The publications and products featured below can be obtained by filling out and returning the order form.
The Adventure map
This year, buy the park’s new topographical map. An indispensable tool for discovering some lovely spots within the park's backcountry, it features detailed information about the facilities, trails and canoe routes, campgrounds and special characteristics. It is also available in French.
Scale: 1/50 000
Format: 61 cm x 71 cm, waterproof
Available at the park's various sales counters.
$11,27 (taxes not included) + shipping and handling.
Discovering La Mauricie National Park of Canada - guide
This guidebook will prove to be an invaluable tool for planning your outings according to your needs and interests. Hiking, mountain biking, nature interpretation and observation, a multitude of activities is proposed and will provide unforgettable memories. You will find maps and all the useful information to ensure that your visit is a success. It is also available in French.
Format: 4" X 7,5". 40 pages, 5 maps
$5,71 (taxes not included) + postage and handling.
An encounter with the Laurentians - book
This magnificent book showcases the most exquisite landscapes of La Mauricie National Park. Lavishly illustrated with colour photographs, this work takes you to the heart of the Laurentians. From beginning to end you will be captivated by its poetic prose. It is also available in French.
Format: 8,5" X 11". 63 pages, 83 photographs
$9,52 (taxes not included) + postage and handling.
The Forges du Saint-Maurice - brochure
The founding of the Forges du Saint-Maurice in 1730 marked the beginning of the iron and steel industry in Canada and gave birth to the country’s first industrial village. From its beginnings as the primary industry of the French Regime, the Forges continued to operate for more than 150 years, weathering the various political systems of this period in Canadian history.
The Forges du Saint-Maurice National Historic Site of Canada invites visitors to discover this old industrial village and the eye-witness accounts of those who brought it to life. The site’s history, as well as the traces that remain, represents typical European ironworks of the period, which was brought over from France by the colony’s first ironmasters. It is also available in French.
Format: 5.75" X 8.5". 132 pages
$4,76 (taxes not included) + postage and handling.