the second largest park in Quebec

Ulittaniujalik National Park has a rich, captivating, thousand-year-old story. Among its most beautiful assets, the Pic Pyramid, emblem of the park, exhibits old lines of shoreline that testify of 7,000-year-old history. The George River, once witness to the migratory movements of hundreds of thousands of caribou, was also a historic gateway for the Inuit and Naskapi peoples, as well as for explorers and adventurers. It now offers great opportunities for river rafting! When it was created in 2016, Ulittaniujalik National Park became the second largest park in Quebec.

  • Flora observation

  • Wildlife observation

Season of activity

Summer / Winter


Contact information

  • Photo credit: Camille Le Gall Payne