Category: Gatineau Park


Closure of trails no. 3 and 32 in Gatineau Park

Due to recent heavy rainfalls, trails no. 3 and 32 in Gatineau Park are closed until further notice.

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Tick Safety in the Capital

The blacklegged tick, also called the deer tick, is present in the National Capital Region, and remains a concern due to the potential for it to transmit Lyme disease.

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It’s peregrine falcon nesting season in Gatineau Park

Gatineau Park is a natural treasure of Canada’s Capital Region and a habitat for many species at risk. As Gatineau Park biologists, my colleagues and I help ensure the protection of these species.

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The parkways are now open to motor vehicles

Gatineau Park moves into its spring and summer season. The opening of the parkways to motor vehicle traffic facilitates access to the park’s main attractions such as the Champlain lookout, Pink Lake and King Mountain. Let us share the road! Let us be cautious and show consideration of all who share the panoramic parkways with.

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Gatineau Park Visitor and Economic Impact Study

The NCC conducted the Gatineau Park Visitor and Economic Impact Study from September 2015 to August 2016.

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