Head for the hills

"There's something very satisfying about a visit to the Collines-de-l'Outaouais. Gorgeous scenery, well-maintained historic sites, excellent food … you can really sense the enthusiasm and pride of the local residents. And it's just 15 minutes from Gatineau!

For this getaway, we've lined up a full and active day. Pack a picnic lunch and head for Camp Fortune, where you can get in touch with your inner primate! Go wild as you leap from an 8.5-metre, 10-metre or 12-metre tower onto a giant airbag. Back on terra firma, break for  lunch, then stroll through the beautiful and peaceful grounds of the Mackenzie King Estate. At the end of the day, join the friendly crowd on the outdoor patio at the Chelsea Pub. "

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A fun-packed day!

Points of interest

Camp Fortune
300, chemin Dunlop
Chelsea (Québec) J9B 2N3

Camp Fortune est votre centre de loisirs en plein air au cœur du parc de la Gatineau, à 15 minutes des centres villes. En hiver, Camp Fortune offre des conditions de ski et de planche à neige parmi les meilleures de la région. Un système de fabrication de neige artificielle assure une belle expérience pour skieurs et planchistes de tous les niveaux. Le reste de l’année, le Défi aérien Fortune est ce qui se fait de mieux en tant qu’activité d’aventure dans les arbres.

13 km
Whether you come via the Champlain Parkway or Chemin du Lac Meech, you'll have a beautiful drive!
The Mackenzie King Estate
1, chemin MacKenzie-King
Chelsea (Québec) J9B 1R5

Immerse yourself in the pastoral atmosphere of the last century by visiting this estate covering 230 hectares and located in Gatineau Park. For almost 50 years, it was the summer home of William Lyon Mackenzie King, Canada's 10th prime minister. Visitors can stroll along paths, visit the restored cottages, amble through the gardens and admire the ruins or stop for lunch at the Moorside Tearoom. Interpretation guides, audiovisual presentations and interpretation panels present a picture of Canada at that time. Come to the annual Family Event, from September 2 to 4, 2017 Make your last long weekend of summer extra fun! Celebrate Canada 150 at the Mackenzie King Estate. Enjoy lots of free activities, including live music and dancing, chocolate tasting, craft and artisan demonstrations, a Kids’ Corner, old-fashioned lawn games, and much more. Visit

7,9 km
The Chelsea Pub has been welcoming visitors since 1875. As you'll quickly discover, they have a rare talent for hospitality! Pull up a chair on the patio while the kids explore the special playground section.
Chelsea Pub
238, chemin Old Chelsea
Chelsea (Québec) J9B 1J3

Drop by this institution in the charming village of Old Chelsea and enjoy a bistro-style meal in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, and discover our wide range of artisan beers and tapas!