TAKE A HIKE, GO FOR A RUN,
EXPLORE THE TRAILS OF THE
VALLÉE-DE-LA-GATINEAU
TAKE A HIKE, GO FOR A RUN,
EXPLORE THE TRAILS OF THE
VALLÉE-DE-LA-GATINEAU
TAKE A HIKE, GO FOR A RUN,
EXPLORE THE TRAILS OF THE
VALLÉE-DE-LA-GATINEAU

Sortez des sentiers battus
et venez découvrir notre région!

Mission
and objectives

The PERO supports the recreational tourism potential of the Vallée-de-la-Gatineau

• Collaborate and support the development of recreational tourism in the MRC.

• Contribute to the economic diversification of Vallée-de-la- Gatineau.

• Encourage development of non-motorized activities in the region.

• Contribute to the strategic positioning of the Vallée-de-la-Gatineau as an integral part of the Outaouais region.

Mission<br> and objectives
Obsevation deck, Parc des chutes, Denholm

orientations

Non-motorized tourism and eco-friendly initiatives are the principal considerations of the PERO.

• Support pre-existing initiatives and collaborate with our partners to make these initiatives successful.

• Find the necessary resources to ensure quality development in this sector of activity.

• Partner with municipalities to develop projects in non-motorized nature tourism.

• Develop alliances and cooperate with private sector organizations and companies.

• Develop strategies ensuring the long-term sustainability of activities and infrastructure.

les valeurs

Respect de l’environnement
Respect de l’environnement
Excellence
Excellence
Développement durable
Développement durable
Innovation
Innovation

TRAIL MAPS

The creation of the ‘Off the Beaten Path’ hiking trails emerged from a Val-Gatinoise consultation table which decided to define an intervention strategy aimed at giving the Gatineau Valley a brand image linked to its history. The forest has always defined this immense territory of 13,424 square kilometres with a present population of 20,000 grouped in two cities, 17 municipalities and two Algonquin communities, the first occupants of the territory.

What better way to discover the region than to explore the forest on foot, snowshoes or cross-country skis through a quality network of hiking trails, guided by informative signage that reflects the local themes and colours of our beautiful Vallée-de-la-Gatineau.

Municipal sharing of resources: a winning solution to ensure the sustainability of trails

A permanent, mobile maintenance team, trained according to criteria established by ‘Rando-Québec’ and supervised by PERO ensures the quality and durability of the trails.

The project encourages residents and visitors alike to get off the beaten path and to try something different by exploring a network of over 100 kilometers of trails found from north to south in the MRC.

Le reste de l'Outaouais vous intéresse ?

Le reste de l'Outaouais <br>vous intéresse ?
Le reste de l'Outaouais <br>vous intéresse ?

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THEMATIC ACTIVITIES

Not only do we maintain a network of forest trails but we also post interpretive signage and organize activities.
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Adhésion / modalités de paiement

Membership individuel

  • 25.00 $

Défi coureur des bois’ (5 courses)?

14 juillet : sentiers des lacs des Cèdres à Messines
18 août : sentiers du Parc des chutes à Denholm
8 septembre : sentiers à Ste-Thérèse-de-la-Gatineau
29 septembre : sentiers de la chute Quinn à Montcerf-Lytton
19 octobre : sentiers du Mont Morissette à Blue Sea
  • 25.00 $/course
  • 100.00 $/défi

Rallye famille

  • 10.00 $/personne
  • 25.00 $/famille

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