This is your gateway to Québec's "true north." You'll discover the sub-arctic tundra, the largest hydro-electric facilities in the world, including the Manic-2 and Daniel-Johnson generating stations and the Manicouagan reservoir, as well as the second-largest meteorite crater on the planet, Monts Groulx with their 30 peaks and the iron mines in Fermont and Labrador City. An unbeatable destination for those who enjoy exploration, nature and the great outdoors, this route is also a fishing and hunting paradise, with many fertile lakes and rivers. Route length: 600 km (372 mi.).