WINTER (November 16 to April 30)
Our winter full day includes several unique activities. Start with ice fishing and get the chance to catch a brook or rainbow trout that you can bring home or cook for lunch!
Then you’ll have a traditional lunch back at camp, that includes pea-soup, salmon cooked on a wood stove with buttered potatoes and sugar pie for dessert. Non alcoholic drinks, coffee, tea or hot-chocolate are also included.
After lunch, you’ll head out on snowshoes to go looking for animal tracks. You will be right in some fascinating wildlife habitats (beaver dams, deer runs, wolf hunting grounds, partridges, snowy owls, coyotes and anadian lynx).
You’ll visit the first Athabascan wood bison reserve in Quebec created to protect and study these animals, classified as anendangered species. Then you’ll be taken to a sacred Native American ancestral site, erected by Dominique Rankin, Algonquin traditional chief. Our guide will explain their lifestyle as well as their different homes.
The day will end with a visit to the kennel. You can enjoy playing with the sled dogs find out all about the life of these fantastic working dogs.
Back at the chalet, a hot drink will be served.
SUMMER (May 1 to November 15)
Our summer full day includes several unique activities. You’ll start by learning how to hand-fish in a clear mountain stream. If you’re lucky, you will catch your lunch! Then you’ll head to the Athabascan Wood Bison reserve created to protect this endangered species where you will learn about these animals and their amazing history.
Back at camp for lunch, you’ll cook trout on a wood fire while our guide entertains with stories of ‘les coureurs des bois’ .
After lunch you will participate in nature interpretation, looking for tracks and other signs of the wildlife living in the Laurentian forest. After that, you’ll be taken to a sacred Native American ancestral site, erected by Dominique Rankin, Algonquin traditional chief. Your guide will explain their lifestyle as well as their different homes.
The day ends with a presentation of the different types of furs and habitats of the animals that live in the region.
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED – PLACES LIMITED