Gatineau Valley county

The Vallee-de-la-Gatineau is located in the heart of the Outaouais, a few dozens of kilometres away from Ottawa.

The Vallee-de-la-Gatineau is an excellent choice for an outdoor adventure. The valley which border the Gatineau river’s shores, groups together 17 municipalities, five so called “unorganized territories” and two Algonkin communities – Rapid Lake, in the Reserve faunique de la Verendrye and Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg, south of Maniwaki.

Here, the vast land is scattered with lakes, rivers, raging rapids and magnificent forests and many hunters and fishermen come here to enjoy its wild and beautiful landscapes. Besides, the Valle-de-la-Gatineau is a real paradise for water sports. Indeed, with 3200 lakes, the region is a peace of heaven for every outdoor amateur.

Guests practice here snowmobile, ATV riding, hiking, canoe-camping adventure tourism, trekking, farm tourism, bycucle and more. A growing number of vacationers come to Vallee-de-la-Gatineu to spend their weekends. The regions’ historical sites amaze many families and guests have access to a barietu of activities in delightful scenery.

More about Vallee-de-la-Gatineau:

  • Eagle Forest
  • Village of Blue Sea
  • Cayamant
  • Denholm
  • Gracefield
  • Grand-Remous
  • Kazabazua
  • Kitigan Zibi, Algonquin reserve
  • Lac Sainte-Marie
  • Low
  • Maniwaki
  • Outaouais region
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