Station de montagne sur mer de Mont-Saint-Pierre

102, rue Prudent Cloutier
Mont-Saint-Pierre (Quebec) Canada
G0E 1V0

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Located in an enchanting mountain area by the sea, Mont-Saint-Pierre is a four-season ecotourism destination. Come and play outdoors as you marvel at surprising views of our snow-covered valley!

Wearing either your snowshoes or boots with crampons, climb the 430-metre (1410-foot) Delta trail up Mt. Saint-Pierre. Once you have reached the top, you can soak up views of a winter wonderland: snow-capped mountains, the village in the hollow of a glacial valley and the immense St. Lawrence. You can also explore this area on snowmobile or backcountry skis.

Enjoy discovering more about Mont-Saint-Pierre as you explore the village’s main road and little side streets.

Winter Activities Available

Snowshoeing, Skiing and Other Winter Sports
Enjoy an unusual experience as you discover the most beautiful natural terrace in Gaspésie at the top of Mt. Saint-Pierre, which is accessible on foot or snowshoes via the Delta trail. This is a great place to admire the spectacular Chic-Chocs!

How to get there

By car

Departing anywhere between Montréal and Rimouski: Follow Highway 20 East to the Mont-Joli roundabout, then head towards Sainte-Flavie or Grand-Métis on Route 132 East.

Departing from Côte-Nord: Take a ferry to the south shore. Depending on where you land (Rivière-du-Loup, Trois-Pistoles or Matane), take Highway 20 East or Route 132 East.

By bus

You can take an Orléans Express bus to the nearby village of Mont-Louis (which is 7 km, or about 4 mi., east of Mont-Saint-Pierre).

Affiliations and distinctions


  • Tourisme Gaspésie
  • Aventure Écotourisme Québec (AEQ)
  • La Haute-Gaspésie Chamber of Commerce
  • La Baie-des-Chaleurs Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • Events Attractions Québec (EAQ)
  • Québec Federation of Climbing and Other Mountain Activities (FQME)

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