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PORT OF SEPT-ÎLES: AT THE MOUTH OF THE ST. LAWRENCE SEAWAY QUEBEC-CANADA North America’s leading iron-ore port. The Port of Sept-Îles is the most important ore handling port in Canada. Open year-round, the port is characterized by its deep waters and 10 km (6 miles) wide semi-circular bay. These natural advantages allowed it to become the preferred site for coal transhipment from ship to ship. The Port of Sept-Îles is comprised of 13 docks, 8 of which belong to it. Each year, nearly 23 million tons of merchandise is handled, comprised mainly of iron ore, alumina, aluminum, petroleum coke, limestone and other merchandise also transit through the port, as well as more than 400,000 tons of petroleum products. The Port of Sept-Îles is well-positioned on the national arena, either by the nature and importance of its business activities, or its role of transition zone for different export and import products. Its privileged location, at the heart of the main maritime routes between North America, Europe and Asia, as well as year round access to the St. Lawrence, are at the origin of its rating amongst the most important Canadian ports and of its traffic of nearly 80% of its merchandise destined for international markets.


GENERAL INFORMATION • Concrete berth on steel pile, 2 mooring dolphin and 1 berthing dolphin • Max length overall of berth: ±116m (380ft) • Max length permitted of berth: ±315m (1035ft) • Depth: -11m (-36ft) (tidal range) • Waterline to berth: ±5m (16.4ft) (tidal range) • Tide: 2.7m average (-0.1m to +3.4m) 8.9ft average (-0.3ft to +11.1ft) • Distance to be covered by the passengers (from the ship) - Bus zone: ±100 m (330ft) - Animation zone–stand: ±60m (200ft) - Tourist zone: ±1km (0.6mi) Less than 0.5 km (0.3 mile) away from downtown Sept-Îles Linked to downtown by road, multi use path & walking path Shuttle service between pier & downtown Sept-Îles available for a fee (free for crew members)

GANGWAY Made of aluminum 8 feet wide 96`` (2.4 meters) 40 feet long 480`` (12.1 meters) Adaptor at both ends: - Ship side: 4 ½ feet long (1.5 meter), 3 feet wide (1.1 meter) - Dock side: 4 ½ feet long (1.5 meter), 6.9 feet wide (2.1 meters) Direct access to port Marine references: Chart #1226 – Canadian Hydrographic Services Latitude: 50 11’ 50’’ N 66 22’ 59’’W Air draft: No Port fees: Yes Pilots are compulsory Tugs are available upon request

PORT SERVICES Fuel by truck | Fresh water | Garbage handling | Tugboat services available | Lighting available Bunkering On-site Port Autority staff | On-site Customs clearance | On-site Security Hospital located: 1 km (0.6 mile) from the port | Airport located: 12 km (7.5 miles) from the port

WELCOME CENTER Inaugurated in 2010 | Tourist information desk | Toilets | Public phones | Wireless Internet & computers available Waiting room | Gift shop & mini post office | First aid assistance | Wheelchair accessible

LEGEND


SEPT-ÎLES Sept-Îles stands at the point where one of the world’s greatest rivers becomes one, with the sea. Looking out onto the Gulf of St. Lawrence, it is the vibrant heart of a region renowned for the generosity of its inhabitants and resources alike, a unique city that bears testament to the past while looking resolutely to the future. Today’s Sept-Îles is a regional, social, and economic hub that encompasses the former municipalities of Clarke City, Gallix and Moisie and is neighbor to the Innu community of Uashat Mak Mani-Utenam. Sept-Îles boasts a strategic location within North America. With its deepwater port, which handles all kinds of goods and materials to supply the needs of big industry, and its wealth of resources and natural beauty, Sept-Îles is truly larger than life. Sept-Îles is located just above the 50th parallel in the heart of the vast Duplessis region on Quebec’s North Shore. Overlooking the ocean, it stretches over 2,182 km2 , bordered to the north by the Laurentian Plateau, to the west by Gallix, and to the east by Moisie. The city extends along the edges of a 45 km2 (17 miles2) bay whose entrance is protected by a natural rampart made up of the seven islands to which it owes its name: Grande Basque, Petite Basque, Corossol, Petite Boule, Grosse Boule, Manowin, and the De Quen islets. Sept-Îles is home to over 26,000 residents, nearly 30,000 including the Innu community. Its main employers are Aluminerie Alouette, the Iron Ore Company of Canada, Centre de santé et des services sociaux de Sept-Îles, Cliff, and the City of Sept-Îles. Sept-Îles has a subarctic climate despite being located at around only 50 degrees latitude. The subarctic climate (also called boreal climate) is a climate characterized by long, usually very cold winters, and short, cool to mild summers. Please see at the end of the brochure for the average temperature in Sept-Iles.


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ALOUETTE ALUMINUM PLANT Aluminerie Alouette, with more than 1,000 employees and an annual production capacity of over 600,000 tons, is the largest employer in Sept-Îles and the leading aluminum smelter in the Americas. Open since 1992, it is a cutting-edge, environmentally friendly smelter. The tour starts with a video presentation followed by a comprehensive tour explaining each stage of aluminum manufacturing from the raw materials (bauxite ore) to the finished product—aluminum ingots. The ingots are shipped to manufacturers around the world.

DISTANCE FROM PIER > 23 MILES, 36,5 KM | ACCESSIBILITY > RESERVATION REQUIRED DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. 2 HRS | WALKING INFO > APPROXIMATELY 100 YARDS (91 M), NO STAIRS WEBSITE > WWW.ALOUETTE.QC.CA

IMPORTANT NOTE: DRESS REQUIREMENTS : LONG PANTS, LONG SLEEVES, LOW-HEELED SHOES COVERING THE FEET PROHIBITED OBJECTS (DUE TO THE STRONG ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD) : CAMERAS, CELL PHONES, WATCHES & JEWELRY, MAGNETIC & CREDIT CARDS, AND LIGHTERS RESTRICTIONS : PREGNANT WOMEN, VISITORS WITH PACEMAKERS AND CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OLD ARE NOT ADMITTED TEMPERATURE INSIDE THE BUILDING : 60 °F – 62 °F PHOTOS : NOT PERMITTED


BICYCLE PATHS If you love ecotourism and don’t want to miss any of the sweeping landscapes in Sept-Îles, take part in this bicycle tour. Several kilometers of flat bicycle paths enable visitors to safely discover the city.

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DISTANCE FROM PIER > BEGINS AND ENDS AT THE CRUISE SHIP TERMINAL DURATION OF VISIT > DEPENDS ON THE GUEST INTEREST WALKING INFO > DEPENDS ON THE GUEST INTEREST. WALKING ON FLAT STREETS AND SIDEWALKS. WEBSITE > WWW.TOURISMESEPTILES.CA

CANOEING ON THE MOISIE RIVER The Moisie River is known internationally not only for its Atlantic salmon fishing activities, but also for its paddling (canoeing/kayaking and rafting) in a spectacular and wild environment. Canoeing on the exceptionally scenic and quiet Moisie River is one adventure that will keep you coming back again and again. No matter where you go, you’ll be venturing into the virgin wilderness of virtually untouched backcountry.

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DISTANCE FROM PIER > 16.25 MILES, 26 KM | DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. 2 HRS ACCESSIBILITY > THIS ACTIVITY IS ONLY OPEN TO CRUISE LINE SHORE EXCURSIONS GUESTS. IT IS NOT OPEN TO INDEPENDENT TRAVELERS. | WALKING INFO > 8 KM (5 MILES) CANOE TRIP & APPROXIMATELY 200 YARDS (183 M) ON UNEVEN AND SLIGHTLY INCLINED GROUND (SAND & GRAVEL) & 1 FLIGHT OF STAIRS | WEBSITE > N/A


CLARKE CITY INTERPRETATION CENTER The great potential of the St. Marguerite River incited the Clarke brothers to found the first industrial city on Québec’s North Shore. In fact, in 1898, while exploring the area, they found the perfect conditions at the mouth of the St. Marguerite River to operate a pulp mill. A powerful river and a supply of wood plentiful enough to feed a pulp mill to provide paper for their publishing companies in Toronto and New York. Thus began the history of Clarke City, the area’s first industrial town that thrived until 1967.

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DISTANCE FROM PIER > 18.25 MILES, 29 KM DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. 30 MIN WALKING INFO > APPROX. 20 YARDS (18 M) WEBSITE > WWW.TOURISMESEPTILES.CA


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FERME MARICOLE PURMER - MUSSEL & SCALLOP FARM

HOP-ON/HOP-OFF SHUTTLE BUSES

The journey begins with a crossing via inflatable boat to Île Grosse-Boule. The island owes its name to its shape. Once onsite, the captain will drop anchor, and a biologist will show you around the world of marine farming. The captain will then dock at Ferme maricole Purmer and leave you in the capable hands of his seaman, who will bring you to the reception cottage to taste our mussels and scallops. After the tasting, you’ll be able to take a walk to the lookout point that features an unobstructed view of the archipelago and city. If you prefer to relax in the sea air, you’ll be able to enjoy the site from the cottage, yurts, beach or forest.

The hop-on/hop-off shuttle bus is the ideal way to explore every corner of Sept-Îles. This 9 km (5.5 miles) shuttle bus loop includes stops at Sept-Îles’ 3 main museums: North Shore Regional Museum, Shaputuan Museum & Le Vieux-Poste (Old Trading Post), and at Sept-Îles’ 3 main shopping malls: Place des Cormiers Shopping Mall, Place de Ville Shopping Mall & Galeries Montagnaises Shopping Mall. The shuttle bus gives guests an opportunity to take short self-guided tours : UASHAT in the Innu community, SEPT-ÎLES OLD DISTRICT & WATERFRONT and SEPT-ÎLES : AN INDUSTRIAL CITY.

DISTANCE FROM PIER > APPROXIMATELY 350 YARDS, 320 METERS ACCESSIBILITY > THIS ACTIVITY IS ONLY OPEN TO CRUISE LINE SHORE EXCURSIONS GUESTS. IT IS NOT OPEN TO INDEPENDENT TRAVELERS. DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. 2 HRS | WALKING INFO > APPROXIMATELY 0.5 MILE (0.8 KM) ON BOARDWALK AND UNEVEN & STEEP TERRAIN (SOFT AND SOMETIMES WET TERRAIN, ROOTS & ROCKS) TO REACH THE LOOKOUT POINT. APPROX. 80 YARDS (73 M) DIFFERENCE IN ELEVATION. APPROXIMATELY 100 YARDS (91 M) ON BOARDWALK AND SLIGHTLY INCLINED ROCKS TO REACH THE BEACH AND/OR THE CABIN. NOT ACCESSIBLE FOR WHEELCHAIR | WEBSITE > WWW.TOURISMEDUPLESSIS.COM

DISTANCE FROM PIER > BEGINS AND ENDS AT THE CRUISE SHIP TERMINAL DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. ½ HR TO DO THE ENTIRE LOOP WALKING INFO > DEPENDS ON THE GUESTS INTERESTS. WALKING ON FLAT STREETS AND SIDEWALKS. WEBSITE > N/A


ÎLE GRANDE-BASQUE ISLAND Grande-Basque Island has been a fishing destination for centuries. In fact, when Jacques Cartier sailed by in 1535, he encountered Basque fishermen that came here annually for whaling and cod fishing. Today Grande-Basque Island has much to offer, including a recreational area with walking/hiking trails and six beautiful beaches. On your island adventure you will discover typical North Shore flora and fauna and be introduced to the area’s mycology, ornithology, geology and marine life. La Perdrix and La Mouette observation points offer two of the best views of Sept-Îles. DISTANCE FROM PIER > APPROXIMATELY 350 YARDS, 320 METERS DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. 1 ½ HR WALKING INFO > DEPENDS ON THE GUESTS INTERESTS. WALKING ON FLAT TO VERY STEEP TERRAIN. NOT ACCESSIBLE FOR WHEELCHAIR | WEBSITE > WWW.TOURISMESEPTILES.CA


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INNU CAMP The Innus are millenary people with over 10,000 years of history. They are one of the most populous First Nations in Québec. Before the Europeans’ arrival, the Innus were nomadic people. Living in tents made of animal skins, they followed species such as the caribou in order to survive. Upon your arrival at the Innu Camp on the banks of the Moisie River, you will be immersed in the many aspects of traditional and contemporary Innu culture, history, beliefs and traditions. Learn about traditional Innu medicine, snowshoe weaving and production, and drum making. Hear traditional Innu chants, enjoy a demonstration of traditional dance and taste fresh food prepared in a traditional manner.

DISTANCE FROM PIER > 12.5 MILES, 20 KM | ACCESSIBILITY > THE INNU CAMP IS ONLY OPEN TO CRUISE LINE SHORE EXCURSIONS GUESTS. IT IS NOT OPEN TO INDEPENDENT TRAVELERS. DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. 2 HRS | WALKING INFO > APPROXIMATELY 400 YARDS (366 M) ON UNEVEN AND SLIGHTLY INCLINED GROUND (SAND, GRAVEL & STONES) TO VISIT THE ENTIRE CAMP AND 5 STEPS TO CLIMB. NOT RECOMMENDED FOR PEOPLE WITH WALKING DISABILITIES. NOT ACCESSIBLE FOR WHEELCHAIR | WEBSITE > N/A

IRON ORE MINING COMPANY OF CANADA (IOC) Iron Ore Company of Canada (IOC) is the largest iron ore producer and a leading global supplier of iron ore pellets and concentrates. The Company operates a mine, concentrator and pelletizing plant in Labrador City, Newfoundland and Labrador, as well as port facilities in Sept-Îles. It also operates a 418 kilometers (260 miles) railroad that links the mine to the port. IOC employs around 2,200 people. Its major shareholder and operator is Rio Tinto, the world’s third largest mining company. Visit the company’s railway and port facilities. Your tour starts with a video presentation followed by a comprehensive tour including the loading and unloading docks, QNS&L shops, laboratory, reclaim yard, dumper and stock piles. DISTANCE FROM PIER > 0.4 MILE, 0,6 KM | ACCESSIBILITY > RESERVATION REQUIRED DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. 1 ½ HR | WALKING INFO > APPROXIMATELY 30 YARDS (27 M), NO STAIRS WEBSITE > WWW.IRONORE.CA

MANITOU RIVER WALKING TRAIL

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At Manitou River follow the 1.5 km (approx. 1 mile) nature trail that leads to a spectacular 35 meters (115 feet) waterfall… a must see attraction.

DISTANCE FROM PIER > 53 MILES, 85 KM | DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. 1 ¼ HR WALKING INFO > APPROXIMATELY 1.5 KM (1 MILE) ON BOARDWALK AND UNEVEN & INCLINED GROUND (SAND, GRAVEL, ROOTS & ROCKS) AND OVER 300 STEPS TO CLIMB UP AND DOWN NOT ACCESSIBLE FOR WHEELCHAIR | WEBSITE > WWW.TOURISMEDUPLESSIS.COM


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MUSÉE RÉGIONAL DE LA CÔTE-NORD REGIONAL MUSEUM

MUSÉE SHAPUTUAN - MUSEUM

The rich and fabulous history of the North Shore of the St. Lawrence River is told at Musée régional de la Côte-Nord. The museum’s permanent exhibition, Land of Discovery: The Great Journey, invites guests to explore 8,000 years of history. Whether your interests tend toward nature, industry or culture, the exhibition will help you discover the true character of the region, providing a glimpse into the courage, tenacity and pride of the local inhabitants. The museum also features two temporary exhibitions.

The Innus form the largest First Nation in Québec. The Europeans referred to them as the Montagnais because of their annual migration to the mountains, but they call themselves Innu, which means “human beings.” The Shaputuan Museum recounts the millennia-old history of nomadic people in its ancestral land. The permanent exhibition, Innu utassi (Innu land) follows the Innu through the seasons and their annual life cycle. Guests will enjoy a display of traditional art work by local artists and taste chicoutai, a unique jam made from cloudberries, a raspberry-type fruit that grows in peat bogs.

DISTANCE FROM PIER > 1.5 MILE, 2,4 KM DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. 1 HR WALKING INFO > APPROXIMATELY 10 YARDS (9 M) WEBSITE > WWW.MRCN.QC.CA

DISTANCE FROM PIER > 2.8 MILES, 4,5 KM DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. 1 ¼ HR WALKING INFO > APPROXIMATELY 50 YARDS (4,6 M) WEBSITE > WWW.TOURISMESEPTILES.CA


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PETIT-HAVRE DE MATAMEC (SMALL MATAMEC BAY)

Petit-Havre de Matamec is chock full of natural attractions. In addition to footpaths that offer incredible views of the St. Lawrence coast, a large number of birds come to take advantage of this rich area. Mammals are also hidden all around Petit-Havre. On the coast at low tide hermit crabs, sea cucumbers, sea urchins and even flounder can be seen. Many tree species are found here. Spring is a wonderful time to admire the flowers. The very ancient and rare rocks that dot the Petit-Havre coast are not to be missed. True works of natural art, the rocks of Petit-Havre are an attraction in their own right.

IMPORTANT NOTE : There are no shelters or toilets on the walking trail. DISTANCE FROM PIER > 20 MILES, 32 KM DURATION OF VISIT > DEPENDS ON THE GUESTS INTEREST WALKING INFO > 5 -6,5 KM (3-4 MILES) WALKING TRAIL WEBSITE > WWW.MATAMEC.ORG


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POINTE-DES-MONTS LIGHTHOUSE Enjoy a visit to Pointe-des-Monts Lighthouse, built on a rocky point at the mouth of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The lighthouse stands as a testament to the perils of navigating this river throughout the ages. Built in 1830, Pointe-des-Monts Lighthouse is one of the oldest lighthouses in North America. Recognized as a historic monument in 1964, this heritage museum has seven floors highlighting various themes, including the lives of the eight lighthouse keepers, navigation and the shipwrecks that occurred in the area. From the balcony at the top of this 30-meter (100-feet) building, you will enjoy a 360-degree view of the St. Lawrence River and the surrounding area.

DISTANCE FROM PIER > 99 MILES, 155 KM | DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. 1 HR WALKING INFO > APPROXIMATELY 200 YARDS (183 M) ON GRASS & ROCK, 7 FLIGHTS OF STAIRS TO VISIT THE ENTIRE LIGHTHOUSE | WEBSITE > WWW.PHAREPOINTE-DES-MONTS.COM


RIVIÈRE-AUX-ROCHERS PARK (SALMON LADDER) At Rivière-aux-Rochers River a dam built for logging purposes had restricted the salmon to within 1 km (0.6 mile) of the river mouth. Therefore, in the beginning of 1980’s, a new population of Atlantic salmon was introduced in the river. The population has been fully re-established through fish stocking and upriver relocation using a trap catch. Rivière-aux-Rochers Park (Salmon Ladder), located at the bottom of the Rochers River waterfalls, is exceptionally beautiful. The fascinating Salmon Interpretation Center offers guided tours of the center and detailed information about the king of our rivers.

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DISTANCE FROM PIER > 39.3 MILES, 63 KM DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. 1 HR WALKING INFO > APPROXIMATELY 200 YARDS (183 M) ON UNEVEN GROUND WEBSITE > WWW.VILLEPORT-CARTIER.COM

SEPT-ÎLES ARCHIPELAGO Marvel at the myriad seabirds that frequent the Île du Corossol bird sanctuary. This sanctuary is one of the most important protected marine bird sanctuaries in Eastern Canada because of the diversity of species present. Corossol Island also has one of the many lighthouses built in the area to help navigate the mighty St. Lawrence. Manowin Island is also a bird sanctuary. This island owes its name to the Innu word manouan, meaning “where we collect eggs.” This island is known not only for its unique birdnesting cliffs, but also for its limestone rock formations. Petite Basque and Grande Basque Islands were named in honor of the Basque people, who for more than one hundred years came to the region to fish, hunt whales and trade furs.

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DISTANCE FROM PIER > APPROXIMATELY 350 YARDS, 320 METERS DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. 2 HRS | WALKING INFO > N/A


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SEPT-ÎLES HISTORIC DISTRICT The region was first inhabited by the Innu Nation, and attracted early explorers for the great hunting, fishing and trapping. In 1679 the French established a successful trading post. Until the 1940s, Sept-Îles was a quaint little fishing village. The discovery of iron ore north of Sept-Îles and the opening of the Iron Ore Company of Canada changed the lifestyle of the local inhabitants forever. Modern Sept-Îles was built nearly overnight in the mid-twentieth century. In the Old District you’ll find the only ancestral home of Sept-Îles, a beautiful modern Catholic church (Saint Joseph Church) and a number of interesting restaurants and businesses.

DISTANCE FROM PIER > 0.6 MILE, 1 KM DURATION OF VISIT > DEPENDS ON THE GUEST INTEREST WALKING INFO > DEPENDS ON THE GUEST INTEREST. WALKING ON FLAT STREETS AND SIDEWALKS. WEBSITE > WWW.TOURISMESEPTILES.CA


SEPT-ÎLES WATERFRONT

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Observe the fishermen in action at the fishermen’s park; stroll along the boardwalk to the Old Dock built in 1911. For many years this dock was Sept-Îles’ only connection with the outside world. In fact, before the 1960s, no roads linked Sept-Îles to the rest of Québec. Everything came in by boat (mail, merchandise, passengers, etc.). Today, the Old Dock with its boardwalk is the ideal location to observe the splendors of the bay, watch anglers, browse the booths where local crafters display their wares or simply listen to local artists performing on the park’s stage.

DISTANCE FROM PIER > 0.4 MILE, 0,6 KM | DURATION OF VISIT > DEPENDS ON THE GUEST INTEREST WALKING INFO > DEPENDS ON THE GUEST INTEREST. WALKING ON FLAT STREETS AND SIDEWALKS. WEBSITE > WWW.TOURISMESEPTILES.CA

ST. LAWRENCE RIVER SHIPWRECK CENTER The Shipwreck Center invites you to relive some of the maritime tragedies that marked the history of Québec from 1600 to today. In a multimedia room resembling a sunken ship, the film Mayday presents the stories of famous shipwrecks that occurred in the area. Following the presentation you’ll explore the exhibit of artifacts recovered from shipwrecks in the St. Lawrence River.

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DISTANCE FROM PIER > 82.5 MILES, 132 KM | DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. 1 HR WALKING INFO > APPROXIMATELY 100 YARDS (91 M) | WEBSITE > WWW.CENTRENAUFRAGES.CA

THE VILLAGE OF RIVIÈRE-AU-TONNERRE The village of Rivière-au-Tonnerre owes its name to the roar of the river. Perched on a rocky shoreline, Rivière-au-Tonnerre is one of the most picturesque villages on the North Shore of the St. Lawrence River and is well known for its crab fishing. Rivière-au-Tonnerre Church was built at the turn of the 20th century by over 300 volunteers and restored in the late 1970s. This noteworthy wooden church features an archway over 8 meters (26 feet) high decorated with over 60 images carved with pocket knives.

DISTANCE FROM PIER > 75 MILES, 120 KM | DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. 1 HR WALKING INFO > APPROXIMATELY 0.5 MILE (1 KM) ON SLIGHTLY INCLINED STREETS WEBSITE > WWW.TOURISMEDUPLESSIS.COM


VIEUX-POSTE - OLD TRADING POST

Ever dreamed of traveling back in time? Relive the past by visiting a unique site: the Vieux-Poste (Old Trading Post). Immerse yourself in 1842, at the time of the Hudson’s Bay Company, in the replica of the old trading post occupied successively by the French and English from 1673 to 1842. In this place of meeting and trade, you will discover the daily life of the postmaster, woodsmen and Innu hunters. Several tours are available, including the trading post, permanent exhibition and Innu camp. Your experience will unveil many secrets of the past!

DISTANCE FROM PIER > 2.3 MILES, 3,6 KM DURATION OF VISIT > APPROX. 1 HR WALKING INFO > APPROXIMATELY 100 YARDS (91 M) ON DIRT PATH & UNEVEN GROUND WEBSITE > N/A


Sept-Îles, Unique Experience  

Sept-Îles stands at the point where one of the world’s greatest rivers becomes one, with the sea. Looking out onto the Gulf of St. Lawrence,...

Sept-Îles, Unique Experience  

Sept-Îles stands at the point where one of the world’s greatest rivers becomes one, with the sea. Looking out onto the Gulf of St. Lawrence,...

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