Abitibi, or Abitibi-Temiscamingue as it is officially called, is a region of Quebec.
Sépaq (the official Website of the Société des établissements de plein air du Québec)
Hiking, cycling, canoeing, nature interpretation ...the Sépaqnetwork offers you a wide range of discovery and outdoor activities. Stay a little longer in this luxurious natural setting by making an online reservation for one of our 550 cabins or 8,000 campsites. The 22 national parks, 16 wildlife reserves, Sépaq Anticosti and 8 tourist resorts, such as Parc de la Chute-Montmorency, Station touristique Duchesnay and Auberge Fort-Prével, invite you to come out and enjoy the pleasures of autumn!
Parc national d'Aiguebelle is an exceptional protected area that is a haven of calm and tranquility. Come see traces of glaciers past, ancient lava flows, and rocks 2.7 billion years old. While you're here, cross the 64-metre-long suspension bridge 22 metres above Lac La Haie. Scan the vast horizon from atop a fire tower or race down a cliff on the 220-step spiral staircase. Whether you are exploring on foot or in a canoe or kayak in the summer, or on backcountry skis or snowshoes in the winter, come and discover this jewel of nature in the heart of Abitibi. Visit the Castorière trail, which won Kéroul's Honourable Mention in 2002.
Réserve faunique La Vérendrye
The immensity of its territory and the multitude of lakes and rivers found in Réserve faunique La Vérendrye make this destination a favourite spot for fishers and canoe-camping enthusiasts. The 1,250 campsites spread out over the territory allow visitors to discover fishing while taking advantage of inexpensive accommodations. For those who prefer cabin stays, Réserve faunique La Vérendrye has 36 well-equipped cabins located on the edge of a lake and Dozois Reservoir. There is something to please everyone!