Île-du-Grand-Calumet (Calumet Island) has always been famous for its world-class rapids. “Calumet Fever” was a term used by the log drivers of yore to describe their fear of crossing the treacherous rapids. Today, the island is an ideal playground for whitewater enthusiasts, canoeists, kayakers and wilderness campers. With its rich history closely linked to the Ottawa River, Île-du-Grand-Calumet is a landmark of the Chemins d’eau tourist route.
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