Vallée-de-la-Gatineau

The Vallée-de-la-Gatineau, in the northern part of the region, is the largest territory in the Outaouais, perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. Cycling, camping, water sports—you’ll find them all here, and lots of outfitters besides, from family-oriented businesses to more rustic enter¬prises, some in remote areas accessible only by seaplane. At Poisson Blanc Regional Park, you can even rent your own island! Snowmobilers and ATV riders can explore over 600 km of marked trails. The town of Maniwaki is home to several interpretation centres where you can learn about forest fire prevention, white-tailed deer, and Indigenous culture.
563
steps to the observation tower at Mont-Cayamant
1840
first settlers arrive in Gracefield
30 km
of hiking trails at Mont Ste-Marie
65
years of service for the Pythonga tugboat
12 km
of trails in Mont Morissette Regional Park
3 millions
walleyes stocked in the Baskatong Reservoir
70 km
sur la Véloroute des Draveurs