Septentrional CampgroundParc National des Monts-Valin, Quebec
Mount Valin dominates the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region in the southern portion of the province. The many rivers and trails in the area offer adventure for almost any taste. The small campground is off an unpaved road that may be only accessible by foot during winter.
Over 25 km of trails traverse different terrains and elevations throughout a varied landscape that changes dramatically through the seasons. Fall hikers are greeted with the changing colours of the season, while winter snowshoers see the stark beauty of the hills. The backcountry is only open for exploration in the winter. Summer visitors can also enjoy canoeing and fishing.
The park and campgrounds are open year-round and have no amenities other than what’s available at the Visitor Centre. A snowcat shuttle runs during the winter to take visitors to backcountry trails.