106, route Jacques-Cartier,
Phone: 418 533-2323
Fax: 418 533-2012
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Aguanish (“small shelter” in Innu) is very aptly named. The village and its sandy beaches ring a freshwater bay formed by the Aguanish River. This river is popular with salmon fishers and visitors looking for adventure. Guides can take you to the geological phenomenon known as “Trait de Scie” (sawcut). The hamlet of Île-Michon, 3.5 km to the east on Route 138, is home to bays and little islands where hikers can gather shellfish or enjoy a picnic. A walking trail and rest area are located one kilometer west of Île Michon.