Dog sledding

Wilderness adventure, Dog sledding and lodging

Map and access

1 140 km from NEW-YORK,
519 km from MONTRÉAL,
250 km from QUÉBEC,
25 km from CHICOUTIMI
and our base camp is just a few minutes outside the village of St-David-De-Falardeau.


If you arrive at Trudeau's Airport in Montréal (also known as Dorval), or Québec Airport, there are several ways to travel to St-David-De-Falardeau.

1) Rent a car at the airport and drive to St-David-De-Falardeau. From Montréal, it's 7 hours and from Québec city approximately 3 hours. or

2) Travel to Chicoutimi by bus In Montréal, take public transit or a shuttle bus downtown, to the city center, to the Voyageur Bus Terminal located at 505, Boulevard Maisonneuve Est. This is the central station of Montréal. It is located directly above the metro (Station Berry-UQAM). The shuttle bus from the Montréal airport is called "La Québécoise," and costs approximately $15 cad one way. There are several daily departures. There is also an easy access public transit that costs about $3 one way-direct. Several daily and hourly departures. The bus trip from Montréal to Chicoutimi is about 6 ½ hours. We will meet you in Chicoutimi and provide transit to our base camp.

In Québec, take a taxi, bus, or shuttle to Voyageur Bus Terminal, 2700 Boulevard Laurier, Ste Foy, or Palais de la Gare, Ville de Québec. There are several daily departures. It is approximately 2 ½ hours to Chicoutimi, where we will meet you and provide transit to our base camp.

3) Arrive by plane at the Bagotville Airport, (the closest airport to Chicoutimi). It takes about one hour to fly from Montréal. We will meet you at the airport, and provide transit to our base camp.

If you need more details, we will be happy to give you any further information.

St-David de Falardeau in Saguenay site