Hiking - Parc des Chutes de Denholm - July 14, 2018

About an hour north of Ottawa is a virtually unknown hiking trail near the town on Denholm. Parc des Chutes de Denholm is located on the Paugan road which connects…

Hiking - Pink Lake Trail - July 15, 2018

The Pink Lake trail is definitely an emerald jewel in the Gatineau Park. From its sparkling green water to the many lookout and observation points, this trail has it all.…

Hiking - Discovery Trail in Gatineau Park - July 8, 2018

Finally the heat wave is over, and we can once again enjoy nature and the outdoors without working up a terrible sweat. Heading out around 10am, we forgot that it…

Hiking - Mount Royal Park - June 27, 2018

After having experienced the Mount Royal Park two winters ago with a snowshoeing adventure, it was high time to re-discover it again in the summer. Gone are the many cross-country…

Kayaking - Meech Lake - June 16, 2018

With the surprise arrival of warm summer like weather (finally...), the choice was simple, it was a perfect day to break out the kayaks. Living only minutes from Gatineau Park,…

Hiking - Beaver Trail in the Ottawa Greenbelt - June 9, 2018

Having visited this trail network in the late winter to snowshoe, we were curious to experience it in the summer without snow. Located in the Stony Swamp area of the…

Algonquin Park - Kiosk Loop May 17-20th 2018

This year’s Victoria Day weekend canoe trip was at the northern end of Algonquin Park. The access point was Kioshkokwi (Kiosk) lake about a 3.5 hour drive from Ottawa along…

Kayaking - Lac La Peche

This visit was to Lac La Peche, known as the largest lake in all of Gatineau Park. If you find Lac Philippe or Meech large, this lake is almost double…

Gatineau Park - Carbide Willson Ruins

A beautiful clear Saturday afternoon called for a visit to Gatineau Park to do some hiking. The park is famous for its endless trails and the multitude of choices of…

Kayaking - Lac Meech

Another beautiful day that warranted some kayaking. This time, the destination was Meech Lake in Gatineau Park. Camp Fortune was along the route leading to the lake, making me reflect…

Kayaking - Lac Philippe

Kayaking is such an enjoyable sport. Thanks to the abundance of lakes and rivers in the Ottawa-Gatineau region, there is no shortage of places to visit and discover. Kayaking is…

Gatineau Park - Pioneer Trail

A great day in nature on Gatineau Park's Pioneer trail. This hiking path is easily accessible from the Gatineau Park parkway entrance off of Boulevard des Allumetières near Hull. A…

Gatineau Park - Luskville Falls Trail

The Luskville Falls are located about 30 minutes from downtown Gatineau. With easy access by car, simply take Boulevard des Allumetières, until it turns into route 148 and follow that.…

Gatineau Park - Lusk Cave Trail

A sunny late summer Saturday always signals the perfect time to go exploring and hiking. Having been interested for some time to see what all the fuss over the Lusk…

Gatineau Park - Champlain Lookout Trail

The Champlain Lookout trail takes you around the edge of the Eardley Escarpment, showcasing stunning views and vistas. With a length of approximately 1.2km, it is not the longest trail,…

Gatineau Park - Sugarbush Trail

The Sugarbush Trail is the perfect trail for those looking for an easy hike through the forest. Absent are any steep hills or natural obstacles, just pure fresh air and…

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