When summer finally comes to Canada, there is nothing better than discovering the uncountable national parks around Quebec. In Côte-Nord you can find a landscape called “the barrens” and stunning coastal views. The Torngat Mountains and Pingualuit Crater in Nunavik impress with their absolutely surreal landscapes.
On Gaspésie Peninsula you can find lots of multi-day treks for a different level of hikers. Other amazing routes can be found in the Eastern Townships, Mauricie, Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, and Charlevoix.
Both beginners and professionals can easily hike in most of the national parks, as there are routes starting from 3 km. Also you can challenge yourself and reach the highest peak of Quebec, Mont D'Iberville. Located in Torngat Mountains, it rises sharply to 1,651 m above sea level.