There is a dialogue going on within the Chapel Hill North community in Orleans as to whether the unofficially named... View Post
Categories for Hiking
The Chelsea Community Winter Trail may become an all year spot for locals. While it has been used every Winter since... View Post
This article by Isabelle Beaudoin-Roy, a Biologist at the National Capital Commission, was posted to the NCC website last week: Gatineau... View Post
Gatineau Park is full of eastern tent caterpillars, hanging from trees by their little threads and getting on your clothes, face, hair, everywhere!
110 Kilometres of new trails in Gatineau Park is great, but where will they be? This zone-by-zone breakdown of the new Gatineau Park trailmap shows what we know so far.
The Wallingford Back Mine has seen a surge in visitors lately and now, while spared from demolition, will be blocked from public access.
Recent research suggests that walking may be just as - or even more - damaging than mountain bikes when it comes to trail erosion.
This video: Ottawa On The River, 1941, shows how much of a role the Ottawa, Gatineau, and Rideau river, and Gatineau Park played in the life of Ottawa residents in the 1940s.
An easy, fun, kid-friendly overnight adventure at the all-season tents at Lac Philippe in Gatineau Park.
I’ve been seeing pictures of this great-looking spot popping up on Instagram recently, and when Erica sent me a link... View Post