Exploring the Breathtaking Area of Saguenay-Chicoutimi, Quebec
The Centre de Congrès & Hotel La Sagueneenne in Saguenay-Chicoutimi is in one of Canada's best locations for those who love the beauty of the outdoors. To make your stay practically stress-free, the nearby conveniences include gas stations, a grocery store, shopping malls and a liquor store. Snowmobile Trails permits can be purchased at the front desk and if you should require it, breakdown service is located nearby for snowmobiles such as Arctic Cat, Yamaha, Bombardier & Polaris.
Chicoutimi is a part of The Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region, where you'll find a surprising variety of indoor and outdoor year-round pursuits. The people who call this vibrant area home have a joie de vivre that results from being surrounded by natural beauty and a long and proud heritage.
This terrain of breathtaking panoramic views is known for two magnificent natural landmarks: Lake Saint-Jean and the Saguenay Fjord. Outdoors enthusiasts have plenty to celebrate in this area, including four national conservation parks and a practically endless ways to enjoy all they have to offer. Popular activities include:
Popular tourist attractions in the area include the Saguenay Fjord, only navigable fjord in North America, the largest natural lake in Quebec, Lake Saint-Jean and the four conservation parks. The Centre de Congrès & Hotel La Sagueneenne can assist you in planning your visit to the area, but here are our suggestions for destinations not-to-miss:
- Zoo sauvage de St-Félicien (wilderness zoo and The Centre for Conservation of Boreal Biodiversity)
- Monts Valins Park
- The Saguenay-St.Lawrence Marine Park
- Saguenay Park
- Pointe-Taillon Park
- Véloroute des Bleuets, a cycling path of 260 km around the famous Lake St-Jean
- Site de la Nouvelle-France, a historical reconstitution of 17th century Quebec City
- Trou de la fée Cavern, a unique granite cave in Canada
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