Spectacular and sublime, Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean impresses with its fjord, lake and natural attractions that promise fascinating discoveries. This region covered in snow six months a year is a true kingdom for snowmobilers, skiers, snowboarders and skaters. Moreover, its regional products, among the most sought-after in Quebec, make it a destination that is sure to please foodies.

Imago Village: outdoor fun and gourmet food hand in hand

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Directly accessible by car, ATV or snowmobile via the Trans-Quebec Trail #93, the Imago Village offers a breathtaking view of the Mont-Victor valley. Ten yurts are available onsite to accommodate outdoor and camping enthusiasts. A new restaurant is also now open: Café Giallo, serving breakfast pastries, sandwiches and gelato, not to mention good coffee to keep you going!

Discover the charm of Val-Jalbert in winter

Photo credit: Village historique de Val-Jalbert

There is no shortage of new features at Val-Jalbert, a renowned historical village and authentic “company town” from the 1920s! All kinds of accommodations are offered for visitors looking to spend several days in the area, including a new type of 4-season unit that offers an incredible panoramic view. Winter activities to do in the village include sliding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and skating, without forgetting breaks around the campfire and tastings of blueberry taffy!

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