Canada
Canada
Laurentides

Lake Saint-Jean

Tadoussac


The lake Saint-Jean (1350 km2). It is in 1647 when the Jesuit missionary Jean de Quen discovers the lake by going to look after sick persons, but it is only in the middle of the XIXth century that the land was really colonized.
Saint-Maurice river
Saint-Maurice river
Saint-Maurice river
Saint-Maurice river
La Tuque
La Tuque
La Tuque
La Bostonnais
Lake Brochets
Hébertville
Saint-Gédéon
Métabetchouan
Lake Saint-Jean
Val-Jalbert
Val-Jalbert
Val-Jalbert
Maligne falls
Maligne falls
Lake Saint-Jean
Ouiatchouan falls
Val-Jalbert
Ouiatchouan falls
Roberval
Roberval
Saint-Félicien
Saint-Félicien
Desbiens
Métabetchouan
Lake Vert
Chicoutimi
Chicoutimi
Chicoutimi

Saint-Maurice river

Saint-Maurice river

Saint-Maurice river

Saint-Maurice river

La Tuque

La Tuque

La Tuque

La Bostonnais

Lake Brochets

Hébertville

Saint-Gédéon

Métabetchouan

Lake Saint-Jean

Val-Jalbert

Val-Jalbert

Val-Jalbert

Maligne falls

Maligne falls

Lake Saint-Jean

Ouiatchouan falls

Val-Jalbert

Ouiatchouan falls

Roberval

Roberval

Saint-Félicien

Saint-Félicien

Desbiens

Métabetchouan

Lake Vert

Chicoutimi

Chicoutimi

Chicoutimi