Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean Hiking Trails Topo Map

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The southernmost fjord in the world, the Rivière Saguenay originates in Lac Saint-Jean, a veritable inland sea with a diameter of over 35km. These two impressive bodies of water form the backbone of the magnificent Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean tourist region. Moving swiftly toward the St. Lawrence River, the Rivière Saguenay flows through a rugged landscape studded with cliffs and mountains. This trail guide includes hiking trails at Les Grands Jardins de Normandin, Parc National de la Pointe-Taillon, Centre d'Interpretation des Battures de Saint-Fulgence (Batture Trail, Cap Trail and Jardin des Oiseaux), Parc du Cap Jaseux (Le Versant Trail, Les Cascades Trail, Les Chanterelles Trail, and Les Vinaigriers Trail), Parc National des Monts-Valin (Le Pic de la Hutte and La Tete de Chien), Parc National du Saguenay (De Meandres a Falaises, La Statue, Les Caps, Des Chutes, Le Fjord, and De la Coupe and De la Pointe-de-l'Islet), and Centre Plein Air Bec-Scie.

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