35 boul. Saint-Raymond, GatineauThis new climbing facility offers both an exciting rock climbing space for climbers of all levels, and the innovative Clip’N
Activities & Tours
Highway 307, GatineauThis natural site has caves dating back 12,000 to 20,000 years, which are the largest natural caves in the Canadian
ChelseaAs the main entryway to Gatineau Park, the picturesque village of Chelsea offers visitors cafés and restaurants, a bakery, and
538, ch. Edelweiss, WakefieldEighteen downhill trails (nine beginner, five difficult, six extremely difficult), four chair lifts including one high-speed quad, and two snow parks.
148, ch. Old Chelsea, ChelseaEquipment sales and rentals include mountain bikes (Velos VTT MTB and Trail-A-Bike), child carriers, skate skis, and cross-country skis. Reservations
76, ch. de la Montagne, Lac Ste. MarieThe Outaouais’ highest downhill vertical has 20 trails spanning two peaks. Long beginner runs; trails for experts. Two high-speed quad
1000, ch. des Voyageurs, Mont TremblantOffers 96 downhill runs over 650 acres of skiable terrain serviced by 14 lifts, including several quad chairlifts. Snowshoeing, skating,
399, route 323 North, MontebelloA 15-kilometre roadway travels through 1,500 acres of woodland where free-roaming deer, bears, and other wildlife can be viewed in
65, ch. Burnside, WakefieldDownhill and night skiing on 17 runs with five lifts. Also on site: ski and snowboard rentals and certified ski
WakefieldLocated on the banks of the Gatineau River, 30 kilometres north of Ottawa, Wakefield was once a bustling lumber settlement.