Parc national du Lac-Témiscouata

400, chemin de la Vieille Route, C.P. 28
Squatec (Quebec) Canada
G0L 4H0
Phone:
+418-855-5508
Fax:
+418-855-5511
Email:
parc.lac-temiscouata@sepaq.com

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Enjoy beautiful winter days while hiking. Please note that our trails are unmarked and ungroomed.

The road is open year-round for vehicles to the Petit Lac Touladi Visitors Centre, in the Squatec sector (about 10 km, or 6 mi., from the municipality of Squatec).

Come and explore our snowy forests on snowshoes! Off-trail snowshoers have a variety of routes to choose from, both in the Saint-Juste sector (Rivière-des-Mémoires or Grey Owl hikes) and in the Squatec sector (Montagne du Fourneau). Find out more when you visit the park.


Winter Activities Available

Snowshoeing, Skiing and Other Winter Sports
Come and explore our snowy forests on snowshoes or cross-country skis! Unmarked and ungroomed trails are found in the Saint-Juste sector (Rivière-des-Mémoires or Grey Owl) and in the Squatec sector (Montagne du Fourneau).
National Parks in Winter
Enjoy beautiful winter days in the park. Note that our trails are unmarked and ungroomed. The road is open year-round for vehicles to the Petit Lac Touladi Visitors Centre, which is open on weekdays. Pay for access at the self-registration terminal.


How to get there

Squatec sector

From Highway 85/185, take exit 40 towards Squatec and then Route 232 East. At the entrance to the municipality of Squatec, follow the signs to the park. The Visitors Centre is about 10 km (6 mi.) farther along the road.

Saint-Juste sector

From Highway 85/185, take exit 12. Follow the signs to Route 295 North. Continue driving to the village of Lots-Renversés, then turn left towards Saint-Juste-sur-le-Lac. Follow the signs to the park. The Visitors Centre is about 4 km (2.5 mi.) farther along the road.

In the summer, a ferry service is available via Highway 85, exit 29.

Dégelis sector

From Highway 85/185, take exit 12. Follow the signs to Route 295 North, then follow the signs to the park.

Note that GPS systems and Google Maps tend to give incorrect instructions. Your best bet is to follow the brown road signs to the park.


Affiliations and distinctions

Affiliations

  • Parcs Québec network (SÉPAQ)
  • Tourisme Bas-Saint-Laurent

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