Way to the summit of Mont Jacques -Cartier
The Mont Jacques -Cartier is a mountain in the Monts Chic - Chocs, a mountain chain that is associated with the Appalachians, in the southeast of the Canadian province of Quebec.
With a height of 1268 m it is the highest mountain in the south of Quebec City.
The mountain is located in the eastern part of the Parc national de la Gaspésie on the Gaspé Peninsula. It is home to the last population of Canadian woodland caribou south of the St. Lawrence River.
The summit is easily accessible via hiking trails.