Lac-St-Jean (Saint John's Lake) is located at 206 km/128 mi north of the Saint-Lawrence-River into which it drains via the Saguenary river. It is a large lake in the south central Quebec, Canada, in the Laurentian Highlands. The lake covers an area of 1053 km²/406.57 mi², while its deepest point goes down to 63 m/206 ft depth.
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Despite the fact that it is near the State Route, it is isolated in a deep forest, offering its visitors some quality time close to nature.
This 90 mi/144.8 km tributary river combines crystal water with beautiful nature elements, such as waterfalls and amazing view of the mountains in a forested landscape. It is appropriate for all experience levels, beginners to experts, as there are sections with tranquil water to strong rapid parts, class III, requiring higher skills and technique. It is a playland for many outdoor adventures and travelers can choose from a variety of accommodation, where they can spend the night, resting from an exhausting day at the river.
Many kayaking tours take place here, half or full day, provided by experienced guides, promising to give you a memorable time off of the daily routine.
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