Set in the heart of the SaguenayLac-Saint-Jean region, this 154-km2 (59-sq.-mi.) national park boasts peaks over 900 m (2,953 ft.) high, spectacular views, and rivers and other bodies of water ideal for hikers, canoeists and fishing enthusiasts. The diverse boreal flora and fauna are sure to delight ornithologists, botanists, mycologists, etc. In winter, skiers are surrounded by the mummiesand ghoststhat haunt the snow-covered valleys and windswept mountaintops. Enjoy the stunning view of the exquisite terrain from atop Mont Valin! To make the most of your visit to the park, spend a night in the heart of nature in an EXP. or nature cabin, or treat yourself to a stay at the charming Antoine-Dubuc Lodge.