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After a great day of snowmobiling, there is nothing like well-deserved comfort. With the impeccable quality and wide variety of accommodation alternatives near our snowmobile trails, you will fully enjoy your stay in Abitibi-Témiscamingue. Another important detail: our region is among the safest in the world. Many accommodation establishments provide parking spaces designed to meet the needs of their guests. Take advantage of our all-inclusive packages, and finish the day on a high note.

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Abitibiwinni, l'expérience algonquine1Amos-HarricanaFor countless years now, Pikogan and other Algonquin communities have engaged in dialogue and sharing among themselves and with other nations. Let us show you how we collect and pass down our knowledge, our beliefs and our love of the land. An exhibit brings to life the history of the Pikogan Abitibiwinni through prolific as well as troubled times. The millennial occupation of a vast territory has left marks still visible in Pikogan. Other interesting visits include the tipishaped community church and the Aboriginal crafts shop. The Pikogan Church is member of the Réseau muséal de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue:
Algonquin Canoe Company4TémiscamingueThorne
Amos1Amos-HarricanaIn the heart of Abitibi, somewhere between Harricana River – one of Canada’s longest navigable waterways flowing into James Bay – and the esker – our most precious natural wealth known as one of the world’s best source of fresh water – stands at the crossroads a city built on pristine water and nature, a city anchored into one century of history filled with the courage and determination of pioneers who moved here in the hope of finding a better life. 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of Amos. The population is ready to welcome you and, and promises a flamboyant program that acknowledges the past, celebrates the present and looks into the future. With its warm and welcoming population, its enjoyable and enriching activities, and its dynamic and daring organizations, Amos is an urban living environment where nature fits in naturally. Boasting a rich and unique heritage, the people of Amos live a fulfilled life in which they can strike a fair balance between work, sport, recreation, culture and happiness. Book your holiday now. This year, Amos is the place to be! Amos
Amos vous raconte son histoire, le circuit1Amos-HarricanaTravel back in time to the days of colonization, and discover the cradle of Abitibi. This theatrical yet historical tour is above all entertaining and unique. Along a 3 km walking tour punctuated by short theatre scenes, young Amos introduces you to the builders who shaped the cradle of today’s Abitibi. Come discover Amos’ historical downtown area skirted by the beautiful Harricana River. Amos
Amosphère complexe hôtelier1Amos-HarricanaAmos
Annie (Troupe À Coeur ouvert)2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestANNIE, a musical by play writer Thomas Meehan, composer Charles Strouse and lyricist Martin Charnin, tells the story of a young orphan who longs to find her parents. La Sarre
Atelier-galerie de l'artiste peintre Staifany GonthierRouyn-NorandaArtist-painter Staifany Gonthier’s playful and colorful creative universe is set in a style accessible to everyone. As soon as you walk in her art workshop and gallery, situated in Rouyn-Noranda’s downtown area, you enter her world. Discover her sources of inspiration, see her talent come alive, enjoy a conversation with her and admire her works that adorn the walls.Rouyn-Noranda
Au Bercail Motel4TémiscamingueTémiscaming
Au Repos du Bouleau4TémiscamingueNotre-Dame-du-Nord
Au Soleil Couchant5Vallée-de-l'OrVal d'Or
Auberge Canadienne4TémiscamingueTémiscaming
Auberge de jeunesse Maeva-TémisVille-Marie
Auberge de l'Orpailleur5Vallée-de-l'OrVal-d'Or
Auberge Dorval Lodge5Vallée-de-l'OrSituated right off highway 117, at Km 402, the Dorval Lodge borders the Dozois reservoir, where fishing walleye and Northern pike is highly popular. With 28 cabins, 15 motorboats, 1 pontoon and several professional guides, the Dorval Lodge is the perfect place for dream fishing vacations.Egan
Auberge du lac4TémiscamingueNotre-Dame-du-Nord
Auberge Nouvelle Frontière1Amos-HarricanaAmos
Auberge Ville-Marie4TémiscamingueVille-Marie
Aventures ObikobaRémigny
Aventures Obikoba4TémiscamingueRental of four-season cabins on the shore of lac Lebret and in the heart of the forest. Aventures Obikoba suggests a wide range of outdoor activities. In winter, the cabins are accessible on snowshoe and snowmobile. Rémigny
Aviation Berthelot5Vallée-de-l'OrSenneterre
Balbuzard Sauvage inc.5Vallée-de-l'OrBased at 125 Km from Senneterre, the nearest town, the Outfitting Lodge enjoys an exclusive right for hunting, fishing and collecting small game. With more than 200 lakes, the principal lodge nestles on the shores of Trévet Lac in a jewelbox of hills covered with dark spruce and white birches.Senneterre
Balthazar CaféBalthazar Café is a warm and friendly place that offers daily fresh homemade products! On the spot: bakery, fair trade coffee, paninis, soups, salads and desserts. Also available: catering service for all occasions and room rental. We also sell teas from Tea Taxi in 44 varieties. Val d'Or
Bar Bistro l'Entracte5Vallée-de-l'OrVal-d'Or
Barbin SportVal-d'Or (Dubuisson)
Barbin SportRental of snowmobiles by the day, by the weekend or by the week; rates include insurance and trail access permits. Rental of proper clothing and hats is also available. To cover breakage or damage due to accidents, a $1,500 pre-authorization is requested from rental customers prior to departure and reimbursed at the end of rental. A valid driver’s license is required.Val-d'Or (Dubuisson)
Barraute1Amos-HarricanaAt the junction of three major cities of Abitibi, Barraute offers nature on a plateau. This is where you find the best water in the world, the 'Fleurons du Québec', not to mention the parks and bike trails. Discover the area’s geomorphology and forest on a mountain that offers a full gamut of experiences: lakes, camping, hiking trail, mountain bike trail, interpretation trail in the summertime; downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and crosscountry skiing in the wintertime. Barraute is willing to share its treasures!Barraute
Best Western Plus Hôtel Albert3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Bienvenue Chez-Oeufs3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Bistro Elle et Louis Ville-Marie
Bistro Jezz3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Bistro la Maîtresse2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestLa Sarre
Boulangerie La GourmandineAmos
Boulangerie Lacroix Normétal2Abitibi-OuestThis family run business has produced bread and pastry since 1951. Discover every step of the bread making process. Breathe the comforting smell of freshly baked bread lingering in the air, and while you are there, buy yourself a few products. A peek at what’s to come in 2012: the opening of Maison des Gaulois, a house at the image of the people of Normétal.Normétal
Boutique de l'Atelier2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestA kilometer from the village of Gallichan, on the shore of the Duparquet River, artists Jacques Baril and Liliane Gagnon propose an incursion into their artistic universe during your visit of their studio and adjoining shop. A sculptor for the last thirty years, Jacques Baril has won several awards for original and monumental works of art. Many of his public works can be admired across the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region, but also elsewhere in Quebec, Canada and Europe. As regards miniature sculptor and painter Liliane Gagnon, she has been practicing for just as many years as Baril. Most of the materials she uses are drawn from the environment surrounding majestic Lake Abitibi: bark, cedar nodes, bush roots, limestone concretions, etc. She assembles her raw materials to create miniature works of art.Gallichan
Boutique souvenirs Expo-Art5Vallée-de-l'OrBoutique souvenirs Expo-Art sells creations by twenty local artists and artisans or so as well as a wide variety of souvenirs, including the collection Sucre d'Or. Be original, and offer an assortment of fine chocolates sprinkled with edible gold dust or barley sugar made with edible gold flakes. You will also find a display stand of regional products of Marché public de la Vallée-de-l’Or. While at the tourist information office, take a good look at the giant work of art by Cree artist Stephen Sheshamush. A soapstone sculpture weighing more than 2 tons, "Mère Nature" symbolizes the friendship existing between the Cree Nation and the Val-d’Or people.Val d'Or
Brochetterie grecque resto-bar3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Budget LocationRouyn-Noranda
Bureau d'accueil touristique de Notre-Dame-du-Nord4TémiscamingueNotre-Dame-du-Nord
Bureau d'accueil touristique de Témiscaming4TémiscamingueTémiscaming
Bureau d'information touristique de Duhame-OuestTémiscamingueDuhamel-Ouest
Bureau d'information touristique de La Sarre2Abitibi-OuestLa Sarre
Bureau d'information touristique de Rouyn-Noranda3Rouyn-NorandaTourist information office open all year-round Free services provided: - Dumping station for trailers - RV Parking - Parking for motorcycles - WiFi - Picnic areaRouyn-Noranda
Bureau d'information touristique de Senneterre5Vallée-de-l'OrSenneterre
Café des Rumeurs2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestGallichan
Café Elkoza2Abitibi-OuestBordering lac Macamic, Café Elkoza proposes a warm and friendly atmosphere to discover the works of artists and artisans of the region while enjoying a specialty coffee or a delicious meal. From the terrace, a footbridge leads to a paddleboat named "Le Rêveur" which was built Émilien Bélanger. Drinks and meals are served in the summertime. Come enjoy dinner and show events, admire exhibitions, participate in workshops or buy artisan products throughout the year. Café Elkoza stands out for its warm welcome, relaxed ambiance and ornaments of different origins and inspirations (Moroccan, Mexican, Asian, European or Western). A whole world to discover!Macamic
Café-bar l'Abstracto3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Camp La Lucarne / Pourvoirie Anishnabek inc.4TémiscamingueCamp La Lucarne is located on an exceptional site bordering Kipawa Lake, a body of water worth discovering. It is a dream place for your next vacation and a veritable paradise for hunting and fishing buffs. With five two-bedroom cottages, a sauna, hot tub facilities, a beach, a restaurant and bar, moorage facilities, private docks, boat rentals and direct access to Trans-Québec snowmobile trail #63, you'll surely find something to please everyone in the family!Laniel
Camping Bel. Évasion2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestTaschereau
Camping Clin d'Oeil3Rouyn-NorandaSituated in the Montbeillard neighborhood of Rouyn-Noranda, and bordering Opasatica Lake (via highway 101), Camping Clin d’œil provides a wide range of activities, facilities and services: cabin rentals, guided recreational activities, playroom, fishing, restaurant, etc. Available nearby: convenience store, gas station, hardware store, children’s park, boat launching ramp and municipal pier. Admire the landscapes and impressive views as you hike our trails and stop at the many scenic points.Rouyn-Noranda (Montbeillard)
Camping Kanasuta3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Camping Kino-Jévis3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda (Bellecombe)
Camping le Nid d'Aigle5Vallée-de-l'OrVal-d'Or
Camping le Ptit Paradis4TémiscamingueSaint-Eugène-de-Guigues
Camping municipal de Roquemaure2Abitibi-OuestRoquemaure
Camping municipal du lac Beauchamp1Amos-HarricanaTrécesson
Camping régional de Malartic5Vallée-de-l'OrSituated at less than two kilometers from the city, Camping régional de Malartic offers a peaceful environment. In addition to a swimming pool and a paddle pool, both heated, children can enjoy a water play park and a vast playground. Also available: pétanque, beach volleyball, basketball, picnic area, etc. Chalets that can accommodate up to six persons are available for vacation rental. A one-day rate is available for visitors who wish to enjoy our facilities or spend some time with friends.Malartic
Camping Sagittaire5Vallée-de-l'Or Val-d'Or
Camping VR TémiKami4TémiscamingueThis campground provides several services in an enchanting setting: drinking water, sewage dumping station, electricity (50 amps), WiFi, restaurant (Le Coucoushee), and health center complete with a gym, spa, sauna, hamman and massage therapy services. Duhamel-Ouest
Cathédrale d'Amos1Amos RégionIn 1922, Monsignor Dudemaine, priest to the the first parish of Abitibi, and the architect Beaugrand-Champagne, of Montreal, got together to build the Sainte-Thérèse-d’Avila Church. Later, in 1939, this church became a cathedral. Monsignor Desmarais became the first bishop of the young Amos diocese. This Roman-Byzantyne style structure is unique in North America. It is a veritable work of art, where mosaics, Italian marble and French stained windows may be seen.Amos
Centrale de la Première-Chute4TémiscamingueHead out to the power station that served as a model for the James Bay hydropower projects. Built in 1968, this structure stands proudly above the Ottawa River. It is the only hydroelectric power station open to visitors in Abitibi-Témiscamingue! Learn how the distribution system frequency was converted from 25 to 60 hertz and about rural electrification.Notre-Dame-du-Nord
Centre d'art Rotary2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestCentre d’art Rotary presents several exhibitions by artists from here and elsewhere as well as scientific exhibitions. The temporary exhibitions and events showcase works across all the disciplines of visual art: present art, contemporary art, fine art and arts & crafts. In the lobby, an outstanding quilt illustrates 75 years of local history. The shop offers a wide selection of gift items made by artists and artisans of the region. Member of Réseau muséal Abitibi-Témiscamingue. La Sarre
Centre d'exposition d'Amos1Amos-HarricanaLe Centre d’exposition d’Amos is chiefly committed to the dissemination of visual arts with a definite emphasis on contemporary art. It provides three facilities and welcomes some fifteen temporary exhibitions per year. It is a place of culture where the works by artists of Abitibi-Témiscamingue and of other regions of Quebec are particularly brought into focus. Occasionally, the Centre welcomes exhibitions dealing with scientific and historic themes. The gift shop on the premises abounds in original artwork and crafts by artists and artisans of the region. Member of the Réseau muséal de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue:
Centre d'exposition de Rouyn-Noranda3Rouyn-NorandaCentre d'exposition de Rouyn-Noranda (CERN) is a place of sharing, creation, cultural leadership, education and conservation. It showcases one-of-a-kind and touring exhibits by regional or national artists, as well as national museums such as Montreal’s museum of contemporary art or the Canadian Museum of Civilization. Needless to say, the exhibits and projects by local groups also occupy a key place in the Center’s programming. Summer 2014: In collaboration with the Musée du Bas-St-Laurent, the CERN presents The 1970s, a tribute to the spirited cultural effervescence of a tumultuous Québec. It’s a period whose paintings speak volumes! An exhibit not to be missed!Rouyn-Noranda
Centre d'exposition de Val-d'Or5Vallée-de-l'OrThe Centre exhibits the work of regional artists and other contributors, as well as travelling exhibitions. During these shows, the public can learn more on various art forms such as painting, sculpture, photography or videography. Moreover, a whole array of activities are also offered: workshops, lectures and seminars. Member of the Réseau muséal de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue:'Or
Centre d'interprétation Becs et jardins4TémiscamingueSituated at the southern entrance of the municipality of Nédélec, bordering Hwy. 101, the Centre d’interprétation Becs et jardins (beaks and gardens) offers animation, awareness and education activities on the theme of the environment. A walking path makes it possible to enhance the wealth and variety of the local plant life. Moreover, bird watching enthusiasts will get a chance to observe several species.Nédélec
Centre d'interprétation Camp Spirit Lake1Amos-HarricanaCamp Spirit Lake is one of the 24 detention camps for citizens of enemy countries that were built during World War One. More than 1,200 persons and 60 families, most of them of Ukrainian origin, stayed at this camp of unique character. Visit the historic interpretation center and the souvenir shop. Member of the Réseau muséal de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue:écesson
Centre d'interprétation de la foresterie2Abitibi-OuestCome visit the new premises of Centre d’interprétation de la foresterie, which features a collection of tools used for forestry decades ago. Discover the history of the region as told by its geography, forestry and archeology. Member of Réseau muséal Abitibi-Témiscamingue.La Sarre
Centre d'interprétation de la guêpe4TémiscamingueMr. Gérard Gagnon has been collecting wasp nests since 1974 and now has over 1,000 of them. The interpretation centre currently exhibits over 700 of them, each unique in its own way. Discover how wasps build their nest, the materials they use and learn more on their cycle of life.Laverlochère
Centre d'interprétation de la nature et marais Laperrière4TémiscamingueThe Nature Interpretation Centre is the ideal place to polish your knowledge of wetland plant and wildlife. Marais Laperière hosts a photo exhibition on spiders found in Quebec. Learn about facts and behaviors associated with spiders. Come see a butterfly emerging from its cocoon, admire Marais Laperrière as depicted on wall murals by regional artists. Discover how birds are ringed. This visit covers an array of fascinating topics to the greatest pleasure of nature lovers. To complete the visit of the centre, explore the Laperrière marsh, a site that is home to a wealth of plant and animal species. Access by 400, chemin Notre-Dame Sud, 2 km from Ville-Marie; you will find an observation tower, a large deck, a wharf, a listening station, as well as various infrastructures such as parking and picnic areas. Bring your binoculars and camera. Who knows, you might just run into one of the many painted turtles that have made it their home? Duhamel-Ouest
Centre plein air du lac Flavrian3Rouyn-NorandaCentre plein air du lac Flavrian is first and foremost a holiday camp for the handicapped, offering stays tailored to the type of disability and needs of every individual. Its facilities and equipment are also made available to the general population: cabin, dormitory, reception room, beach, swimming pool, vast green area and kitchen service. The Fernand-Tremblay pavilion is one of our many buildings designed to fulfill corporate, family or group needs such as high-speed Internet, satellite, laundry room, living room, kitchen, etc.Rouyn-Noranda
Chalets, Hôtel & Spa TémiKami4TémiscamingueNestled amidst a bountiful nature bordering the majestic Lake Témiscamingue, discover a haven of tranquility in the TémiKami Inn/Coucoushee restaurant. This mini convention center by excellence offers all-round scenery of exceptional beauty. At Chalets, Hôtel & Spa TémiKami, you will find luxurious, comfortable facilities, exterior terraces, spas, saunas, a gym and a health resort. Ville-Marie
Chez Gador2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestLa Sarre
Chez Gustave2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestLa Sarre
Chocolat-Bistro le Gisement3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Circuit agrotouristique1Amos-HarricanaAccompanied by a guide, enjoy a full array of activities throughout the day, including guided visits of a dairy farm and stable. Come rain come shine, take this opportunity to share a meal with friends and family on a nicely set out picnic site. Complement the day with a visit to Musée de la poste and Boutique de forge.Saint-Marc-de-Figuery
Circuit cyclable et piétonnier Roger Labrosse4TémiscamingueNine kilometers in length, this looped, paved circuit can accommodate people on their bicycle, inline skates or on foot. The bike path gives access to a 1.4 km hiking trail climbing to a scenic point overlooking the downtown area. The view is particularly spectacular in the fall season.Témiscaming
Circuit cyclable et piétonnier Roger Labrosse4TémiscamingueTémiscaming
Circuit d'interprétation historique du Vieux-Rouyn et du Vieux-Noranda3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn and Noranda: Two cities that came of age side-by-side, yet each with its own unique character. Discover their history, 88 years in the making, as you visit the 13 stops of the Vieux-Noranda self-guided tour and the seven stops of the Vieux-Rouyn self-guided tour, which include the Hotel Noranda, the Youville hospital, the post office and City Hall, as well as several other points of interest that attest to their transformation over time. Walk, bike or drive through the streets and explore what these cities have been and what they have since become. Embark on a voyage back in time where you can compare the architecture of yesteryear with modern-day cityscapes. A tour map is available at the tourist information office.Rouyn-Noranda
Circuit patrimonial2Abitibi-OuestLa Sarre is proud to present its first walking tour of heritage sites and buildings. Supported by interpretation signs, this tour will introduce you to people and locations that have marked and shaped the character of the municipality. A first step into the history and identity of La Sarre!La Sarre
Clerval2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestPicturesque village located near Lake Abitibi, Clerval was founded in 1927 and has a population of 364 welcoming Clervalois and Clervaloises. The village will surprise many with its attractions, such as its water-related activities. Part of the village, Nepawa Island boasts of the only covered bridge of the province to link an island to mainland. The island, which enjoys a mild microclimate, was developed by newcomers from the Magdalen Islands in the 1930s. Clerval
Club de golf Beattie La Sarre2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestLa Sarre
Club de golf Duparquet2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestDuparquet
Club de golf L'Oiselet d'Amos1Amos RégionAmos
Club de golf Noranda3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Club de golf Siscoe5Vallée-de-l'OrVal-d'Or (Sullivan)
Club de golf Témiscaming4TémiscamingueTémiscaming
Club de golf Ville-Marie4TémiscamingueDuhamel-Ouest
Club de ski de fond4TémiscamingueTémiscaming
Club de ski de fond et raquette de Val-d'Or5Vallée-de-l'OrVal-d'Or
Club de ski de fond Évain inc.3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Club de ski de fond Granada3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Club de ski de fond Skinoramik2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestSainte-Germaine-Boulé
Club Sports Belvédère5Vallée-de-l'OrClub Sports Belvédère, inaugurated in 1992, is in a beautiful scenic location offering a panoramic view over the area at walking distance from downtown Val-d’Or. Its 18-hole, 72-par course with distances ranging from 5,465 yards (red flagpoles) to 6,797 yards (golden yellow flagpoles), offers a challenge to golfers of all experience level. The course includes 58 sand traps, 3 artificial lakes and greens with an average surface area of 7,040 square feet. Services offered: resto-bar, dining room, driving range, and hotel & golf package. Other activity: curling.Val-d'Or
Collection archéologique Joseph Bérubé2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestThe Café des Rumeurs, situated in Gallichan’s old presbytery, highlights the archeological collection of Mr. Joseph Bérubé who, in the ‘60s, identified five Native occupation sites and that of a French fur-trading post in the vicinity of Lake Abitibi. Hence, the dinner tables that have been converted into displays show Mr. Bérubé’s findings such as arrowheads, pipes, scrapers, necklaces and axes. In addition to having a history lesson, you can enjoy fine Asian food.Gallichan
Collection C. Morin2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestThe collection C. Morin, which unveils the rural life of the pioneers of the Abitibi-West sector, represents a great cultural heritage. The variety and quality of the objects assembled here adds to the wealth of this history. You will see 30 horse carriages dating back to the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. There are also over three hundred artefacts linked to domestic life or the use of horses as a method of transportation or for working the land, that add to the authenticity of the collection.Macamic (Colombourg)
Collines Kékéko3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda (Beaudry)
Comfort Inn Rouyn-Noranda3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Comfort Inn Val-d'Or5Vallée-de-l'OrVal-d'Or
Cyclo-voie du partage des eaux3Rouyn-NorandaTaking this cycle path, which follows an old railway line between Rouyn Noranda and Taschereau, cyclists can immerse themselves in a variety of natural settings representing the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region’s characteristic ecosystems. Stretching 56 km, this portion of La Route verte is entirely covered with stone dust. Pick up a map of the cycle path at the tourist information office in Rouyn-Noranda.Rouyn-Noranda
Deville Centre Hôtelier3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Domaine des Rêves1Amos RégionThis animal farm has more than twenty miniature horses and household pets from South America. You will be amazed by their small size and vivacious nature, and some of them will proudly demonstrate their skills. Also bardot, donkey, sheep, miniature pig and various types of rabbit. Watching these animals sharing the same caring and respectful environment is quite impressive, making your visit unforgettable. A rendez-vous with passion and emotions.Amos
Domaine DesDuc4TémiscamingueCommercial vineyard on the edges of Lake Témiscamingue, a few kilometers from Ville-Marie. Thanks to the microclimate provided by the proximity of Lake Témiscamingue and the favorable orientation of its south-south-west slope, the vineyard enjoys maximum sunshine. The level of sugar and acidity of the grapes grown at Domaine des Ducs are compatible with the production of quality wine.Duhamel-Ouest
Domaine Driftwood4TémiscamingueMoffet
Duparquet2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestOnce a mining town, Duparquet now banks on its environment. The lake, which bears the same name, numbers one hundred and thirty-five islands. Several activities are practiced here during winter as well as during summer. A 20 km trail lets you take full advantage of each ATV or cross-country skiing season. A few outfitters and private tourist home owners have established on its shores and on one of its islands you may find the oldest white cedars in America; a phenomenon of particular interest for researchers. A quay allows boating enthusiasts to have access to the site. An exhibition at the Town Hall traces back the history of the municipality. Duparquet
École buissonnière5Vallée-de-l'OrThe nature interpretation trail of École buissonnière, Dubuisson, provides 3 km of hiking paths stretching across the beautiful Piché-Lemoyne forest. The Explorateur forest park nearby is an excellent place to picnic and enjoy the panorama over Piché River. Val-d'Or
École du Rang II2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestChildren attended school here from 1937 to 1958. It is a true restauration of the rural schools of Québec, and its decor as well as the school artifacts on display, contribute to its realism. You may even take part in participatory theatre, where it is possible to experience a full, typical ’40s day in class and also meet the inspector or the parish priest. Member of the Réseau muséal de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue: Authier
Église de Rapide-Danseur2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestThis baroque-style church was built in 1942 with fieldstones. Today, it has been designated a historic site. In the basement, you may see a summer exhibition of paintings by artists of the region, as well as the antique collection of Mr. Édouard Miljours, colonization inspector in the ‘30s. In the summertime, enjoy the Internet Café on the premises. Rapide-Danseur
Église de Rémigny4TémiscamingueBuilt in 1940-1946 thanks to the thousands of hours of volunteer work done by the parishioners of Rémigny, it is a testament to the perseverance of these people at the time of colonization. It is built of cut stone in the Dom Bellot style, i.e. without any pillars inside, and it houses three consecrated altars; a unique feature in Abitibi-Témiscamingue. Rémigny
Église orthodoxe russe, Rouyn-Noranda3Rouyn-NorandaTreat yourself to the rewarding experience of a guided tour of this historic commemorative site built in 1955 with quite an unusual architecture in this urban setting. You will discover the fabulous legacy of another era and the rites of the Russian Orthodox religion. In the Immigration Interpretation Center, located in the basement, you will learn how Rouyn-Noranda has grown richer through the contribution of immigrants, mostly from Europe. An historic 12 minutes video introduces the men and women who helped build the city and who richly shaped its economic, cultural and social life. Rouyn-Noranda
Eugène Auberge/Bistro4TémiscamingueVille-Marie
Exposition " Duparquet, une ville au coeur en or "2Abitibi-OuestDiscover the rich past of Duparquet through photographs and objects. Relive the history of this community from its foundation to our days. The discovery, in 1912, of the first gold vein and the opening of its first mining company, Beattie Gold Mines, kicked off Duparquet’s demographic boom.Duparquet
Ferme du Centaure4TémiscamingueIf you have a passion for horses, you will enjoy meeting a skilled horsewoman who obviously shares the same interests at the Ferme du Centaure horse-riding school. If you want to make a guided tour, the owner, Orphée Guy, will be pleased to show you around the premises. She will explain how she subtly communicates with her beloved horses, and if you ask, she will make a “horse whispering” demonstration. Children can live a “hands-on” experience by learning how to groom the ponies. For those seeking a unique and thrilling experience, the school offers a variety of riding lessons to suit everyone.Laverlochère
Ferme Nordvie4TémiscamingueSaint-Bruno-de-Guigues
Festival Classique de l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue5Vallée-de-l'OrVal d'Or
Festival de la Relève Indépendante Musicale en Abitibi-Témiscamingue5Vallée-de-l'OrFRIMAT proposes performances by up-and-coming artists on the Quebec music scene. Vitrine de la relève gives artists of Abitibi-Témiscamingue a fine opportunity to present their material and demonstrate their talent.Val-d'Or
Festival de musique émergente3Rouyn-NorandaThe FME welcomes about 60 artists and bands from the international alternative music scene, with concerts given in an intimate or festive setting and music experiences surrounded by street art and spectacular urban scenography. Rouyn-Noranda
Festival des Guitares du Monde en Abitibi-Témiscamingue3Rouyn-NorandaThis festival features more than 40 concerts by the most talented and gifted guitarists from the Quebec and world stages. You will be carried away by the performance of those artists, whose musical styles are as colorful as they are diverse. Rouyn-Noranda
Festival des Langues sales2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestThis festival celebrates the French language as spoken in our communities: rich and spicy. Music, sing-along songs, comedy, poetry and 'bitching' contests between villages. La Sarre
Festival du cinéma international en Abitibi-Témiscamingue3Rouyn-NorandaThis festival presents about 150 film productions from some 30 countries. With short, medium-length and full feature films, animated films, fictions and documentaries, the Festival puts on quite a show!Rouyn-Noranda
Festival du DocuMenteur de l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Festival pyromusical en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Osisko en lumière3Rouyn-NorandaA pyromusical show presented by professional fireworks teams by lac Osisko. Live concerts by world-renown artists every night and free family activities in the afternoon.Rouyn-Noranda
Fonderie Horne3Rouyn-NorandaStarted up in 1927, this complex is still today one of the most important world producers of copper and precious metals. At first destined to the exclusive extraction and processing of its own ore, the company was, early on, poised to meet an international demand by offering ore and other metal material smelting-type services.Rouyn-Noranda
Forêt ornithologique Askikwaj1Amos RégionTwo narrow trails winding their way across a conservation zone featuring a hill and two lakes. The first trail ("sentier des Belvédères"), at the top of the hill, offers numerous interesting viewpoints. It is well suited for people of all ages, for it can be walked in less than one hour. For the more ambitious, the second trail ("sentier des Oiseaux") circles the hill through bird watching and nature observation areas. Hikers will appreciate the nestling boxes installed along the trail. La Corne
Forêt récréativeThe trails of this recreational forest site, which covers 50 sq. km, are used year-round by mountain bikers, runners, hikers, motocross and quad riders, snowmobilers, cross-country skiers, snowshoers and wild berry pickers. The welcome centre, inaugurated in January 2012, is open throughout the year and offers many amenities in a warm, modern setting.Val-d'Or
Fossilarium4TémiscamingueFossilarium proposes a new exhibition on the fascinating world of fossils from here and elsewhere, as well as many experiments and specimen handling experiences, as a tribute to planet Earth and the evolution of living organisms. From fossil insects to insects of today, discover a great deal of relevant information on their composition and role. The Fossilarium also offers children workshops, outdoor visits, packages, excursions and the possibility to return home with souvenir fossils. Member of the Réseau muséal de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue: Member of the Mémoires des chemins d’eau: memoiresdescheminsdeau.comNotre-Dame-du-Nord
Fossilarium4TémiscamingueBe a paleontologist for one hour, two hours or a day during an excursion led by a competent guide. Excavate the site in the search of fossils, keep those tagged by the guide, and participate in museum research. If you make an outstanding discovery, your name will appear on the list of our collection. Notre-Dame-du-Nord
FossilariumTo experience a great experience with family or friends, Fossilarium proposes exciting excursions to discover several species of marine fossils that are 420 to 460 million years old. An experienced guide will help you find fossils, identify them and tell you which discoveries you can keep as souvenirs. You will cross several rivers and the charming village of Belle-Vallée, situated at the head of Lake Témiscamingue.Notre-Dame-du-Nord
Fourrures Grenier1Amos-HarricanaFourrures Grenier is a family business passing down the art of fur from generation to generation for more than 40 years. Our field of competence includes fur dressing, cutting and garment making. Visit our workshop and appreciate the work of our artisans and our high-end fur products, which include boots, hats, mitts and slippers. Our shop also offers other Made in Quebec products and accessories such as shoes, handbags and coats.Barraute
Fromagerie Fromabitibi2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestFounded in 1986, Fromagerie Fromabitibi now boasts a heard of some 150 heads. This small business has diversified its production to the greatest pleasure of caprine product lovers. Fromagerie Fromabitibi sells yoghurt, milk and several types of cheese (feta, fresh cheese, spreadable, grilling, curds, mild and medium cheddar) recognized for their outstanding quality. This line of products now carry the label "Bê!". The owner is always delighted to talk about his passion for goats, to take visitors see his herd and tour his facilities, and to serve them samples of his products. You may also buy cheese products on the premises. Colombourg
Fromagerie La vache à Maillotte2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestFounded in 1996, Vache à Maillotte proposes to discover its history and facilities through a corporate video. Learn how cheese of various types is made. Take advantage of your visit to buy fresh cheese and bread made in our artisan bakery. La Sarre
Fromagerie Le Fromage au village4TémiscamingueLorrainville
Garage JM Perrier inc.Auto rentalsSenneterre
Gîte L'antre de la Barbotte1Amos RégionAmos
Gîte l'AubergineAmos
Gîte La Faluche4TémiscamingueVille-Marie
Gîte Le Passant BB3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Gîtes Dumoine Nature4TémiscamingueRapides des Joachims
Golf municipal Dallaire3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Grotte Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes4TémiscamingueThis grotto, situated at the eastern end of rue Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, was set up in 1904 to the likeness of the one in Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, France. It is regionally known as a place of pilgrimage and, in mid-August of each year, over 700 pilgrims flock here to join in the celebrations. Atop the belvedere, you get a stunning view of the town and Lake Témiscamingue. A short walk away, an interpretive path lets you appreciate the flora of Témiscamingue and leads you to an inviting picnic area.Ville-Marie
Guide de pêche Félix GouletTake advantage of the experience of a professional guide to discover, here in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, the most beautiful water plans in Quebec and to try your luck with a wide variety of fish species. In one day only, you will learn about various angling techniques and use specialized fishing equipment best suited for every fish species and every water plan visited. Who knows, you might catch the biggest fish of your life. Daily fishing rates, year round; and fishing equipment and baits provided. Rouyn-Noranda
Héritage Val-d'Or - Circuit historique5Vallée-de-l'OrConsisting of interpretation signs and a location map, the Héritage Val-d'Or historical trail brings into the spotlight buildings and sites that have marked the history of Val-d’Or. The amply illustrated signs provide historical facts and anecdotes on Val-d’Or, a modern time city that was born through the courage, inventiveness and mutual aid of pioneers who built and shaped this community in just a few years. In addition, the map indicates the location of public works of art. This trail is a fine, unique way to discover the historical heritage of Val-d'Or. Val-d'Or
Horizon Thaï3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Hôtel Continental Centre-Ville5Vallée-de-l'OrSituated in the city center, Hotel Continental is the ideal place to experience Val-d’Or differently. The personnel will welcome you in a warm and cozy environment, designed to meet your expectations and needs. For your safety, the hotel is equipped with more than twenty cameras viewing and recording what goes on in parking spaces, public areas and corridors. Our motto is: "A tailor-made stay". If you need something to satisfy your needs fully, just call us, and together we will create a tailor-made stay. Val-d'Or
Hôtel des Eskers1Amos-HarricanaAmos
Hôtel Econo-One1Amos-HarricanaAmos
Hôtel Forestel5Vallée-de-l'OrAt the gateway to Abitibi, Forestel is the largest hotel complex in the region. Here you will find all the comfort of a first class hotel: 91 rooms, including 45 spacious loft rooms designed recently. To ensure that you thoroughly enjoy your stay, Forestel provides two dining rooms, a bar and a terrace. The hotel is close to key tourist attractions and quad/snowmobile trails. Val-d'Or
Hôtel Gouverneur Le Noranda3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Hôtel-Motel Prélude5Vallée-de-l'OrVal-d'Or
Hôtel-Motel Royal5Vallée-de-l'OrVal-d'Or (Louvicourt)
Husky Aventure Harricana5Vallée-de-l'OrProducts offered: dogsled excursions with nature interpretation in the company of an experienced guide. Various packages available; per hour, half day or full day. Customized excursions are also offered on request. This activity is for the whole family, school and company groups. Reservations required, from mid December to beginning of April.Val-d'Or
Industries Norbord, La Sarre2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestThe first waferboard plant in Québec, it was completely renovated in 1995.La Sarre
Jardin Spa3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Jeux d'eau3Rouyn-NorandaNeed to cool off on a hot summer day? Come to Parc Trémoy or to Parc St-Luc and take advantage of water play facilities that will delight kids and adults alike! Contact us for the location of other water play facilities in Rouyn-Noranda. Rouyn-Noranda
Kipawa4TémiscamingueEstablished in 1985, the municipality of Kipawa is one of the youngest municipalities in the Témiscamingue County. Neighbour to the Town of Témiscaming, the Municipality includes the Tee Lake sector located at the entrance, and lakefront properties in the Baie-de-Kipawa and Jawbone’s Bay areas. It was named after the majestic lake that runs alongside the eastern portion of its territory  Kipawa, meaning «closed, dead-end». Lake Kipawa is a real gem, marked by many islands, scoured by deep bays and covering more than 300 km2. It is ranked among the ten most beautiful lakes in Quebec. The municipal dock is located in the Baie-de-Kipawa area. From there, many vacationers put their boat into the water to begin their adventure on this great lake. Kipawa is the gateway to the vast territories of the Restigo and Kipawa ZECs. The check station for these controlled harvesting zones is located at the intersection of Kipawa Road and Maniwaki Road. The community of Kipawa coexists harmoniously with the Algonquin community of Eagle Village, an Indian reserve located on the municipal territory. In August, Eagle Village organizes the Kipawa Countryfest. The 7th edition will be held August 15-16-17, 2014. In winter, the landscape changes to welcome visitors who enjoy snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and ice fishing. Whatever the season, the attractions and activities make Kipawa a must-see destination.Kipawa
L'Auberge des 4 saisons5Vallée-de-l'OrSituated in the city center, our inn provides four comfortable rooms at affordable rates and an adjacent restaurant. Breakfast included. Free WiFi access and cable. Accessible by snowmobile or ATV. Welcome everyone!Senneterre
L'Écart.. .lieu d'Art actuel3Rouyn-NorandaFor over 15 years, this independently managed artists’ centre hosts visual arts events and shows. The exhibitions, representative of the various current trends, highlight the work of regional, Canadian and foreign artists from different artistic disciplines. Emphasis is on work that presents research, experimentation and innovation.Rouyn-Noranda
L'Éden rouge4TémiscamingueSaint-Bruno-de-Guigues
L'Escale Hôtel Suites5Vallée-de-l'OrVal-d'Or
La Bannik4TémiscamingueDuhamel-Ouest
La Bell en kayakLa Bell en kayak welcomes you to discover Senneterre while navigating its waterways. You can rent various types of boats, including a wide variety of kayaks and canoes. Enjoy the various routes available for beginners and pros.Senneterre
La Cité de l'Or5Vallée-de-l'OrCité de l’Or offers you the opportunity to become miner for a day and to live the unique experience of an underground descent to a depth of 300 ft (91 m), into the drifts of the former Lamaque Mine. Here in Canada’s deepest mine accessible to tourists, you will find out about methods of extracting gold ore and various miner trades. You will also watch the video entitled "The Miner’s Symphony" in our underground auditorium. At the surface, as you tour the five heritage building, you will be impressed by the size of some of the equipment used and learn about day-to-day operations at a mining complex. On your visit to the assay laboratory, you will see the fascinating transformation of ore from solid state to liquid before becoming gold bars. Our permanent exhibition, "Gold in our veins" evokes the history of mine workers from the 1920s to date and explains the key contribution of the Lamaque Mine to the region’s economic, social and cultural growth. This is an activity not to be missed! Through a large range of interactive activities, you will experience the sensations felt during drilling operations; you will also learn about the different trades and the life of those brave men and proud builders of Abitibi-Témiscamingue. Last but not least, participate in our GeoRally and learn how to use a geopositioning receiver. This activity suggests two core themes: gold and mining exploration. Member of the Réseau muséal de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue ('Or
La Cité de l'Or/ Géocaching5Vallée-de-l'OrDiscover the browser in you. This geocaching-inspired activity is dynamic, educational and enriching. It introduces the participants to a position-providing device as the one used by today’s mining prospectors. Scientifically instructive and team spirit oriented, this activity proposes two themes: gold and mining prospection. Hiking shoes and clothes adapted to the ambient temperature are required.Val-d'Or
La Fabrique de Geppetto4TémiscamingueThis building, which dates from 1899, houses an art store, an outdoor café and an art gallery. As soon as you step inside the general store, you become immersed in a reconstructed historical setting. In the windows, secrets of past real estates transactions are revealed. Vintage photographs take visitors on a journey through time.Lorrainville
La Fontaine des Arts3Rouyn-NorandaThe largest private cultural complex in the region; La Fontaine des arts invites you to its art gallery, where the work of numerous regional artists is on show for art lovers.Rouyn-Noranda
La Fraisonnée2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestClerval
La Galerie Notre-Dame4TémiscamingueGalerie Notre-Dame presents the works of visual artists in a peaceful atmosphere. Throughout the year, it presents exhibitions covering a wide range of topics. Artists from Témiscamingue and elsewhere unveil part of their world. This art gallery welcomes exhibitions consisting of about thirty works by the same artist.Lorrainville
La Gaufrière4TémiscamingueVille-Marie
La Maison du coeur4TémiscamingueRouyn-Noranda
La Maison TurgeonOpen the doors onto the former municipal office of Saint-Janvier-de-Chazel and discover the history of the municipality since the arrival of the first settlers in 1916. Maison Turgeon has been home to hidden treasures for many years until the 75th anniversary of the municipality in 2013. The site includes a barn, a stable, a dairy, a garage, a henhouse, and a vast array of equipment and tools used on the farm in the 1950s or in the forest during the colonization era.Chazel
La Muse Gueule3Roouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
La Réserve Beauchêne4TémiscamingueTémiscaming
La Rose des Vents3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
La Sarre2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestThe quirks of an ever-shifting economy do not alter this city’s vitality and prosperity which are apparent in the major events held here: La Sarre en neige (snow fest), La Sarre en fête and the Festival équestre (horse show), as well as countless agricultural, industrial and commercial activities. Demonstrating the importance of family and culture, La Sarre has many innovative projects such as La S’art, a large scale outdoor art exhibition featuring the finest works of its local artists, and the Sentier multifonctionnel (multipurpose trail), a stimulating family-oriented environment. For a closer look at the ever-present nature surrounding the municipality, visit the Ernest-Lalonde Park right in the heart of town or the trout sown Lac-de-la-Ville located less than one kilometre from the urban area. The proverbial warmth of the Lasarrois was certainly instrumental in the recent designation of “Village-Relais” to this welcoming community.La Sarre
Labyrinthe des insectes1Amos-HarricanaFollow the labyrinth, as it winds its way for approximately 1.4 km through a grove of hybrid poplar trees planted in 2006. As both a forestry technician since 1998 and an entomologist, Tommy St-Laurent invites you to discover his private forest on your own or with him as a guide. Experience a fun-filled educational hike in a forest with protected biodiversity. Take part in the rally and learn all about insects. Explore our private collections, as well as the insect-related artwork produced by the Arts Society. You can even have hands-on contact with actual living insects as you learn interesting facts about insects, butterflies, nature and specific plants. Amos
Laniel4TémiscamingueLaniel, nestled on the shores of a bay on magnificient Kipawa Lake; above all, it symbolizes a communion with nature. Kipawa Lake and its exceptional natural sites, such as the baie du Canal and a heron ground, offer two picnic areas set up on l’Île Clermont (Island) and l’Île du Huard (Island). In the heart of the village, a huge mural 110 m high by 2 m wide, illustrates the village’s historical moments. You will find a 10 km marked hiking trail 8 km north of the municipality; the Grande chute hiking trail. It offers enthusiasts the possibility of enjoying the sights on Kipawa River; its falls, rapids and cauldrons. Sometimes, you may even catch a glimpse of kayakers who come to dare the whitewaters of the Kipawa River. Laniel
Latulipe-et-Gaboury4TémiscamingueLatulipe is situated on the shores of the Fraser River and the Lac-des-Quinze. Its proximity to the forest and many bodies of water offers an exceptional quality of life to any lover of the joie de vivre. It was around the end of the first period of settlement of Témiscamingue that Monsignor Élie Anicet Latulipe, first bishop of Haileybury and leader in the Quebec and Ontario Témiscamingue development, gave his name to the municipality. In 1910, the first settlers lived mainly from agriculture and forestry development. Built in 1932 and declared historic monument in 2007, the Landry covered bridge is situated on the rural road 9 West. On the shores of Bois Lake, the park that bears the same name offers citizens, visitors and campers a rendez-vous with the beauty of the Témiscamingue forest alongside a sandy beach. At the heart of the village, a boat slip gives access to hundreds of kilometers of navigable waterways. Finally, Pointe-aux-Roches offers great trails for hiking and mountain biking.Cantons-unis de Latulipe et Gaboury
Le Cachottier3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Le Cellier / Resto bar3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Le Chenil du Chien-Loup1Amos-HaricannaThe Chenil du Chien-Loup team invites you to discover the multiple splendors of Abitibi’s boreal forest. Come share your passion and live an unforgettable experience. Drive your own sled, or let us take you on a short one-hour ride or, if you prefer, a three-day excursion. Put on your snowshoes, and observe the surrounding nature and wildlife. Spend the night in an unusual place such as a prospector’s tent or a tee-pee, and enjoy an evening in a delightful change of scenery. Berry
Le Petit Théâtre du Vieux Noranda3Rouyn-NorandaA must of the emerging cultural scene, the Petit Théâtre features festivals, music, and summer theatre. Over 100 nights of shows yearly. Check our Website for full programming.Rouyn-Noranda
Le Relais du Lac-à-la-Truite2Abitibi-OuestSaint-Vital-de-Clermont
Le Rift Galerie, Théâtre, Cinéma4TémiscamingueOne building, two addresses. Standing right in the heart of Ville-Marie, only three blocks away from Lake Témiscamingue, Le Rift combines two vocations: art gallery and performing arts/movie theater. Le Rift is a real cultural crossroads for Témiscamingue. Since 1992, on even years, it has presented the Biennale internationale d’art miniature; this event rallies 500 works by artists from around the world. Ville-Marie
Le Soleil Couchant5Valllée-de-l'OrVal-d'Or (Val-Senneville)
Le St-Honoré3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Le T.E. Draper/Chantier Gédéon4TémiscamingueFrom 1929 to 1972, the T. E. Draper was the most important tugboat used for wood floating, in service on des Quinze Lake for the Canadian International Paper (C.I.P.) Co. It was classified cultural-heritage property in 1979. You are invited to relive Témiscamingue’s wood-floating era. Hop aboard tugboat with your guide. Then, proceed to Chantier Gédéon to discover the historical representation of a logging camp of the 1930’s to the 1940’s and its many buildings: office, cookery, jobber camp, sleep camp and stable. Angliers
Le Trèfle Noir3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Les Chocolats Martine4TémiscamingueLocated in the marina, a magnificent site on the shores of Lake Témiscamingue, Les Chocolats Martine is well-known in Abitibi-Témiscamingue for its delicious Belgian chocolate prepared on site. During the guided tour of the facilities, you will learn the secret of La Caramelle. After the tour, you will be invited to discover the gift shop’s treasures (chocolate, pastries, cheeses, coffee, regional products and gift ideas).Ville-Marie
Les dimanches après-midi au parcSet up at Centenaire Park, on the edge of beautiful Lake Témiscamingue, this stage welcomes performances in a variety of artistic disciplines every Sunday afternoon. Ville-Marie
Les Jardins à fleur de peau5Vallée-de-l'OrSituated 5 km from downtown Val-d’Or, on the shores of Blouin Lake, this singular garden guarded by dragons was designed by artists-sculptors fond of gardening, bonsai and poetry. With various themes on show, the oriental-style landscaping suggests a stroll dotted with poems, a cascade, streams and stone bridges that all come together in an invitation to the calm and meditative atmosphere they create. On site, you will find an art boutique filled with the unique works of art done by the owners of the site, Jacques Pelletier (whose art has been exhibited across Canada) and Francyne Plante. Several personalized services available upon reservation: wedding picture taking, family get-togethers, cultural activities, social groups, etc.Val-d'Or
Les jardins Saint-Maurice1Amos RégionLocated 15 km northeast of the city of Amos, this charming site invites you to discover and enjoy the pleasures of its beautiful gardens, see the wonderful colors and experience the exquisite perfume of flowers. You can feast your eyes on over 1,200 varieties of shrubs and perennials, scattered over fifteen gardens complete with original and natural arrangements. While your there, enjoy a visit to the beautiful barn filled with antiques and to the little shop of arts and crafts designed and made by Céline and Marc. Don’t miss the harp and herbal tea activity on August 11.Amos
Les Matins Tranquilles3Rouyn-NorandaLocated on lac Osisko, near the town’s main centers of interest, Les Matins tranquilles offers quietness in the heart of Rouyn-Noranda. In order to go in and out as they wish, guests staying more than one day have access to a shared kitchen. Also furnished: a shared bathroom, linens, towels, TV set and wireless Internet. Rouyn-Noranda
Les P'tits Roberge4TémiscamingueVille-Marie
Les parcs ruraux2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestThe rural parks offer you the opportunity to discover Rapide-Danseur, a picturesque village of Abitibi-West. ach park, located in the country or in a natural setting, conveys the visitor to explore a particular theme such as history, geology, landscapes or natural phenomena. A total of ten parks are set up along two different trails: La Promenade (1,3 km) and the La Lune (3,6 km).Rapide-Danseur
Les Portes du bout du monde2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestErected in 1998, the Portes du bout du Monde are situated at the end of the 3e Avenue Ouest, near the La Reine River. These huge 6 metre-high structures have aroused the curiosity of visitors, whether in winter or summer. Behind these doors unfolds a superb view of the La Reine River. A trail punctuated with interpretive panels is an invitation to relax and learn more about this municipality which is near the Ontario border.La Reine
Lieu historique national du Canada Le Dispensaire de la Garde de La Corne1Amos-HaricanaDesignated a national historic site of Canada, Dispensaire de la Garde de La Corne instantly whisks the visitors to the time of colony nurses. Learn about Gertrude Duchemin, who spent 40 years of her life being a nurse, midwife, administrator and sometimes veterinary. Find out more about the opening of yesteryear’s health clinics, the social role played by these nurses, their professional and personal life, and the evolution Québec’s health system. This unique exhibition is renewed for 2014. La Corne
Lieu historique national du Canada Le Dispensaire de la Garde de La CorneAfter a huge success in the summer of 2004, Les Badins de La Corne company is back on the outdoor stage of Dispensaire de la garde with a summer theatre production that will make you laugh. La Corne
Lieu historique national du Fort-Témiscamingue/Obadjiwan4TémiscamingueA fur trading post. An enchanted forest. A magnificent beach bordering a 110-km lake. 6,000 years of Aboriginal presence. Two centuries of rivalry to control the fur trade. Welcome to Fort-Témiscamingue/Obadjiwan! Using new technologies, follow the discovery trail to learn more about this key fur trading post or take up the Xplorateurs challenge. For more information on all our activities, visit our website.Duhamel-Ouest
Location Blais3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Location LauzonRental of Ski-Doo snowmobiles to discover the beautiful trails of Abitibi-Témiscamingue. Several models available (from touring to utilitarian). Also available: snowmobile clothing and helmets. La Sarre
Macamic2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestMacamic, which was officially founded in 1917, is the choice destination for those who enjoy nautical activities. The town and parish were established on the shores of Macamic Lake, meaning “lake of marvels” in Cree and “limping beaver” in Algonquin. Fishing here is a success, whether in summer or winter. Among other things, you may find a boatslip, a rest area, a belvedere and a marina. Finally, a side trip via the 2e rang Est will reveal one of the last covered bridges in the region; the Molesworth bridge, which construction dates back to 1917.Macamic
Magasin général Dumulon3Rouyn-NorandaThis historical site used to be the very first general store in the Township of Rouyn, and was founded by the Dumulon family in 1924. This authentic business and post office welcomes you year round. Take advantage of the guided tour to learn about the life of the pioneers of Rouyn-Noranda. In the summertime, comedians portray Jos and Agnes’ kids and take you on a true journey back in time. While you are there, check for souvenirs and regional products at the shop. This historical site is located in the heart of downtown Rouyn-Noranda, by lac Osisko and near a bike path. The building sits on a beautiful plot featuring picnic tables. Also available in the summertime, a free bike loan service to discover and enjoy Rouyn-Noranda’s network of bicycle paths. Rouyn-Noranda
Maison du Frère-Moffet4TémiscamingueCome learn about one of Témiscamingue’s greatest legends: Father Moffet. Throughout a storytelling tour, relive the early development of a new land of colonization. Thanks to the resolute and obstinate temper of this great man – who dared to defy his superior – the region laid the foundations of its agricultural potential. As you visit the house that Father Moffet built with his own hands in 1881, you soon figure out that the man was quite a character! A historical monument, it is the oldest standing home in Abitibi-Témiscamingue. In 2009, it received a regional laureate for Tourist Attraction in the category 'less than 100,000 visitors'. The taxi bike ride through Ville-Marie is a must. Let the guide take you around and tell you funny and serious anecdotal stories. Learn about the people who shaped the history of Ville-Marie. This guided tour is also a fascinating and ecological journey into the past.Ville-Marie
Maison du tourisme1Amos-HarricanaAmos
Maison Hector-Authier1Amos-HarricanaMaison Hector-Authier has been a privileged witness to the beginning of Abitibi. Considered as the first stylish and sustainable house to have been built in the region, the building is now the home of an interpretation center on the life, work and achievements of the man we affectionately call "The Father of Abitibi". Amos
Maison Tardif2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestMacamic
Malartic5Vallée-de-l'OrGold under the houses! One of Canada’s largest gold reserves is sitting beneath the town of Malartic. Osisko Exploration Ltd has recently initiated development operations for Canada’s largest open pit mine, including the relocation of 200 homes and five institutional buildings. Back in 1940, the town of Malartic boasted seven gold mines. Certain buildings on Avenue Royale have preserved a false western-like façade as reminiscences of a gold rush period. When you pass through Malartic, don’t forget to look for the new gold mine and its boomtown architecture, to learn about its impressive history, and to make a short detour to the new neighborhood. Come admire the works of regional sculptors on rue de la Paix, or make a halt at the beautiful Belvédère Park where the water play area and play structures bring joy to children. Malartic
Marais Antoine2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestThe marais Antoine is a huge 280-hectare marsh, located on the shores of Abitibi Lake, that is home to an exceptional number of plant and animal species. A self-interpretive marked trail makes it possible to reach a belvedere that is above the marsh, whereas another trail and walking bridge open onto the marsh itself for you to discover its plants and wildlife. Interpretive panels will guide you along your whole visit. Don’t forget your binoculars. Guided tours: offered. A 1.5 km-long hiking trail, accessible via rang 4 & 5 West and marked by several interpretive signs, also leads to the scenic point.Roquemaure
Marais Laperrière4TémiscamingueDuhamel-Ouest
Marché public de Rouyn-Noranda3Rouyn-NorandaThis public food market gives the population of Rouyn-Noranda the opportunity to buy fresh produces, and provides food producers and agri-food processors of the region a place to promote and sell their products. The market, situated at Place de la coopération et de la citoyenneté, welcomes about twenty food producers every Saturday.Rouyn-Noranda
Marina de Gallichan2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestRental of spaces with services for sailboats and motorboats. Services : electricity and running water on docks, wastewater recovery system, bathroom with showers and laundry facilities. Canoe, pedal boat and kayak rentals.Gallichan
Marina municipale de Témiscaming4TémiscamingueThe marina offers 17 spaces with video surveillance. In addition to the usual services of launching ramps, toilets, showers and gasoline, boating enthusiasts can book in advance during summertime at the above phone number.Témiscaming
Marina municipale de Ville-Marie4TémiscamingueClose to the city center and the beautiful Centenaire Park, this marina has 91 berths complete with water and electrical hook-ups; four berths are reserved for daily users. The service building is equipped with a washer and a dryer, toilets and showers. The parking lot is restricted to users. Also available: gas station, sanitary pump-out station and WiFi.Ville-Marie
Microbrasserie Le ProspecteurVal d'Or
Miel Abitémis4TémiscamingueSaint-Bruno-de-Guigues
Miellerie de la Grande Ourse1Amos-HarricanaSaint-Marc-de-Figuery
Mine Canadian Malartic5Vallée-de-l'OrAre you planning to visit this mining site? Prepare yourself to be amazed by the size of the facilities and equipment used to exploit one of Canada’s largest open pit gold mines (10.7 million ounces of gold). Be where the action is, and experience the daily life situations of workers on the site of an operating gold mine.Malartic
Mini-ferme Domaine des trois ventsA small family farm where passion and love of animals are on full display. Come admire close to 26 miniature animal species: buck, alpaca, donkey, emu, goat and horse. Observe them in their environment and learn more about animals and their living conditions at the farm. Take this opportunity to stroke them gently. A walking trail skirting the pens gives access to a picnic area.Val-d'Or (Vassan)
Mont Kanasuta3Rouyn-NorandaCentre plein air Mont Kanasuta is ideal for snow sports lovers. It includes 12 trails and 6 glades intended for beginners and experts. The snow school offers lessons to meet your expectations. The shop rents downhill skiing, snow surfing and telemark equipment. The station also offers night skiing. For more information, consult our website Rouyn-Noranda
Motel 1115Vallée-de-l'OrThanks to a dynamic and friendly team, Motel 111 is a warm and welcoming place for a very pleasant stay. Recently renovated air-conditioned rooms. Wireless Internet, bar, etc. Accessible by snowmobile. Val-d'Or
Motel Chez Vic5Vallée-de-l'OrVal-d'Or
Motel Dix5Vallée-de-l'OrVal-d'Or
Motel la Bell'Villa5Vallée-de-l'OrSenneterre
Motel Le Bivouac2Abitibi-OuestLa Sarre
Motel Le Rêve d'Or1Amos RégionMotel Le Rêve d'Or provides comfort in recently renovated rooms, near the city center, the cycling path and snowmobile trails. A full gamut of services are available: convenience store (beer, wine, newspapers, etc.), laundry, continental breakfast and much more.Amos
Motel Louise4TémiscamingueVille-Marie
Motel Mistral3Rouyn-NorandaIn addition to a comfortable stay and a warm welcome, Motel Mistral offers a wide range of services: wakeup call, dry cleaning, self service laundry, soft drink and ice machines, wireless Internet, fax, photocopier, protected parking spaces, bar, restaurant, etc. Rouyn-Noranda
Motel Park5Vallée-de-l'OrVal-d'Or
Motel Renéco5Vallée-de-l'OrSenneterre
Motel Senabi5Vallée-de-l'OrSituated in the eastern part of Abitibi, Motel Senabi provides a warm atmosphere and a relaxing stay in rooms adapted to your every need. Senneterre
Motel Villa Mon Repos2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestSituated in La Sarre, at the heart of Abitibi-Ouest, Motel Villa Mon Repos offers spacious, well-decorated rooms equipped with many commodities, a restaurant, a bar and meeting rooms.La Sarre
Moto sport du cuivre inc.3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda (Évain)
Municipalité régionale de comté d'Abitibi1Amos RégionThe works of the members of the Société des Arts Harricana are exhibited in the offices of the MRC of Abitibi.Amos
Musée de Guérin4TémiscamingueMusée de Guérin plunges visitors into the life of a Témiscamingue village of the 1940s and 1950s. Discover the highlights in the family and social life of these people, influential figures of the community, and the way these men and women interacted with their natural environment. Learn about the great changes that affected the farming community and rural life in the early 1950s. Extend your journey into time at Resto-dépanneur Souvenirs d’antan, and taste meals prepared by women of the Guérin community who perpetuate their ancestors’ culinary know-how. Guérin
Musée de la gare4TémiscamingueThis Canadian Pacific Railroad station, built in 1927, was restored and opened to the public in June 1996. The Musée de la gare houses a new and dynamic permanent exhibit retracing its development as the core of the community’s growth, while revealing its rich and unique architecture. Furthermore, discover a new temporary exhibition every season. Bike rentals are available.Témiscaming
Musée de la posteSaint-Marc-de-Figuery
Musée de la poste et Boutique de forge / Parc Héritage1Amos RégionTravel back in time to the mid 1920s with a visit of the Musée de la poste (museum) and the Boutique de forge (smithy). Here you will become acquainted with the importance of the jobs of postmaster and blacksmith in the development of the parish. Those more inquisitive will enjoy the discovery of the traditional blacksmith techniques and the collection of artefacts and antique tools. End your tour with a stroll in the parc Héritage and feast your eyes on over twenty species of perennial and annual flowers. Also, on site, the interpretive site of the Peter-Brown River will reveal the history of the first covered bridge in Abitibi. Saint-Marc-de-Figuery
Musée minéralogique de l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue5Vallée-de-l'OrThis regional museum offers tours through the geology and mining projects of Abitibi-Témiscamingue, and proposes displays of minerals from around the world. With its various exhibition items and interactive games, the museum will amaze your entire family. An earthquake simulator, a blasting station, fairy stones, a true moon rock and spectacular gold samples complete this exhibition. Also, the museum’s new facility presents other exhibitions on the region’s mineral resources.Malartic
National Location Dion
Notre-Dame-du-Nord4TémiscamingueThis municipality revolves around two main centres of activity; manufacturing and farm-produce industries. On a more familiar basis it is also called “le Nord”. It is “au Nord” that the famous “Rodéo du camion” (truck rodeo) takes place at the beginning of August. Moreover, you will find a lighted promenade and a marina has been built along the waterfront. The latter is part of the Outaouais River Waterway which, in fact, starts at Notre-Dame-du-Nord.Notre-Dame-du-Nord
Oasis du Bonheur3Rouyn-NorandaWelcome to Oasis du Bonheur. Here, relaxing comes naturally. Set in the quiet of the boreal forest, on the edges of a spring water lake, this resort accommodation includes a green chalet, an authentic yurt and a modern tee-pee. Open year round. Come discover our hiking trails, observe the homes of tireless beavers and play geocatching. Only 20 minutes from Rouyn-Noranda. Reservation required. Rouyn-Noranda
Office du tourisme et des congrès de Val-d'Or5Vallée-de-l'OrVal-d'Or
Olive et Basil3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Ouistiti - Centre d'amusement familial3Rouyn-NorandaInside play center for children 1 to 10 years of age: trampoline, ball pool, tunnels, slides, and ball fountain. Other services include: rental of children party rooms, rental of inflatable games, drop-in center, and healthy snacks.Rouyn-Noranda
Palmarolle2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestLet yourself fall under the spell of young and dynamic Palmarolle, a village abounding in landscapes, parks, green open spaces and outdoor activities. At the municipal beach, you can choose to relax or enjoy a wide range of aquatic activities. The municipality is equipped with landing facilities in the village and on Abitibi Lake. A versatile playing field is open to tennis and basketball fans. At Aréna Rogatien-Vachon, where many activities take place, a permanent exhibition highlights the achievements of famous hockey player Rogatien Vachon. In the wintertime, Palmarolle offers a wide array of activities and facilities, including a 7 km crosscountry skiing trail.Palmarolle
Parc Belvédère5Vallée-de-l'OrSituated at the intersection of the boulevards des Pins and Sabourin, the parc Belvédère includes the Tour Rotary. Atop its 18 m, the visitor gets an all-encompassing view of the vastness of our territory. In addition, you will notice ten pit head frames and certain bodies of water that empty into the Harricana River. Moreover, there is a 1 km marked trail for hiking. Visits are open.Val-d'Or
Parc botanique À Fleur d'eau3Rouyn-NorandaCome discover Rouyn-Noranda’s treasure of plants and flowers at the heart of the city. Parc botanique « À fleur d’eau » is the garden of more than 25,000 plants, trees and shrubs adapted to our climatic conditions. Wooden trails, suitable for wheelchairs, run along lac Édouard. The site offers several picnic areas. Make it to the geological garden set in the center section of the park, where large rocks provide information on the geology and mining development of the region. This interpretation concept is truly unique. Rouyn-Noranda
Parc du belvédèreBordering rue de la Paix, near the Musée minéralogique de Malartic, and facing the viewpoint overlooking the Osisko mining project, Parc du Belvédère was inaugurated in September 2012. This intergenerational development includes a water game park, play structures for children, a ball field, a volleyball field, sport equipment for the elderly, a skate park, a fountain, picnic areas and a reception and information pavilion that houses a convenience store. Malartic
Parc hivernal de MalarticIn the wintertime, let’s all go to Camping régional de Malartic to enjoy the pleasures of winter in an outstanding location: ice trails, immense snow slide in the forest as well as cross-country and snowshoeing trails. Convenience store and equipment rental. Malartic
Parc linéaire du Témiscamingue, La ligne du Mocassin4TémiscamingueIt's in Ville-Marie that the La Route verte 2 starts, the Parc linéaire du Témiscamingue "La ligne du Mocassin". Cyclists enjoy a marked, crushed rock path that covers 45 km across agricultural and forestry panoramas whose first 1,4 km are on asphalt. You can access this path by Ville-Marie, Duhamel-Ouest, Lorrainville, Laverlochère and Angliers.Ville-Marie
Parc national d'Aiguebelle3Rouyn-NorandaWalk over 2.7 billion years, at the very place where the waters part. Through the beauty and diversity of the landscapes it protects, parc National d’Aiguebelle is the loyal custodian of a rich regional heritage inspired by both nature and culture alike. Several short and long distance hiking trails (51 km) allow one to discover its whole splendour. These lead to a suspended bridge across a fault-lake and to a huge spiral staircase erected alongside an impressive escarpment. They also take you to the summit of the Abijévis hills or to a fire watchtower. Watching birds, exploring fault-lakes in a canoe, skirting the shoreline of incredible landscapes in a rabaska, crossing a 13.6-km2 lake in a sea kayak, reliving the history of this site through a theatrical presentation or fishing in a calm lake. These are just a few of the many activities you can enjoy here. And if you don’t have all of this equipment at your disposal, the park offers rentals on site: kayaks, pedal-boats, canoe, snowshoeing and more. Various types of accommodation are also available: chalet, ready-to-use Huttopia tents, camping, rustic camp (for 2 to 16 people). In winter, a 38 km network of marked and groomed trails that link the rustic camps awaits Nordic skiers and snowshoeing enthusiasts. Note: pets not admitted.Rouyn-Noranda (Mont-Brun)
Parc national d'AiguebelleParc national d’Aiguebelle constitutes an important natural and cultural heritage. It offers many hiking trails to admire breathtaking landscapes. Whether you enjoy kayaking, canoeing, hiking, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing, you will be overly satisfied with the many activities available in this national park. Built on top of the hill or hidden in the boreal forest, our ready-to-use Huttopia tents and rustic camps will give you a unique, memorable experience. Rouyn-Noranda (Mont-Brun)
Parc-Aventure Joannès3Rouyn-NorandaPicture yourself flying from one tree to another, walking on a high wire, or ziplining above a breathtaking scenery! The perfect day to flower your summer with the color of happiness! The Parc-Aventure Joannès offers four trails in the Arbre en Arbre circuit targeting visitors aged seven years and older. A few feet off the ground or way up in the air, our team will guide the little ones and not-solittle ones through an intense range of thrilling action and emotions. Situated at the heart of the Vaudray-Joannès protected area, Parc-Aventure Joannès is also a great opportunity to make a pleasant incursion into a beautiful natural environment. Spend a fun-filled day with us enjoying attractions such as the great labyrinth, the treetop obstacle course or the new mountain bike trails! As you explore our exhibition on the history of life, discover the great upheavals that have marked our history since life first appeared on Earth.Rouyn-Noranda (McWatters)
Parc-Aventure JoannèsCome to Parc-aventure Joannès to live a thrilling experience. Let in some fresh air as you glide from one tree to another at our famous d’Arbre en arbre aerial adventure park (7 years of age and over). Other activities for the entire family include: a giant maze, an obstacle course, a mini-golf course, hiking trails, cycling trails, a picnic area and a reception pavilion. For an eventful day, choose the right destination, choose Parc-aventure Joannès! Rouyn-Noranda (McWatters)
Pavillon d'interprétation de l'eskerWhat lies beneath the esker? On your visit to the Pavillon d’interprétation de l’esker, you will learn about the history of the formation of eskers, the influence of the post-glacial Lake Barlow-Ojibway, and the Algonquin etymology in this area. Interpretation panels provide information on the watershed divide, the river basins and the location of eskers in Abitibi-Témiscamingue. Also, the interpretation center explains how the Saint-Mathieu-Berry esker formed and how Eska water is bottled. The Pavillon is designed with a resting area and easy access for people with reduced mobility. Saint-Mathieu-d'Harricana
Pavillon du lac Berthelot5Vallée-de-l'OrSenneterre
Pavillon du Lac Guéguen inc.5Vallée-de-l'OrVal-d'Or
Piste cyclable4TémiscamingueIn Ville-Marie, you will have the opportunity to use a 4 km long bicycle path, 1.5 km of which is a section of La Route verte circuit. During your excursion, you will cross old Ville-Marie where century-old homes, charming scenery and superb Lake Témiscamingue unfold before your eyes.Ville-Marie
Piste cyclable du lac Osisko et circuit cyclable3Rouyn-NorandaSeveral routes on a secure cycle track and paved shoulders will take you on the discovery of Rouyn-Noranda and surroundings. Following the shoreline of Lac Osisko, this urban cycle path forms an 8.4 km loop. Have a taste of nature right at the heart of Rouyn-Noranda. Take advantage of our bike lending services available at La maison Dumulon (see Vélo Cité Rouyn-Noranda).Rouyn-Noranda
Piste et voie cyclables1Amos RégionWithin the limits of Amos, cycling and roller skating enthusiasts enjoy its 5-km stone dust covered bike path, its 11-km paved cycling lane and the Route verte, which offers a cycling network totaling 11 km. Amos
Plage Kiwanis3Rouyn-NorandaServices offered: swimming, sanitary services, beach cabins, outdoor showers (cold water), picnic tables, parking for recreational vehicles ($13 daily, no services). Activities: water slide, volleyball court.Rouyn-Noranda
Plage municipale du lac Beauchamp1Amos RégionOn site: picnic area, cabins, washrooms. Nearby: playground for children. Activities: volleyball, horseshoes.Amos
Plage municipale Rotary5Vallée-de-l'OrServices offered: on site: playground area for children, picnic area, snack bar, public telephone and washroom. Nearby: boat ramp. Activity: volleyball.Val-d'Or
Pourvoirie & Marina des trois lacs3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Pourvoirie Camachigama5Vallée-de-l'OrPourvoirie Camachigama, located on an island, is a wildlife paradise where animals, birds and fish abound—a paradise that can be reached by car, pickup truck or privately owned or chartered seaplane. Good food and wine combine with culinary expertise to make your stay a delight. This outfitter offers quality, selection and cleanliness. For hunting moose, bear or small game, and for fishing at its best, you can trust the outfitters on Lac Camachigama. And you can hike, go paddle-boating, windsurf and canoe. Special family packages are also available. Protecting the environment is a major concern, one we hope all our guests will share.Sherbrooke
Pourvoirie des îles du lac Duparquet/Restaurant le Champêtre2Abitibi-OuestDuparquet
Pourvoirie du lac Matchi-Manitou5Vallée-de-l'OrThis outfitter is located near the northern area of La Vérendrye Wildlife Reserve. Lake Matchi-Manitou is renowned for quality fishing and hunting and its many fine sand beaches. Those seeking comfort always appreciate our chalets, which include a toilet and a shower, two separate bedrooms, linen, a cooking stove, a refrigerator, pots and pans, a BBQ and automatic heating. These lakeside chalets provide comfort, tranquility and a magnificent view of the lake.Senneterre
Pourvoirie du Portage2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestThe pourvoirie du Portage is really one-of-a-kind. You can relax on an outdoor covered terrace or in a sauna. You may also take advantage of a canoe, boat or kayak excursion. Your choice of accommodations includes 7 rustic, fully-appointed cottages that include stove, refrigerator, electric heating, sanitation installations, bedding, towels and crockery, to accommodate 5 to 10 people. Two cottages are equipped with showers and 5 share a common shower. If you're looking for peacefulness, you will also have the chance to stay in a cottage located on an island at 200 metres from the site. Laundry facilities are available at the outfitter.Rapide-Danseur
Pourvoirie Fern2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestThe pourvoirie Fern is the choice place for vacations in nature. With an easy access, the outfitter property extends along Duparquet Lake, one of the finest lakes in North America with its 135 islands. What makes us first: personalized service you can't match!Duparquet
Pourvoirie lac La Truite4TémiscamingueYou will always have a great fishing experience at Club Trout Lake. You can fish for lake trout, walleye, northern pike and you can do it all from the inn, the nearby cottage or from one of the many outpost camps. Fishing is strictly reserved for our guests. This means our conservation measures directly benefit our customers with quality fishing. You can expect trophy walleye on Trout, Winnawiash and Bay lakes, while catching your daily limit, or practicing catch and release. Experienced anglers easily get their daily limit of three nice lake trout and possibly one great trophy. Walleyes and northern pikes are abundant all over the territory and if they're your kind of fish, you will be thrilled with the experience, for trophy fish is there waiting for you. Located on Trout Lake, Club Trout Lake Inn is a 4-star Québec Wilderness Lodge recognized by the Société de la faune et des parcs du Québec (Wildlife and Parks Québec).Belleterre
Pourvoirie Le Vacancier4TémiscamingueLe Vacancier is an outfitting operation providing a wide variety of fishing, hunting and outdoors activities. Easy access via provincial highway 382 and our four-season chalets make it possible to offer these activities in the most time of the year.Belleterre
Pourvoirie Mike's Outfitter3Rouyn-NorandaSituated in a remarkable site that offers an exceptional view on pristine nature, the Pourvoirie Mike's Outfitter is totally removed from the hustle and bustle of the city and can only be accessed via waterway in summer and snowmobile in winter. Whether with friends or family, summer or winter, your peacefulness is guaranteed. Enjoy a fishing stay or ice fishing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing or snowmobile with us.Rouyn-Noranda
Pourvoirie St-Cyr Royal5Vallée-de-l'OrSenneterre
Pourvoirie Outfitter is located in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region, on the shore of Wetetnagami Lake . Each of our outpost cabins is situated on its own private bay, on a nice sandy beach to provide you with the privacy you desire. Our comfortable cabins (four stars) are fully equipped with propane refrigerator and cooking stove, wood burning stove, all kitchen accessoiries, shower and solar electricity. Fishing: Immense and beautiful, Wetetnagami Lake is famous for its incomparable fishing. From mid-May till fall, find your favorite fishing spot somewhere around the islands, in the bays or on the open lake where walleye and northern pike abound. Bear hunting: We have a big bear population and our success rate exceeds 95%, with mostly trophy specimens because we operate in a territory that has never been hunted before. Each hunting site is baited every day and is well equipped with a nice tree stand. We can also provide you with the services of a professionnal guide. Moose hunting: Our vast territory, with its river, bays and countless small lakes is the ideal site for a successful moose hunting experience. We are famous among serious moose hunters for the quality and quantity of moose roaming the region and for our excellent success rate.Sainte-Anne-des-Lacs
Preissac1Amos RégionIn Preissac, you must commune with nature. Reach the observation station of Preissac lake, where you will get an exceptional view of the surrounding landscape and the mine headframes in the vicinity. Come summer, a hike on the foot bridge of the parc des Rapides or on the De la Roche du millénaire pedestrian pathway will be a time for relaxation in a splendid decor. Picnic tables will be an invitation for lunch in the outdoors. Its network of navigable lakes and rivers also offers several boatslips.Preissac
Puits municipal d'Amos1Amos RégionThe water in Amos is definitely among the highest quality untreated water in the world. This outstanding condition is due to the very nature of the soil and the physical processes by which the groundwater is renewed naturally in the esker. When you visit the Amos municipal supply well, you will discover the secrets of our esker and appreciate our exhibition "De l'Harricana à l'esker" on the development of Amos water services. Amos
Quality Inn & Suites Val-d'Or5Vallée-de-l'OrWith 82 luxurious rooms and suites, Quality Inn and Suites Val-d’Or propose you an enjoyable stay. The many services offered on the premises will facilitate your visit: meeting room, laundry, fitness room, free breakfast and more. For more information, visit our Website.Val-d'Or
Quality Inn Rouyn-Noranda3Rouyn-NorandaHotel offering a warm, welcoming atmosphere and access to a wide range of services. Accessible by snowmobile. Adjacent to Restaurant Pub O’Toole.Rouyn-Noranda
Récré-eau des Quinze4TémiscamingueThis 27-km asphalt bike path, running along a Hydro-Québec road linking three hydropower stations, takes you to beautiful forest landscapes, industrial installations and heritage facilities. The path overlaps six well-maintained hiking trails. Two access routes: chemin Hydro-Québec, 4 km from Notre-Dame-du-Nord (route 101 North), or chemin du Pouvoir, 4 km from Angliers (route 391 South).Notre-Dame-du-Nord
Récré-eau des QuinzeSaint-Eugène-de-Guigues
Refuge Pageau1Amos-HarricanaThe extraordinary story of Refuge Pageau is first and foremost the incredible relation the Pageau family has developed and nurtured with animals. Refuge Pageau shelters orphaned, lost or injured animals. These are returned as soon as possible to their natural habitat, but others must stay at the shelter at long term. Refuge Pageau welcomes moose, bears, wolves, lynx, Virginia deer, raccoons, birds of prey and, in the summertime, many young animals left to themselves. As you follow the shelter’s wood trail, learn how and why Michel and Louise Pageau embarked on this amazing adventure more than 25 years ago. Amos
Rémigny4TémiscamingueEstablished in 1935, this quaint village bears the name of one of the officers of the Carignan regiment, as do many other villages in the region. Located on a peninsula, this municipality is your true nature destination. In addition to its many bodies of water, you will find a walleye spawning ground, a charming park and a game-abounding hunting territory where you may stay at an outfitter’s. There is also an old paddle-wheel water mill, as well as a cut-stone church; the pride of its parishioners.Rémigny
Réseau cyclable5Vallée-de-l'OrThe Val-d'Or area offers more than 50 km of cycling trails running through all the city neighborhoods. The cycling network was inaugurated in 2007, but has not stopped growing. It gives cyclists the opportunity to enjoy their favorite activity in an urban setting or in the forest.Val-d'Or
Réserve faunique La Vérendrye (Sépaq)5Vallée-de-l'OrIts immense territory (12 589 km2) half of which is part of Abitibi-Témiscamingue and the wealth of water resources of the réserve faunique La Vérendrye (over 4 000 lakes) make this a choice destination for anglers, canoe-camping enthusiasts and other sport and outdoor activity lovers. The reserve is managed by the Sépaq and is accessible by four visitor information centres, the north entrance of which is situated in the region, 57 km south of Val-d’Or. Here, the visitor will find different services and activities.Val-d'Or
Réserve faunique La Vérendrye (Sépaq)Water is one of the many valuable assets of Réserve faunique La Vérendrye. A true paradise for campers, canoeists and anglers, this wildlife reserve straddles the Outaouais and Abitibi-Témiscamingue regions, and boasts some 4,000 lakes and more than 1,000 campsites. Each fall, hunters are back to this game-rich land to carry on a tradition rooted in the practices of their ancestors. Val-d'Or
Restaurant Coucoushee4TémiscamingueVille-Marie
Restaurant le Matéo5Vallée-de-l'OrSenneterre
Restaurant Mikes3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Restaurant Pub O'Toole3Rouyn-Noranda
Resto-Gîte Paquin4TémiscamingueBelleterre
Rôtisserie O'Poulet3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Rouyn-Noranda3Rouyn-NorandaRN, Cultural Vibe: This is Rouyn-Noranda’s DNA! As Abitibi-Témiscamingue’s urban hub and regional capital, Rouyn-Noranda boasts an unrivaled cultural abundance. Through its diverse performing arts, music, theatre and visual arts scenes, Rouyn-Noranda embraces culture in its many forms. The city comes to life in its many festivals and major happenings, all of which are proud to be “100% made in Rouyn-Noranda”. The city’s vibrant culture truly shines through leading events such as the World Guitar Festival, the Osisko en Lumière Fireworks and Music Festival, the Emerging Music Festival and the International Film Festival. Just outside downtown, the area’s many landscapes and stunning vistas will awaken the senses. Topping the must-see list is Parc National d'Aiguebelle with its top-quality accommodation, unparalleled cuisine and amenities like the Jardin Spa health center encourage you to discover, savor and immerse yourself in our city’s contemporary charm. For your convenience, free parking permits are available to tourists at the tourist information office.Rouyn-Noranda
Saint-Bruno-de-Guigues4TémiscamingueFrom township municipality in 1897, Guigues became, in 1912, the municipality of Saint-Bruno-de- Guigues in honor of the first township bishop, Mgr Joseph Eugène Bruno Guigues. Its history unfolds throughout various attractions, among these the Domaine Breen, built in 1906 and the “Dénommé” covered bridge, erected in 1933. Despite the absence of remnants to attest to this, it was in Saint-Bruno-de-Guigues that the first silver mine in Canada (Wright Mine) was opened at the end of the 1800’s, until its closing for good in 1952. To emphasize this singular era, the municipality had a replica of the mine made to be used as a frame for a sundial with a diameter of 5 metres (16 ft.) and a height of 3 metres (10 ft.). This sundial is unique in the region and has been set up near the church. Today, agriculture and small business are the economic drive of this vacationing sector situated at the heart of Témiscamingue. Saint-Bruno-de-Guigues
Saint-Dominique-du-Rosaire1Amos RégionSaint-Dominique-du-Rosaire stands out for its covered bridge, which is named after the father of the first family to settle here in 1924, Alphonse Normandin. The municipality is equipped with boat ramps on rivière Harricana and lac Obalski, to the great pleasure of fishing, canoe and kayak enthusiasts. Other facilities include a rest area with recreational games. Take this opportunity to walk the 2,5 hiking trail to the observation site, in the Béarn hills (396 meters in altitude), and admire the picturesque landscape unfolding before you.Saint-Dominique-du-Rosaire
Sainte-Germaine-Boulé2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestFounded in 1933, Sainte-Germaine-Boulé is one of the nicest agricultural municipalities of Abitibi-Ouest to have obtained three florets from Fleurons du Québec in recognition for its horticultural beautification effort. The giant spinning wheel standing at the center of the village, close to a church dating from 1940, is in the Guinness Book of Records. It was installed during the parish’s 50th anniversary events in honor of the parish pioneers. In addition, the Club Skinoramik, situated 5 km from the village, invites cross-country skiers to an enchanting site, that comprises 40 km of trails. Come summer, hiking and mountain bike enthusiasts can enjoy these safe trails. Sainte-Germaine-Boulé
Sainte-Hélène-de-Mancebourg2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestEstablished in 1941, Sainte-Hélène, invites you to stop at the Notre-Dame-de-l’Espérance chapel, located at the intersection of rang 4 in Mancebourg. Blessed in July 1989, it greets worshipers year-round.Sainte-Hélène-de-Mancebourg
Salon du livre de l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue3Rouyn-NorandaCentre air-Creebec More than 200 publishing houses and some 100 authors invite you in the discovery of their latest books. Activities for people of all ages leading into the heart of adventures of all kinds. Val d'Or
Sanctuaire Notre-Dame-de-la-Confiance2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestEach year, an increasing number of people visit this site that comprises three different size chapels. Of the three, it is the medium-size chapel which attracts the most people for the charming and peaceful atmosphere that envelopes it. In order to give you an idea of the size of the three structures, note that the biggest one has a capacity of 30 to 40 visitors. Mrs. Flora Bégin-Lapointe founded the smallest chapel in 1957. This summer join us for our annual outdoor mass which will be followed by a community diner.Palmarolle
Senneterre5Vallée-de-l'OrThe Municipality of Senneterre, on the shores of the majestic Bell River, is a genuine paradise for hunters and fishermen who enjoy each year one of the region’s many outfitters. It stands out as a nature destination of choice. By its location, Senneterre is an important crossroad. The only passenger train station of Abitibi-Témiscamingue is located in Senneterre. Visitors can take an independent city tour with the help of a leaflet explaining its history and heritage. The city has a boat ramp located in the heart of downtown for sailing in the Bell River as well as a 4,2 km bike path running all the way to Mount Bell. Since the summer of 2012, you can rent kayaks to explore the Bell River and its tributaries. At the end of June, lumberjacks take over the city for the Festival forestier while, come winter, snowmobilers congregate to one of the main gateways of the region. Senneterre
Sentier d'interprétation du lac des Cinq Dams4Témiscamingue
Sentier de la Roche du millénaire1Amos RégionThe Roche du millénaire trail proposes quite a variety of attractions. It winds through a boreal forest dotted with wild blueberry shrubs. Witness marks of geological phenomena, clearly explained on interpretation panels, and read about vegetal species existing in this environment on information boards. The trail then climbs up a hill offering a spectacular view over the surrounding lakes and forest. The highlight of this trekking experience is of course the Roche du millénaire, a 250-ton erratic block, once a segment of the mountain, torn away, carried and deposited there by a melting glacier. On the way there, build an inukshuk to accompany the several others. A bird-watching trail allows you to know more about the birds of the region such as the peregrine falcon and partridge. Another footpath will make you discover a water spring.Preissac
Sentier écologique du Témiscamingue4TémiscamingueAlong your hike on the sentier écologique du Témiscamingue, come and discover the secrets of herbs. The interpretation panels will guide you through an incredible variety of flowers that you will be able to admire along your walk. Show how good you are at taming the hurdles of our challenge course. Then take advantage of a well-deserved break at the picnic area or take a few pictures from the platform overlooking a pond.Nédélec
Sentier multifonctionnel2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestAccessible year round, this 5-km multifunctional asphalt trail completes the bicycle lane going through the city of La Sarre. In the summertime, it is a pleasant path for cycling, roller-skating or walking; in the wintertime, people use if for cross-country skiing. La Sarre
Sentier pédestre de la rivière Dumoine4TémiscamingueHiking and portage trail along Dumoine River used by canoeists. Hiking trail leading to the Gîte Dumoine Nature. Vehicular traffic and parking fees are applicable. Rapides des Joachims
Sentier pédestre Grande Chute4TémiscamingueLaniel
Sentiers de ski de fond et raquette5Vallée-de-l'OrIn Malartic, there is no such thing as winter hibernation, for the Club de ski de fond et de sports de plein air gives the people of Malartic the possibility to enjoy an active life during the season of snow-covered ground. Winter is a fine opportunity to dress warm and play outside, to enjoy winter sports, and to admire breathtaking landscapes covered in deep snow. The 8-km marked trail surrounding Camping régional de Malartic allows you to stretch your legs in a natural wooded environment. The cross-country and snowshoeing trails are groomed by Club de ski de fond et de sports de plein air so that people of all ages can enjoy this beautiful season safely. This trail is open in the summertime, to the delight of those who are enthusiasts of outdoor activities and walks in the woods. Malartic
Sentiers des Collines D'Alembert3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda
Sentiers et voie cyclables1Amos-HarricanaEnjoy kilometre after kilometre of riding through our mixed urban and rural region and head for the mountain, where some very special forest trails await you. Several kilometers of trails that are yours to discover on the asphalt road skirting the majestic Lake Fiedmont. Spin those wheels as you discover Barraute a whole different way.Barraute
Sentiers Opasatica3Rouyn-NorandaRouyn-Noranda (Montbeillard)
Sentiers pédestres de la forêt d'enseignement et de recherche du lac Duparquet2Abitibi-OuestThe FERLD (Forêt d’enseignement et de recherche du lac Duparquet) contains two main trails. The 4-km Balbuzard interpretation trail includes 6 panels providing explanations on research activities conducted by the FERLD. The Hébécourt hiking trail stretches over a distance of 10 km through the hills of the same name and features several loop trails offering stunning views over the surrounding lakes. Rapide-Danseur
Sentiers pédestres et poste d'observation du Grand Héron2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestVia Hwy. 111 West, La Sarre bound, take the Chazel road, then turn right into rural road 6-7 and follow the road signs. Marked trails and a 10 m high observation deck make it possible to see the island where these tall waders nest. Moreover, you will get a splendid view of lakes Macamic, Piton and Courval. Bird enthusiasts and bird watchers should not forget their binoculars. Hiking shoes are recommended.Macamic
Site historique Domaine Breen4TémiscamingueBuilt in 1906 by blacksmith Thomas Breen and recognized historical site in 2007, the century-old Breen house is situated at the heart of the municipality of Saint-Bruno-de-Guigues. The authentic nature of the site and its furniture has been preserved in a remarkable way and is your chance to step into history and feel the way of life and culture of that era. The environment of this bourgeois property is a true historic garden of great value for our cultural heritage. You are also invited to visit the Halloween-style decorated attic that lends a mysterious atmosphere to the room. Note that the visit will also include the interpretation of the municipality’s mining history, symbolized by a sundial in the form of a mine headframe situated near the house. Member of the Réseau muséal de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue:
Société d'histoire et du patrimoine de la région de La Sarre2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestIn 2001, La Sarre founded a history society that established its headquarters in one of the oldest homes of the town, the Lavigne House. Get the feel of life in yesteryears and visit the various thematic exhibitions, the collection of old photos and the scale models representing the covered bridges of Abitibi-West.La Sarre
Stationnement pour motorisés, La Sarre2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-Ouest40 spaces available free of charge for motorhomes and trailers. Picnic tables available on the premises. Dump station nearby.La Sarre
Stationnement pour motorisés, Témiscaming4Témiscamingue3 spaces with amperage and restrooms. Boat landing, wharf and swimming on place. Pets allowed and dump station nearby.Témiscaming
Stationnement pour motorisés, Ville-Marie4TémiscamingueLocated in the Parc des Clubs, on Industrielle Street, 12 spaces available at moderate prizes. Dump station, fast food, restrooms, children’s playground and city center nearby. $10 a day.Ville-Marie
Sushi & Cie1Amos-HarricanaCome taste delicious sushis in an urban atmosphere. You will appreciate our personalized service and the high-end quality of our products. À la carte menu available at any time, takeout orders. Also available: sushi platter for meetings or group meals. Amos
Taggart Bay Lodge4TémiscamingueLaniel
Taschereau2La Sarre et l'Abitibi-OuestSituated on the water divide line, Taschereau once was an important railroad and lumbering center. The town now thrives to the beat of the forest industry, and sawmills have strongly influenced its development and continue to do so. Taschereau is also one point of entrance to parc national d’Aiguebelle. Cyclists appreciate the Cyclo-voie du partage des eaux for its 56 km off-road bicycle path between Taschereau and Rouyn-Noranda. A 1.5 km hiking trail surrounds the hill of Mount Panoramique where a lookout provides a magnificent panorama of the area. At the municipal quay, a road rest stop provides picnic tables and playground areas, panels that tell the story of the municipality and an information point of the various attractions in the region. The old church converted into a historical museum will take you back to the years of colonization. Consult the website to check the dates of the festivities. Taschereau
Témiscaming4TémiscamingueTémiscaming is one of only three planned cities in Quebec. Its design was inspired by the English garden town concept. Even today, the Anglo-Saxon architecture, the beds of flowering plants, and the works of art of European origin blend in superbly with the natural and sumptuous setting of this community nested on the hillside. Témiscaming won two Fleurons, thus attesting its status of flower-town and justifying its slogan 'Cité-jardin'. Témiscaming is also part of the 'Village-relais' network. This confirms the quantity and quality of the services delivered to our visitors. Témiscaming’s numerous attractions include the Musée de la gare (Canadian Pacific Railroad museum), which was designated historic monument, and a 7-km linear path for a hike, bicycle ride or other. Discover the breathtaking Gordon Creek falls and explore the path climbing to a scenic point that overlooks the downtown area of Témiscaming and the Ottawa River. Sports facilities include a 9-hole golf course, baseball and soccer fields and tennis courts. With its flamboyant landscapes and numerous lakes,the Témiscaming area provides, year round, a natural environment of exceptional beauty to its inhabitants and tourists. Témiscaming
Théâtre du Tandem3Rouyn-NorandaThis professional company focuses on theatrical creation and recent Quebec repertoire works. Follow us on Facebook to discover behind-the-scene actions.
Tour d'observation Le Nid de l'épervierLocated only 11 km outside the city on the edge of the rocky Kékéko hills, Le Nid de L’épervier observation tower offers you a breath-taking 360° panoramic view. Built in 2009, its structure reveals stunning landscapes at every landing. At the top, take in the rugged natural beauty of the lush forests, the vast lakes, the unique Mont Chaudron, as well as the capital of Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Rouyn-Noranda. To get there, hike along the popular Réflecteur trail (challenging terrain) or the Prospecteurs trail (intermediate terrain). Audio description from a smart phone is available on-site.Rouyn-Noranda (Beaudry)
Troupe de théâtre Brin d'folie3Rouyn-NorandaThe theatre group Brin d’Folie, founded in 2002, allows theatre lovers to participate in the creation of quality theatrical productions on and behind the scene. The 2014 season is presented at the Petit Théâtre du Vieux Noranda. Check our Website for more information on the upcoming play.Rouyn-Noranda
Val-d'Or5Vallée-de-l'OrEstablished in 1934, Val-d’Or is part of the towns and villages of Abitibi-Témiscamingue that owe their birth to the gold rush. Here, the visitors will have the opportunity to start their visit of Abitibi from the Cité de l’Or.Moreover, carré Lapointe, located on the 3e Avenue in the heart of downtown, is the site of a monument that represents a miner. It stands witness to the considerable input of these workers, who succeeded in transforming this rocky region into an unequalled land. Nearby, on boulevard Dennison, you will find the parc des Marais, which combines culture and the outdoors thanks to a path that leads to sculptures. Finally, a slight detour to the Vassan quarter will allow visitors to appreciate a cultural heritage bridge: the Champagne covered bridge. Ville de Val-d’Or provides free Internet connection to its citizens and visitors in many neighborhoods of the city. Val-d'Or
Val-d'Or (Dubuisson)5Vallée-de-l'OrDubuisson has developed the sentier d’interprétation de la nature de l’École buissonnière (nature interpretation path). It offers 3 kilometres of trails for hiking enthusiasts, in the enchanting setting of the Piché-Lemoyne forest. Nearby, the parc forestier des Explorateurs is your chance for a picnic stop and also to enjoy the panorama of the Piché River.Val-d'Or (Dubuisson)
Vélo Cité3Rouyn-NorandaLocated directly on the Lac Osisko cycle path, Vélo Cité Rouyn-Noranda lends bicycles at no charge! More than 20 high-end bikes are available. You can also borrow an electric bicycle, bikes for children, kiddie trailers, tandem bicycle or longboard. In the wintertime, Vélo Cité, together with Magasin général Dumulon, lends snowshoes and skates for free.Rouyn-Noranda
Verger des Tourterelles4TémiscamingueDuhamel-Ouest
Verrerie de la montagne4TémiscamingueVerrerie de la montagne is a molten glass, flame-worked glass and flame-blown glass workshop. This unique boutique/workshop offers glass blowing demonstrations and sells various items including jewelry, trays, lights and original souvenirs.Ville-Marie
Vers Forêt4TémiscamingueLatulipe
Vieux-Palais1AmosHarricanaThe Vieux-Palais, a historical building dating 1922, is Le Palais des arts Harricana, an art gallery where visitors can admire the talent of artists of the region and elsewhere, including several works by world-renowned artist Jean-Paul Riopelle. The Vieux-Palais is also a heritage gem that takes visitors on a journey into the historical post of this former courthouse, its architecture and prominent personalities who have left their mark. Amos
Villa sous les frênes4TémiscamingueSaint-Bruno-de-Guigues
Ville-Marie4TémiscamingueWinner of La Presse’s Most beautiful village in Quebec contest in 2012, Ville-Marie impresses with its majestic lake and beautiful landscapes. Prenez un nouveau cap, Ville-Marie sur le Lac. (Change course, Ville-Marie on the Lake.) Here is the slogan of the oldest town of the region. Erected directly on the shores of Lake Témiscamingue, Ville-Marie bathes in a unique atmosphere of calm and relaxation, so conducive to vacationing. Roam the Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, Notre-Dame and Sainte-Anne streets and discover century-old Victorian homes, a former school of agriculture built of fieldstones, and a vintage downtown ornate with Boomtown façades. A short distance from downtown, the parc du Centenaire, starting point of La Route verte, offers a breath-taking view of the lake. It is the prime animation site of the numerous festive and cultural events that set the tempo for a lively tourist season. In the summertime, an art performance is given on Sunday afternoons. Nearby, the municipal marina offers various services to the boaters and tourists who want to enjoy the sites. Ville-Marie
Windsor - RestaurantVal d'Or
Zec Dumoine3TémiscamingueThis is an exceptional wildlife area of 1,502 square kilometers for outdoors, ATV, hunting, fishing, kayak and canoe enthusiasts.Rapides des Joachims
Zec Kipawa4TémiscamingueBéarn
Zec Restigo4TémiscamingueTémiscaming

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