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The Must-Sees


The Aiguebelle National Park

The park is a huge playground and is the keeper of a rich natural and cultural heritage, with its 2.7 billion years old rocks and the presence of the watershed on its territory.  


The Opémican National Park

Let yourself be inspired by the story of the Anishinaabe people or the log drivers who worked on the territory a long time ago and come sleep under the stars or paddle on the majestic Témiscamingue Lake. The sandy shores of Opémican National Park, its rocky escarpments and its trails promise you multiple experiences.


Wildlife reserve La Vérendrye

This wildlife reserve is not only magnificent to cross  
by car, it also contains 800 fish-bearing lakes and some great hunting grounds. Take the time to stop by.  


Trip at outfitters

The outfitters welcome you comfortably and boast a long experience of hunting and fishing that they will be able to share with you with passion.  



The outdoors possibilities are infinite here with the Access to outdoors website. You can enjoy all the trails and the possible routes everywhere in the region and in perfect safety.


The Refuge Pageau

Come meet moose, wolf and bear and all the permanent lodgers! The Refuge Pageau is a shelter for abandoned or wounded wild animals and discover the history of its founder, Michel Pageau, through an installation created by Moment Factory.


Obadjiwan–Fort-Témiscamingue National Historic Site

Between an enchanted forest and a beautiful beach along Lake Témiscamingue, in a place frequented for thousands of years by First Nations, was once an important trading post, Obadjiwan-Fort-Témiscamingue. Learn the highlights of the two centuries of rivalry between the French and the English for the control of the fur trade and the lifestyle of those who inhabited the trading post permanently.


Mining experiences 

Mining exploitation is at the heart of the development of the region. Learn to know the geological phenomena that have left so much wealth by visiting the Musée minéralogique, while visiting Mine Canadian Malartic  the Canadian Malartic Mine will introduce you to the technological advances of the largest open-pit mine.

Become a miner for a day at La Cité de l’Or and experience an underground descent 91 metres (300 feet) into the galleries of the Ancienne-Mine-Lamaque.


The festivals and events   

The festivals never stop, offering the people an additional opportunity to smile, dance, party with their family or friends. Our region is filled to the brim with events from the most traditional to the most original.


Anisipi – A water-discovery route

The Anisipi circuit mixes the arts, technology, architecture, cultural heritage, history, and natural resources.  It is made out of four Moment Factory installations, several circuits and exibitions spread across the Amos-Harricana territory. 



With its abundant snow, its 3,700 kilometres of safe and well-maintained trails, Abitibi-Témiscamingue is a natural fit for the snowmobile

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