
Superbe promenade dans les bois parsemée de créations artistiques poétiques.
Linda Jackson
Linda Jackson
This hiking area is on few tourist brochures. The entire area is maintained by a very interesting fellow who has cut some trails, built some bridges and camps for us all to enjoy at no charge. Some of the statues / decorations / things you see along the way are "interesting". We encountered him and talked to him for 20 or so minutes. It was a highlight of the week we spent up there. We only hiked to the overlook of the fjord because we were low on time. We didn't see any other person up here.
Michael Haywood
Michael Haywood
Wunderschön gemachte Wanderwege... Kunst und Natur
Lydia Crawford
Lydia Crawford
Nous avons passé pour voir les chutes et vos belvédères - sont magnifiques! La terrain est immense et très belle. Malheureusement, nous n'avons pas faire les autres sentiers.

Starting Point


Discover the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean

The Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean  is the third largest administrative region in Quebec, known for its  wonderful  green landscapes. Geographically it  is located to the south,  on the north shore of the St. Lawrence fleuve.

In addition, Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean has the particularity of encompassing within its territory the Saguenay Fjord, which is an important tourist destination that can be visited by bicycle or boat.

Youcan explore the  Veloroute du Fjord, to discover magnificent  views, or take  a  sea shuttle for a cruise. If you'regoing to havea lot of fun, you'll even be able to see whales and beluga whales!

Nature, however, is not the only attraction of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean. The regionalso famousforthe historic village of Val-Jalbert. It is a ghost town,  located near Lac-Saint-Jean and was founded in 1901 by Damase Jalbert, the owner of a pulp mill.

Today the city is a tourist attraction that will allow you to take a step back in time, visiting the period wooden houses, the post office, the convent-school and much more!

Finally, O n can not   fail to mention the  several festivals that take place in the region. The warmth of the inhabitants of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean is reflected  in a series of cultural and musical events,especially for families, such as:

·         The fabulous story of akingdom,  a historical comedy that has been set in the region's thetates since 1988

·         The Festi'Glace

·         Saguenay in Food