Éboulements (Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive)

Train station

Located in the heart of the village on Rue Félix Antoine Savard, Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive, opposite the Papeterie St-Gilles
Boarding point only
No ticket service on site
Free parking

It is best to book your seats online before your departure, or at one of our ticket offices. However, it is possible to buy your tickets on the train if you want to board at a boarding point without a ticket office. Tickets will be sold according to the availability of seats for the entire route. We advise you to arrive at least 30 minutes before the departure time.

Les Éboulements

The village’s name, Les Éboulements, recalls a violent earthquake that shook the entire Charlevoix region in February 1663. The earthquake caused the displacement of an important piece of land, at the current location of the village of Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive, long called Les Éboulements and now merged. To the northwest of the village is the Mont des Éboulements, the point of impact of an asteroid about 360 million years ago, creating what is called the Charlevoix Crater. As elsewhere in Charlevoix, Les Éboulements is shaped by several mountains, plateaus and valleys.