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Montréal: 860 km
Québec: 629 km
Tourisme Côte-Nord promotes sites that allow you to do outdoor activities. Users are responsible for their own safety and for anyone else they are responsible for. Outdoor activities come with risks and it's the user's responsibility to make sure they respect what their physical limit is, as well as any regulations on site.
To reach this village, you must leave Route 138 and take the road that leads into town. Magpie, named after a bird that was mistakenly thought to be abundant in the region, was the largest cod fishing harbour in the region at the turn of the 20th century. Near the pier of the once-bustling harbour, a rest area leads to a rock formation forming a natural lookout and vantage point for whale watching. On the river is a 40-megawatt hydroelectric power plant, built to replace a 2-megawatt facility erected in 1958.