Backroad Mapbook of Southwestern Quebec
|Format||Softcover (21.5cm x 28cm or 8.5" x 11")|
Written by Christine Butt and Jason Marleau.
Published by Mussio Ventures Ltd., 2004.
driving, cycling, hiking or camping, find your way with this complete road and
The Backroad Mapbook of Southwestern Quebec is the most comprehensive outdoor recreation resource available for the area. Locally known as the Outaouais, this is a diverse region that is a favourite destination choice amongst outdoor enthusiasts. The Outaouais is bordered by Abitibi-Temiscamingue, the Laurentians, and Canada's capital city, Ottawa. With a multitude of colourful mountains, rolling hills, deep forests, tame and wild rivers, and over 20 000 lakes, the opportunities for outdoor adventures are endless. Whether you want to hike or ski the many trails in the renowned Gatineau park, take a week off to explore the lakes and rivers of the La Verendrye Wildlife Reserve on a canoe-camping trip, try your hand at fishing some of Temiscamingue's hot spots, or take a leisurely bike-ride through the old-fashioned and inviting towns that populate the Gatineau Valley, the Outaouais offers it all.
The reference section includes information on lake and stream fishing, paddling routes, multi-use trails (hiking/biking/ATV), wilderness camping (parks and conservation areas), and winter recreation. The maps highlight the logging/bush road networks, trail systems and recreation opportunities for Southwestern Quebec. Presented in both French and English, the Backroad Mapbook of Southwestern Quebec provides the most detail and accuracy on the road and trail networks of the Outaouais.
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