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A sport tour of the Petite Nation

This sport-themed tour invites you to discover the territory’s hiking trails and huge lakes during two days (or more!) of activities to enjoy as a couple or family.

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1216 Principale St.
Duhamel (Québec) J0V 1G0
Canada

During the summer season, 33 cabins are nestled in the shade of a cedar and deciduous forest. A private road leads to the cabins. Each sleeps 5 or 6 people (2 or 3 bedrooms) and they are all fully equipped. A propane barbecue is provided. Free wireless Internet. You’ll need to bring your own linens. During the winter season, our 17 cabins for up to 6 people are fully equipped with a nice view of lake Simon. Snowshoes and ice fishing equipment are provided.

32 km
Climb to the viewpoint of the Parc des Montagnes Noires. At an altitude of 428 m, you will have the most beautiful view of the Petite Nation and Mont Tremblant!
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39 De la Montagne-Noire Rd.
Ripon (Québec) J0V 1V0
Canada

The Parc des Montagnes Noires de Ripon has 14 trails (total length 24 km) for hiking, mountain biking, fat biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and board sports. Explore an 800-acre forest combining the woodland environment of the Petite-Nation and the agricultural landscape. From the top of the 12-metre observation tower at the lookout on Mont Grand-Pic, 426 metres above sea level, you can admire the Petite-Nation valley. For an overnight stay, you can rent the park’s reception chalet, a shelter or a group campsite.

22 km
On this multifunctional trail, you can admire about thirty works of art!
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35 Principale St. (behind)
Saint-André-Avellin (Québec)
Canada

A unique 14-km, intermediate-level cycling route from Saint-André-Avellin to Saint-Sixte. As you pedal along the gravel path, view works by talented artists participating in the Pierre qui roule (“rolling stone”) art and nature symposium. Stop at the two lookouts to admire the scenery, beautiful in every season, from the fresh greens of early summer to the dazzling colours of fall. Definitely worth a visit if you’re in the area. In winter, the trail is open for snowshoeing!

26 km
Discover beautiful Poisson Blanc Lake by kayak, canoe or floating sauna! Don't leave Kenauk Nature without trying the axe throw and the climbing wall.
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1000 Kenauk Rd.
Montebello (Québec) J0V 1L0
Canada

Kenauk Nature offers the opportunity to try new and exciting activities that will reconnect you with yourself, your loved ones and nature. Summer favorites are the fly fishing school, mountain bike, stand up paddle board, climbing wall, canoe, kayak, rabaska, clay shooting and hiking. Various winter activities will enhance your stay: dog sledding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, ice climbing and ice fishing.

Other attractions

Activités nautiques

Association motoneigistes Vallée de la Nation

Association Quad - Région Outaouais 07

Attrapez des muskies géants

Auberge Couleurs de France

Auberge du lac-Commandant

Auberge et Club de golf Héritage

Camping Au Petit Lac Simon

Camping Lac Écho

Camping Parc national de Plaisance

 

Camping Saint-André-Avellin

Canadian Ski Marathon

Club de Chasse et de Pêche de Ripon Inc.

Club de golf Montpellier Lac-Simon

Club de golf Thurso

Cross-country skiing at Fairmont Le Château Montebello

Descente en tube de la rivière Petite Nation

École de conduite Land Rover Experience Montebello

Fairmont Le Château Montebello

Piste cyclable familiale

Rallye Défi

Rendez-vous touristique en Petite Nation

Réserve faunique de Papineau-Labelle

Route des Zingues

SAJO

Sentier Allons au bois

Sentier Iroquois

Sentiers pédestres

Tanwen Pack