Barrons-nous in the Collines-de-l'Outaouais
Even in the deep cold of winter, the scenery in the Collines-de-l’Outaouais is guaranteed to warm your heart. The photo and video team was in the area for a little fresh air and R&R. Their itinerary included sports, discoveries, and quiet time, but mostly lots of beautiful scenery!
See for yourself: have a look at the results of their adventure, a video to be enjoyed full-screen with the sound turned up!
*** Warning: This video may give you a sudden craving to discover the Collines-de-l’Outaouais.
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Points of interest
Chelsea (Québec) J9B 1R6
Come and visit Gatineau Park, a natural oasis covering 361 km2 of hills and forest. Its rich biodiversity and proximity to downtown make it a real paradise for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, canoeing, and cross-country skiing. Must-sees include the Mackenzie King Estate, Champlain Lookout, Pink Lake and Lusk Cave. Extend your visit by camping or staying in a cabin, available year round. Gatineau Park is managed and protected by the National Capital Commission.
La Pêche (Québec) J0X 3G0
Imagine a place so serene, yet so conveniently close to Canada's capital. First built in 1838, the Wakefield Mill Hotel & Spa is now a charming boutique hotel surrounded by the splendid Gatineau Park and the picturesque village of Wakefield. It offers 42 unique guest rooms, a dining room specializing in fine cuisine québécoise, The Heron Room Bistro restaurant, a full-treatment spa with outdoor massage tent, two outdoor hot tubs and swimming pool, five meeting/banquet rooms, as well as a cozy fireplace lounge.
Wakefield (Québec) J0X 3G0
Khewa is the northern wind that gently guides you back to your traditions. Khewa’s mission is to contribute to the economy of First Nations people by promoting Indigenous, Métis and Inuit artists. The boutique and art gallery offers a wide range of creative products, from handcrafted pieces to unique works of art. Khewa also offers services for corporate clients: cultural workshops on site, at business events or in schools. Groups are welcome for storytelling sessions (reservations required).