Contact informations

100, Place Daviault,
Fermont (Québec)
G0G 1J0

Phone: 418 287-5411
Fax: 418 287-5413
Contact us by e-mail

Activity period

Spring Summer Autumn Winter
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Tourisme Côte-Nord

Population 2,455
Fermont is a one-industry town that is wholly dependent on iron mining. The town's main feature is its extraordinary 1.3 km windbreak wall. Be sure to catch the magnificent northern lights - more visible at high latitudes. In March, enjoy the fun activities of the Taiga Carnival. In summer, brave the chilly waters and swim across Lac Daviault or hike Mont Daviault and in the Severson Mountains. You can also tour the Mont-Wright Mine, the largest open-pit mine in North America.  Stand beside the 200 to 400-ton Caterpillar dump trucks and see how you measure up.

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