09 – Abitibi-Témiscamingue
The Abitibi-Témiscamingue region is part of the Canadian Shield, on a plateau located north of the Laurentians. A land of mines, rivers and lakes, it is also the entryway to the « Radissonnie » (the James Bay Region). The trails travel through coniferous forest.
- Regional network:
12 clubs (4,032 km of trails)
- Main trails:
63 at Témiscaming (south), Ville-Marie and the La Vérendrye Wildlife Preserve (east)
83 at Saint-Bruno-de-Guigues (south) and Senneterre (northeast)
83 at Rouyn-Noranda (west) and Desmaraisville (north)
307 and 83 at Rivière Héva (south)
396 toward Matagami (north)
- Accommodation accessible from the trail:
- Snow conditions:
From January to mid-March
Principal cities: Barraute - Rouyn-Noranda – Val d’Or – Amos – La Sarre - Malartic – Senneterre – Ville-Marie – Témiscamingue – Matagami – Lebel-sur-Quevillon – Radisson
- The Rouyn-Noranda Winter Festival in February (trails 93, 83, 303)
- Circuit touristique Abitibi West
- La Magie des Neiges d’Amos in February (trails 93)
- Mont-Vidéo (trail 93)
From the region:
- Mauricie to the east (trail 83)
- James Bay & Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean (trail 93 - 396)
- Laurentians (trail 63)
- Outaouais (trail 63 - 386)
- Northeast Ontario
155, avenue Dallaire, Bureau 100
Phone : 819 762-8181 ou le 1 800 808-0706
1252, route 167 sud, c.p. 134
Phone : 418 748-8140 ou 1 888 748-8140
|Domaine Bourgoin-Fortier, Rouyn-Noranda
Single house with large trailer parking. Direct access to Lake Beauchastel and the trail system. Possibility of access to the double garage.
Bedding and towels provided. Bring your own food.
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