The Train
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A rail cruise between Québec City and La Malbaie, to discover majestic scenery between mountains and sea...

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Le Massif de Charlevoix / M-A. Ferragne

Daytripper's Delight

Québec City - Baie-Saint-Paul - La Malbaie

Passengers who wish to extend their pleasure and discover all the beauty of the Charlevoix landscape may do so on this journey that takes them all the way to Pointe-au-Pic, La Malbaie. A place of calm and serenity, fresh air and beauty, La Malbaie is the cradle of resort vacationing in Canada. 




DEPARTURES AND RATES

Passengers who wish to extend their pleasure and discover all the beauty of the Charlevoix landscape may do so on this journey that takes them all the way to Pointe-au-Pic, La Malbaie. A place of calm and serenity, fresh air and beauty, La Malbaie is the cradle of resort vacationing in Canada. Aboard the train, admire the loveliest riverside scenery and endless vistas of the sea unfurling before your very eyes.

Make the most of your stopover in Baie-Saint-Paul to try one of our discovery circuits. Whether you’re a gourmet, an adventure lover, an outdoor enthusiast or a culture and heritage buff, these theme circuits take you out to explore the many hidden treasures of this truly authentic region.

Rates Summer 2014

Adult (18+)$369 p.p. for two-way trip
Child (6 - 17)$295 p.p. for two-way trip
5 and under$148 p.p. for two-way trip

Option:

River side seat garanteed.

Adult (18+)+60 $ par pers. 
Child (6 - 17)+48 $ par pers. 
5 and under+24 $ par pers.
*Taxes not included. Fares are in $CAD and are subject to change without prior notice.

The package includes:

  • One two-way rail excursion aboard the Train of Le Massif de Charlevoix;
  • One tasty Charlevoix breakfast on the morning trip;
  • One stopover in Baie-Saint-Paul;
  • One four-course gourmet meal on the return trip;
  • Alcohol;
  • Parking.

Schedule & Itinerary :

9:30 am Departure from Parc de la Chute-Montmorency
11:45 am
Arrival in Baie-Saint-Paul
3:00 pm
Departure from Baie-Saint-Paul to La Malbaie
4:30 pm
Arrival in La Malbaie
5:00 pm
Departure from La Malbaie
6:30 pm
Arrival in Baie-Saint-Paul
7:00 pm
Departure from Baie-Saint-Paul to Québec City
9:15 pm
Arrival at Parc de la Chute-Montmorency

* All preceding schedules are subject to change

Reservations

Toll free: 1 (877) 536-2774 (Le Massif) or info_LeTrain@lemassif.com

Terms and Conditions 2013.

Opening hours of the telephone centre :

Monday to friday from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
Saturday and sunday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

GROUPS

Information and rates about corporate events, groups and charters available by clicking here.



“ …on top of marvellous weather, we enjoyed excellent service from every crew member on board the Train. Meals are delicious, and menu choices excellent. The welcome in La Malbaie was lovely as well. We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend the experience to our friends, because this adventure boasts a very promising future.”
Pauline Bouchard, Magog (Trip date: October 8 2011)


“Back in Belgium again, I just wanted to thank you for the lovely day spent on board your Train. The meals and crew (such class!) - I felt like a VIP all day long. Once again, bravo! I’ll be back next year!”
Katty Smismans, Belgium (Trip date: September 16 2011)


“We were on board your Train heading for Quebec City last October 12 2011, and we would like to point out that we thoroughly enjoyed the on-board ambience: Upbeat, peaceful and friendly. The meal was delicious and the attentions of all crew members were excellent (services, passenger relations - matchless). A heartfelt thank you for the wonderful experience. We look forward to seeing you next year.”
Claudette & Michel Cousineau, Beloeil


“A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of experiencing the amazing Train of Le Massif de Charlevoix rail cruise. What joy to discover the breathtaking landscapes across our lovely regions, to dine on delicious fare in a pleasant ambience. The crew is remarkably professional and so very friendy as well. I’ll recommend that all my friends embark on a discovery cruise of their own.”
Aline Landry, Boucherville