Trail leading to the summit of the mountain.
|Elevation||1,268 m (4,160 ft) |
|Location||Mont-Albert, Quebec, Canada|
|Parent range||Chic-Choc Mountains|
|Topo map||NTS 22A/13|
Mont Jacques-Cartier is a mountain in the Chic-Choc Mountains range in eastern Quebec, Canada. At 1,268 m (4,160 ft), it is the tallest mountain in southern Quebec, and the highest mountain in the Canadian Appalachians.
Located in the Gaspé Peninsula, the mountain is protected by the Gaspésie National Park, and is host to the last remaining population of woodland caribou south of the Saint Lawrence River. The summit can be accessed by a hiking trail.
- "Mont Jacques-Cartier". Bivouac.com. Retrieved 2009-03-18.
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