A wilderness tour of the Petite Nation
The wilderness tour encourages you to reconnect with your inner self in the heart of nature. Be one with nature and get to know the local flora and fauna.
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Points of interest
Duhamel (Québec) J0V 1G0
A prime destination for outdoor lovers, Duhamel has more than 50 km of hiking and snowshoeing trails (part of Quebec’s National Hiking Trail) offering spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. This vast forested territory attracts fishers and hunters as well as ATV and snowmobile enthusiasts, and is also popular for cycling, canoeing, river tubing, cross-country skiing, skating and ice fishing. Winter brings a special treat: deerwatching right in the village!
Duhamel (Québec) J0V 1G0
Log cabin on the edge of Lac Preston, in the forest. Ten rooms equipped with whirlpool tubs and fire place. The restaurant serves gastronomic French cuisine. Nearby activities: snowmobiling, ATV, ice fishing, luge, Nordic skiing, dog-sledding, downhill skiing, water-skiing, cycling, golf, rafting, hunting and fishing.
Lac-des-Plages (Québec) J0V 1G0
Here, there’s no need to embellish your fishing and hunting stories! The bounty of nature will make your wildest dreams come true. At Club des Douze Outfitter, providing quality lodging and good food and ensuring that our clients are comfortable has become a family sport.
Montpellier (Québec) J0V 1M0
The Tanwen Pack offers sportives dog sled rides since 2005. One hour, two hours or more are offered to discover this ancestral sport through the lush forests of the Petite Nation. Indeed, it's in Lac-Simon that the musher, Eric Pichette, will teach you how to drive your own team of 4 dogs while following a guide (seating is available on request). Get ready to have fun, to go beyond your limits.
Montebello (Québec) J0V 1L0
In your own vehicle, drive 15 km of winding roads through an 890-hectare park. With its unique formula in Quebec, Parc Omega introduces, over the seasons, species of animals living in their natural habitat. Discover the Canadian nature, wildlife, history and culture of the 11 First Nations of Quebec. The Park offers many activities, including walking trails, picnic areas, shows and entertainment, restaurants, the Old Farm visit and much more. Added to this are unusual accommodations as well as a brand new illuminated night trail in sounds and lights to discover nature's beauty.
114 Chemin de l'Hirondelle
Centre de vie de Ripon
Chalet Domaine la Terre-Neuve
Chalet lac Doré
Chiens de traîneau Gatineau Sleddogs
Club de Chasse et de Pêche de Ripon Inc.
Domaine Graham les Bouleaux Blancs
Duhamel Camping & Chalets
Ferme St Lap
Gîte De Détente Aux Petits Soins
Gîte Domaine Aux Crocollines
La Villa Du Rocher
Les chalets Colibri
Pourvoirie Chevreuil Blanc Inc.