Approaching Tadoussac from Quebec City you'll cross the magnificent Saguenay Fjord by ferry. Carved by a glacier, then flooded by the sea around 10,000 years ago, it reaches depths of up to 300 metres! The shores are a rocky landscape of steep cliffs, coves and tree-lined peaks. The fjord is a veritable haven for adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts, who wish to explore by kayak, hinkg trails or boat cruises.
Parc du Saguenay - Almost 300 square kilometres surrounding the fjord is protected by the Saguenay Park. This large provincial park contains a diverse range natural beauty and ecosystems. Recreation facilities such as campsites are provided along some trails and interpretation services are available at various sites throughout summer.