Designed in harmony with the natural environment, the Auberge de montagne des Chic-Chocs offers comfortable and friendly accommodations in the heart of an untamed natural setting. The Lodge can accommodate up to 36 guests, thus preserving a sense of privacy. The common areas, such as the dining room and lounge, encourage conversation and interaction with other guests. The balconies and large windows offer superb views of bare mountain peaks, the Chute Hélène waterfalls and miles of virgin forest.
At 615 metres (2020 feet) in altitude in the Chic-Choc Mountains, the air is pure and you will be filled with a sense of well-being. Admire the stunning landscape spread out below you and enjoy your favourite activities in the company of experienced guides. This magical site offers a wide range of activities to choose from. Your playground is 60 km2 (20 sq. mi.) of mountains. As a bonus, enjoy two 1000 metre (3300 ft.) peaks!
Reservations are required, as the Auberge de montagne des Chic-Chocs is only open for pre-booked stays.
Summer: July 3 to September 11, 2020
Winter: December 27, 2019, to March 30, 2020, and December 27, 2020, to March 29, 2021
ScheduleThe Auberge de montagne des Chic-Chocs is only open for pre-booked stays.
CostStarting from $209/person/night, double occupancy
- American Express
- No pets allowed
- Restaurant or snack bar
- Conference/meeting room
- Guide services
How to get there
The Auberge de montagne des Chic-Chocs is located in Gaspésie, 55 km (35 mi.) south of Cap-Chat in the Matane Wildlife Reserve.
From Québec City: 510 km / 320 mi. (6 h)
From Montréal: 750 km / 470 mi. (9 h)
From Mont-Joli or New Richmond: 150 km / 90 mi. (2 h)
From Matane: 70 km / 40 mi. (45 min)
From Sainte-Anne-des-Monts: 10 km / 6 mi. (10 min)
To get to the Lodge, you must first go to Hôtel & Cie, located at 90, boulevard Sainte-Anne, in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts. Transportation is provided from there directly to the Lodge.
Affiliations and distinctions
- Parcs Québec network (SÉPAQ)
- Tourisme Gaspésie
- Certified Quality Tourism Gaspésie