Abitibi-Témiscamingue is a region in western Quebec known for its vast forests and its record number of lakes and rivers. In the winter, ice fishing, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are just a few examples of things to do to make the most of the region’s amazing snow-covered paradise. This huge territory sets itself apart thanks to its many outfitters, mining heritage and Indigenous traditions and invites you to experience adventure in its purest form.

A must for winter fun!

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The Forêt recreative in Val d'Or offers 50 km² of outdoor fun. Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing enthusiasts love this park for its trails for all levels, while skaters can enjoy discovering an icy trail in a magical setting. It is also possible to try fatbiking on a 3-km-long trail. In addition, reception facilities offer many amenities in a modern and warm environment.


Discover Abitibi’s best food and drink!

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Winter is the perfect time to treat yourself to comfort and tasty delights! Abitibi-Témiscamingue is home to many bakeries, chocolate shops, restaurants, microbreweries and cafés where you can enjoy a break after outdoor activities. The region’s unique homegrown flavours are showcased and always paired with friendly service!


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