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Rafting


Village Vacances Valcartier
On the Jacques-Cartier River, eight kilometers of rapids, falls, and cascades await to provide you with non-stop action and fun. Aboard our 4.88 meter (16 feet) self-bailing boats, the professional guides lead you on a half-day expedition of gripping emotion.
Reservations required at least 72 hours in advance
Wetsuit required at all times (wetsuit rental extra)
No experience required / Must weigh 41 kg (90 lb.) or more
2 daily departures: 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. (may to the begeninf of September)
1860, boulevard Valcartier
Tel.: (418) 844-2200
- Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier

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Excursions Jacques-Cartier, le Club
Sportive Rafting. Located at the top of the rapids of Tewkesbury, a course of 8.5 km on the river Jacques-Cartier. The excursion is made on a half-day and is offered as much to the novices as to the experimented.
Panoramic rafting. This activity addresses a clientele more contemplative than sportive. It is the visit of the valley by the river. We recommend this activity for people in search of sweet adventures.

860 ave. Jacques-Cartier Nord, Tewkesbury, Québec
Tel.: 418 848-7238

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Rivière Secrète

Just a stone's throw from Mont Sainte-Anne, on the site of "Les Sept-Chutes", explore one of the most beautiful canyons in Québec. At the helm of an innovative mini-raft (with 1 or 2 partners), discover over thirty exciting rapids. Lunch, equipment, swimming and nature at its best.

3987, avenue Royale, Saint-Ferréol-les-Neiges,
Tél.: 418 827-2227 / 826-0027

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Réserve faunique de Portneuf
This reserve covers some 775 square kilometres (484 square miles). Hills rise between lakes, rivers, and falls like the Chutes de la Marmite, in all, 375 bodies of water.
Winter activities:
snowmobiling (60 km/37 miles), cross-country skiing (50 km/31 miles), snowshoeing, fishing on ice, hiking and sliding.
Summer activities:
fishing, hunting (10 zones) climbing, rafting, canoeing (65 km/40 miles) and camping. In addition, observe wildlife in its habitat: a thrilling experience.

Rivière-à-Pierre,
Tél.: 418 323-2028

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