Leaf River Lodge

St-Henry, Quebec

Wilderness Lodges

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From its source in Minto Lake, the Leaf River flows from Hudson Bay to Ungava Bay. This unique 150-mile journey winds its way through water where world-class fish are found alongside pristine landscapes and ancient campsites once used by the Inuit. The recent discovery of the amazing fishing on the Leaf River offers anglers the opportunity to merge today’s technology and equipment with the unspoiled waters of yesteryear. Come and fish one of the most gorgeous rivers in Northern Quebec from the beginning of August to the end of September where Atlantic salmon, lake trout and speckled trout are always there to offer you incomparable fishing stories.

Leaf River Lodge

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Leaf River Lodge

2238, boul. Saguenay, Box 370
St-Henry, Quebec, G0R 3E0
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Leaf River Lodge

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Leaf River Lodge

2238, boul. Saguenay, Box 370
St-Henry, Quebec, G0R 3E0
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Business Hours

Traditional Indigenous Dwellings

Traditional Indigenous accommodations were a sophisticated response to each community’s unique natural environment and lifestyle. Although contemporary Indigenous Peoples in Canada live in modern housing, our traditional dwellings can provide important insight into how we used to live.

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