Clermont, 3100 people, is a town in the Charlevoix region of Quebec, situated just 8 km (5 mi) from La Malbaie down the picturesque Road 138.

The town of Clermont is set on the banks of the Malbaie River, a well-known salmon fishing spot in Charlevoix. The community boasts a wide variety of tourist attractions and services, including salmon fishing, an arena, a library, tennis courts, playing fields, and a sports center with a daycare facility open during the summer months.

The town also features a superb multi-sports trail for hiking, bicycling, and skating. This lovely trail is equipped with rest areas and is accessible for people with reduced mobility.

Clermont is also a gateway to the Controlled economic zones–ZEC, where outdoor enthusiasts interested in hunting and fishing will find everything to meet their needs.

One of the most famous sites in Clermont is the Croix de Clermont Mountain. The summit of the mountain opens a superb panoramic view of the surrounding area.

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