Dive site characteristics
Behavior to have: respect the environment and the fauna.
At the tourist information booth a bathymetric map can be obtained. The cell phone may not operate.
The dives are done from shore. A 7.5mm thick neoprene wet suit is mandatory. A dry suit may be more suitable depending of your comfort habits. Water temperature varies around 60°F but there might be thermocline and it can drop to around 37 to 48°F.
Note: directions are accurate as possible. It is recommended to go with someone who knows the site.
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|1||20-40′||Ruines inondées||In order to reach the remains, you have to cross to the island. The depth is 100′ on the South-West side. The remains are on the North-East side.|
From road 131 heading North, follow the signs in order to get to St-Michel-des-Saints. Follow again the road in order to get to St-Ignace-du-Lac.
Turn left at St-Ignace, head to Camping St-Ignace.
Alternative route. Other road plan are possible, please consult a road map.
Did you know that...?
St-Ignace-du-Lac village has been flooded at the end of the hydro-electric power dam construction of the Reservoir Taureau. It is in 1930 that the village dismantlement operation started. You will find more details on the website Histoire de Saint-Ignace-du-Lac (History of St-Ignace-du-Lac in French only)
|Camping St-Ignace||531, Chemin Froment,
|450 833-6037||parking, camping|
|Chambre de commerce||Site web||tourist informations|