Maps and Attractions
The Mount Morissette' trails extend for 13 km. In the banner at the top of this page, an overview of the belvedere and the hills of the region.
Photos Jean Lacaille
Mont Morissette Regional Park
The Mont Morissette regional Park is two mountains offering a breath taking view.
Mont Morissette's trail map
Come watch the forest landscape typical of the Vallée-de-la-Gatineau along one of the three hiking trails or go straight to the top to the old forest fire ohbservation tower.
Available summer and winter, the shelter at the top of the mountain welcomes you. Why not fanned the fire in the wood stove ?
Welcome to ATV riders, snowmobilers and horseback riders who are allowed to use the service access to reach the shelter and the belvedere.
Bring binoculars and camera, the Grand pic awaits you in the forest!
To all those who care for Mont Morissette and wish to support the Association for the continuous improvement of services and touristic infrastructures, please send your donations to :
Association du parc régional du Mont Morissette
The Association would also pleased to welcome you as a member.
The Blue Sea Lake
Blue Sea Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes in the region. It covers 14 square km in area and hosts hundreds of vacationers from Gatineau Valley, the Outaouais and Eastern Ontario. It drew on its shores many personalities who have retained a strong attachment to this aquatic wonder. For visitors, boat launching is available from the public dock on Principale Street.
Public launching ramps