Discover our heritage and the natural beauty of our municipality
CHAPEAU REGIONALE GALLERY
106 St. Jacques Street
Chapeau, Quebec, J0X 1M0
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CANOE ROUTE DE LA KICHI SIBI
This course of 60 kilometers on the Ottawa River (circuit two days) between Chichester and Bryson will be inaugurated in the summer of 2012. In addition to the spectacular scenery along the Kichi Sibi, which means “Great River” in Algonquin, its sandy shore, four ancient forests and a wealth of rare and endangered species, this area has a large number of cultural and heritage attractions, including Rocher Oiseauet Fort William, and attractions within walking distance such as the Pont Marchand and Bryson House in the Town of Mansfield-et-Pontefract, and St. Andrew’s Church and Alley manors in Fort-Coulonge.
This trail will be marked in the summer of 2012.
Between the Ottawa River and the Laurentian Plateau, Cyclopark PPJ offers a unique concept combining bike path and park with interpretive displays of the flora and fauna of more than 90 km signed Route verte.
Built on the old railway line of the Pontiac Pacific Junction, the trail safely reserved for cyclists and hikers provides a path relatively flat, pleasant and accessible to the whole family. Panoramas agricultural and forest swamps, stunning views of the Ottawa River and small communities through authentic and welcoming it, make it a bike path rich in contrasts and discoveries.
Web Site : cycloparcppj.org
With the quantity and quality of the artists who live and work there, the Pontiac has several advantages that make the region a living environment conducive to creativity. Landscapes and figures from Pontiac is a source of inspiration for artists since ancient times.
Each year, the Pontiac Artists open their studio doors to the public, while enjoying the exhibits, enjoy the journey pttoresques separating each.
What a great way to discover the Pontiac!