Quebec Mountains

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Area/Range
Location:
Quebec, Canada, North America
Activities:
Hiking, Mountaineering, Trad Climbing, Sport Climbing, Toprope, Bouldering, Ice Climbing, Mixed, Scrambling, Skiing
Season:
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Elevation:
5420 ft / 1652 m
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Quebec Mountains
Created On: Aug 27, 2006
Last Edited On: Feb 6, 2012

Overview

The Province of QuebecThe Province of Quebec
I am working on this page as a place to collect information about mountains in various regions of Quebec. Please let me know if there is something you would like to see added.
Panorama of Mont MeganticMont Megantic, Eastern Townships

Principal Ranges and Peaks

Mt. Erhart which at 1539m...The Torngat Mountains of Northern Quebec and Labrador

Torngat Mountains


Mont D'Iberville 1652m
(highest point in Quebec; on Newfoundland and Labrador - Quebec boundary, known in Newfoundland and Labrador as Mount Caubvick, 58° 53' N, 63° 43' W)
Mont Jacques-Rousseau 1261m
Korok Mountain (on Newfoundland and Labrador - Quebec boundary) 1204m


Appalachian Mountains

The Chic-Chocs


Mont Jacques-Cartier 1268m
Mont de la Passe 1242m
Les Cones 1196m
Mont Richardson 1181m
Mont Albert 1181m
Mont Logan 1151m
Mont Xalibu 1135m

Eastern Townships Peaks

Owls Head SummitOwls Head - Appalachians (Eastern Townships)


The southern limit of the region is marked by the tall mountains lying along the border separating Quebec from the states of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. The mountains of the Eastern Townships rise to an average height of 760 metres. Some of the highest peaks – Mount Hereford, Mount Megantic and Mount Gosford – are related to the White Mountains of New Hampshire, while others, like Mount Sutton and Mount Orford, are a continuation of the Green Mountains of Vermont.

Mont Gosford 1193m
Mont Mégantic 1112m
Mont Sutton : Sommet Rond 962m Mont Saint-Magloire 915m
Mont Orford 851m
Mont Ham 713 m

Laurentian Mountains

Mt. Tremblant Provinical ParkMt. Tremblant Park - Laurentians

Mont Raoul-Blanchard 1181m
Mont Belle Fontaine 1151m
Mont de la Québécoise 1120m
Mont Tremblant 968m
Mont Sainte-Anne 800m
Mont Sir-Wilfrid 783m



Otish Mountains


Mont Yapeitso 1135m



Groulx Mountain


Mont Veyrier 1104m
Mont Lucie 1095m



Puvirnituq Mountain


Unnamed peak (61° 38' N, 72° 44' W) 693m



Collines Montérégiennes


Mont Bromont 565m
Mont Brome 554m
Mont Shefford 525m
Mont Yamaska 415m
Mont Saint-Hilaire 408m
Mont Rougemont 396m
Mont Saint-Grégoire 396m
Mont Royal 233m
Mont Saint-Bruno 213m
St-HilaireMonteregienne Hills



Complete list of 1000meter peaks in Quebec at Peakbagger.com


Camping

Sepaq
Information on camping and cabin rentals in all Provincial Parks and Wildlife Refuges

Camping Quebec A great source for locating public and private campgrounds throughout the province.