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GETTING THERE

Multiple airlines offer one-stop flights from all three Washington area airports to Quebec City. Cap-Chat, on the Gaspé Peninsula, is about 300 miles east of Quebec City.

WHERE TO STAY AND EAT

Relais Chic-Chocs

Village Grande Nature

951 route Saint-Octave, Cap-Chat

800-530-2349

www.villagegrandenaturechic-chocs.com

Has a spa, sauna and outdoor-equipment rentals. Inn rooms from $95, double occupancy. Chalets from $180.

Breakfasts are around $10; lunch $6 to $12; fixed-price supper from $26. Five-course dinner and breakfast $48. Earnest attempts at being gourmet. Some hits, some misses. Friendly service.

Gîte du Mont-Albert

2001 route du Parc, St-Anne-des-Monts

800-665-6527

www.sepaq.com/pq/gma

Thirty-five miles from Cap-Chat on the park’s only winter highway. The park service and cross-country ski center are nearby. Rooms from $140, double occupancy.

WHAT TO DO

Sepaq

800-665-6527

www.sepaq.com/pq/gas

The Quebec provincial park agency handles ski reservations. The “Circuit Logan Package,” including pack transport fees to three huts for four nights, is $156 per person. Single-night hut reservations $24 per person. The park also has other hut-to-hut circuits.

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