La Haute-Côte-Nord is a regional county municipality in northeastern Quebec, Canada, in the Côte-Nord region. It is located on the Gulf of Saint Lawrence where the Saguenay River flows into it. The seat is Les Escoumins. The municipality has a land area of 11,611.15 square kilometres (4,483.09 sq mi) and a 2006 census population of 12,303 inhabitants. Its largest community is the city of Forestville.
Except for Sacré-Coeur, which is located along the Saguenay River, all places and municipalities of the RCM are along Quebec Route 138 directly on the shores of the Saint Lawrence River. The unorganized territory of Lac-au-Brochet makes up some 83% of the interior part of the RCM.
There are 9 subdivisions and one native reserve within the RCM:
Highways and numbered routes that run through the municipality, including external routes that start or finish at the county border: