These websites will help you discover the Gatineau Valley
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Aire faunique du Baskatong
The Community Wildlife Area of Baskatong is working together with all stakeholders to sustain the fishery resources – in fact, to ensure that present and future generations will benefit from the vast potential that has lent renown to the Baskatong Reservoir.
Association des pourvoiries du Baskatong
On the sandy beaches of the Baskatong, you will find numerous outfitters providing accommodations of various sorts such as inns, cottages and campgrounds.
Gatineau Valley Tourism
Gatineau Valley tourism information website.
Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg
Official site of the Kitigan Zibi Aboriginal community.
Chambre de commerce de Maniwaki et la Vallée-de-la-Gatineau
Organization of local business people and other stakeholders.
The Regional County Municipality (MRC) includes two towns and 15 municipalities, as well as 5 unorganized territories, covering a total of 13 424 km2, equivalent to one-third of the area of Switzerland, making it one of the largest MRCs in Quebec.
Outaouais tourism information website.
Portail de la Vallée de la Gatineau
Gatineau Valley website providing general, social, economic and community information.
Réserve faunique La Vérendrye
With 4,000 plus lakes, water is an awesome resource in the La Vérendrye Wildlife Reserve. There are also 800 km of canoe-camping routes, a permanent exhibition at the South kiosk, interpretation trails, large and small game hunting, fishing, hiking, berry picking, snowmobiling, etc.
Upper Gatineau Whitewater Festival
Annual white water festival on the Gatineau River.
Walleye interpretation centre
A fun tour of 6 thematic sections will add to your knowledge of one of our most beautiful living resources. You will discover the beauty and the grandeur of the Baskatong Reservoir and learn about the mission and the activities of the corporation that manages this magnificent territory.
An exclusive territory of hunting, fishing and outdoor activities... where pure air, land and wildlife await you, for pleasure and... action.
The Bras-Coupé-Désert controlled harvesting zone (ZEC) includes about 400 lakes of which 130 are used in the summer.
This 1200-km2 territory, dotted with over 300 lakes, will enchant you.
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