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Quebec Provincial Park High Points

RankLand NamePeak Elev-M CountyAscents
1.KuururjuaqMont D'Iberville1652Kativik/Div. 11 - Nunatsiavut13
2.GaspésieMont Jacques-Cartier1276La Haute-Gaspésie138
3.Mont-MéganticMont Mégantic1102Le Haut-Saint-François261
4.Grands JardinsMont de l'Enfer1100Charlevoix13
5.Jacques-CartierMont François-De Laval1083La Côte-de-Beaupré9
6.Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-MalbaieMont Jérémie1050Charlevoix-Est10
7.Monts-ValinPic Dubuc984Le Fjord-du-Saguenay41
8.Mont-TremblantMont Tremblant932Les Laurentides187
9.Mont-OrfordMont Orford850Memphrémagog208
10.UlittaniujalikParc Ulittaniujalik High Point815Kativik0
11.PingualuitParc Pingualuit High Point657Kativik0
12.Fjord-du-SaguenayMont Jacques-Lévesque610Le Fjord-du-Saguenay0
13.AiguebelleMont Dominant565Rouyn-Noranda7
14.FrontenacParc Frontenac High Point451Le Granit3
15.TursujuqParc Tursujuq High Point450Kativik0
16.Lac-TémiscouataMontagne du Fourneau380Témiscouata7
17.OpémicanParc d'Opemican High Point360Témiscamingue0
18.BicPic Champlain340Rimouski-Neigette52
19.Anticosti IslandAnticosti Island High Point306Minganie0
20.Mont-Saint-BrunoMont Saint-Bruno213Longueuil112
21.YamaskaParc de la Yamaska High Point210La Haute-Yamaska10
22.OkaParc d'Oka High Point180Deux-Montagnes28
23.Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-PercéIle Bonaventure High Point136Le Rocher-Percé19
24.Pointe-TaillonParc de la Pointe-Taillon High Point120Lac-Saint-Jean-Est3
25.PlaisanceParc de Plaisance High Point70Papineau7
26.MiguashaParc de Miguasha High Point59Avignon13
27.Îles-de-BouchervilleÎle à Pinard High Point15Longueuil4

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List Description

The parks on this list are called "Parcs Nationaux du Québec" (National Parks of Quebec) by the provincial government, but that is a misleading classification given traditional worldwide park nomenclature. These are not the National Parks run by the Canadian federal government's Parks Canada agency, but run by the Province of Quebec. To avoid confusion, this site will call them Provincial Parks.

Many of these parks contain well-known mountainous areas, and of all the possible state/province park high point lists in North America, this is clearly one of the best from a peakbagging perspective. Some of the peaks in the far north have daunting access issues, and some are in the lowlands, but most are good and accessible hikes near populated areas.


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