Overview

Difficulty Easy
Distance 5 KM
Animal Dog allowed

Activities

Hiking

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The trail, located along the fjord begins at Marina Bay. At the trailhead, we can see the remains of the barkers, incinerator to bark and stone foundation site. The trail climbs to the top of the headlands, overlooking the Baie des Ha! Ha !, and provides access to the Cross Centennial erected in 1938. The trail ends at Anse Poulette

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Details

Access fee Free
Schedule
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Coordinates
48.3563613 -70.8645498

Contact Information

(518) 381-4700
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Rating and comments

Brice Kreitzer
Brice Kreitzer
Good
Lizzie Ranallo
Lizzie Ranallo
The trail is beautiful and well maintained. Great view of the fjord and the forest parts were beautiful.
Robby Janda
Robby Janda
Great short hike around with great history along the route.
Leo Thomas
Leo Thomas
Wow
Brian Lawson
Brian Lawson
Great hiking trails, starts with a single path that ends with a big loop. The whole thing is about 7.5 km, and level of difficulty is medium. Great views of the lake from high up, but slippery grounds after rainfall... Overall a great 3-4 hour hike with decent signs all the way along, streams and creeks abundant throughout...


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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