Blissful and welcoming
Maps and Attractions
New observation tower with panoramic view, one of the most spectacular in Quebec.
A Heightening Experience!
Mont Morissette Regional Park
The Mont Morissette regional Park is two mountains offering a breath taking view.
Mont Morissette's trail map
Come and experience the scenic beauty of the woodland landscape of the Gatineau Valley. Take your pick from one of three hiking trails, (1, 5, or 7 km) or follow the gravel road that goes straight to the top to the foot of the heritage fire tower, one of the few still standing in Quebec. Climb the steps of the new observation tower and enjoy a breathtaking view of majestic Blue Sea Lake and surrounding area.
Learn about the history of our heritage fire lookout towers (1930+) by reading the series of interpretive signs which tell the story of forest fire fighting and prevention. To learn more, be sure to visit the Chateau Logue Interpretation Centre in Maniwaki dedicated to the history of the prevention and fighting of forest fire. To see the Interpretation Centre website : click here >>
Accessible summer and winter with a cozy cabin complete with wood stove to welcome you at the top of the mountain.
ATV riders, snowmobilers and horseback riders are welcome to use the service road to access the shelter and belvedere.
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 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