The other trip we made while we were in Tadoussac area was a car travel along one of the roads surrounding Saguenay fjord until Saint Jean Lake. Once again, the weather wasn’t good.
Furthermore, these roads aren’t very fast, so we didn’t make a long journey. Saint Jean Lake is more than 3 hours away from Tadoussac, and considering the threat of rain, we didn’t go very far.
Even so, we took every asphalted road we found following the instructions from Tadoussac’s tourism office, and we found some really nice landscapes decorated by the fog, and a farm with deers and bisons.
We were suggested to visit l’Anse-de-Roche, a village with a few houses and a bay in the middle of the fjord.
Actually, the only remarkable thing to visit in this little village is the dock, that also functions as scenic viewpoint over the fjord and it’s decorated with a wooden roundabout where we could see the fog moving over the water, the beach, the fjord’s cliffs and some brave hikers on kayaks.
It all was very, very beautiful, but it was a bit disappointing. Maybe with better weather we possibly could have driven along that road that surrounds the fjord.
As I always do, here I show you some pictures from the excursion.
Address: 91 Notre-Dame, Rivière-Éternité, QC
GPS Coordinates: 48.298420, -70.339186
More information: Parc national du Fjord-du-Saguenay