Zone 4 : FIRST NATIONS TRAIL

The First Nations trail, either winter or summer you may stroll and enjoy the history of 11 of the First Nations of Quebec, visualizing totems made by a Native American artist. Throughout your visit it will be possible to observe wild deer. They are not shy and will wait impatiently for our carrots.

Summer season

  • Take advantage of a picnic near the water, near Tipi shaped shelters or longhouses to the sound of a lovely waterfall.
  • This trail will take you around a lake crowded with trout that you can feed.
  • Be creative and build your own Inukshuk around the trail.

  • Totems made by Algonquian artist, Denis Charrette, representing each of the first nations and a series of Inukshuks illustrate the intimate relationship between aboriginal peoples, nature and the fabulous legends which founded their culture.

Winter season

  • Dress warmly and bring your snowshoes for a quick gateway in the forest.

The path of talking trees

Totems made by Algonquian artist, Denis Charrette, representing each of the first nations and a series of Inukshuks illustrate the intimate relationship between aboriginal peoples, nature and the fabulous legends which founded their culture.

The Thunderbird

The Thunderbird, a symbolic emblem often represented in first nation groups, marks the end of the trail, when passing under his wings you will benefit from its powerful protection.

PicNic Area

Take advantage of a picnic near the water, near Tipi shaped shelters or longhouses to the sound of a lovely waterfall.

Video Zone

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