The Collines for adventurers
You're no armchair athlete, and we know it: have we got a route for you! First stop, Arbraska Laflèche, where you can tour the largest visited cave in the Canadian Shield. From deep underground, soar high in the air on an extreme zip line through the treetops and over lakes. Next stop, Biscotti et cie where your reward awaits you: a selection of delectable desserts to enjoy at your leisure. Still craving adventure? Head for Camp Fortune and launch yourself from a freestanding tower onto a giant airbag. Finally, trade adrenalin for endorphin with an overnight stay in a yurt in Gatineau Park.
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Val-des-Monts (Québec) J8N 4B7
Come and live exciting moments on treetops and have fun on our zip lines, suspended bridges, swings, nets and way more! Release your inner Tarzan while flying over a 168-feet lake on a giant zip line that will propel you 45 km/h! Arbraska Laflèche is more than just an aerial park: it offers many other adventures to share with family, friends or colleagues, such as GPS rallies, a Via Ferrata, team building, cave exploration or night treks for the bravest! Venture deep underground in the famous Laflèche Cave, the biggest visited cave in the Canadian Shield. Equipped with an explorer helmet, you will be able to observe the 1,001 subterranean mysteries while living an unforgettable experience.
Chelsea (Québec) J9B 1R5
Biscotti & cie, either for take-out or in our garden, where parents,children and friends can enjoy little treats, coffee and delicious sandwiches. We offer home-style food and restaurant service, with a diversified and modern menu.
Chelsea (Québec) J9B 2N3
At Camp Fortune in the Gatineau Hills, you can walk above the trees rather than among them! Come and enjoy the thrill of suspended walkways, rope bridges and net gangways, with a grande finale zip line! It is the latest in adventure activities.
Chelsea (Québec) J9B 1R6
Visit Gatineau Park, with over 361 km2 of hills and forest only 15 minutes from downtown Ottawa–Gatineau. Enjoy a picnic at Champlain Lookout, which overlooks the Ottawa Valley, or step back in time at the Mackenzie King Estate. The Estate features architectural ruins, romantic gardens, newly renovated cottages, interactive exhibits and the Mackenzie King Tearoom. Whether you come by bicycle or by car, the Park’s network of parkways offers a scenic view of the region.