From the top of its peaks, along the majestic river or in the heart of its villages, Charlevoix seduces with its beautiful landscapes and cultural attractions. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy dogsledding, cross-country skiing and downhill skiing. While travelling along the shore or the winding through the mountains, stop by one of the region’s restaurants showcasing the delights of the Charlevoix terroir.

Bosco Charlevoix: for dogsledding adventure

Photo credit: Tourisme Charlevoix

The Bosco Charlevoix team shares its passion for dogsledding and invites you to explore the magnificent wilderness surrounded by mountains near the river. Whether it's dogsledding, cani-cross or ski-joering, these activities take place in a way that respects animal well-being, a core value of this friendly business in Saint-Siméon. Take the time to visit the dog park as well to meet these wonderful canine companions!

Good food and a breathtaking view at Camp Boule

Photo credit: Le Massif de Charlevoix

The ideal place to drink good wine while enjoying the view from the highest summit of the Massif de Charlevoix, Camp Boule buvette de montagne offers a simple and casual menu, concocted by Chef David Forbes and designed around grilled meats prepared over a wood fire. Through its flavours, this restaurant brings you toward new horizons, placing special emphasis on the local products of Charlevoix.

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