Free shuttle bus to lookouts from Camp Fortune
Weekends, September 26 to October 12, 2015
11 am to 4 pm, every 10 minutes
During the busier days of fall, a free shuttle service will be offered as a pilot project to facilitate access to Gatineau Park lookouts. The shuttle starting point is Camp Fortune. There are three stops along the way: Trail No. 1 and Keogan Shelter, Étienne-Brûlé Lookout, and Champlain Lookout. Route map.
The Fall Rhapsody shuttle is a pilot project initiated by the National Capital Commission (NCC), in collaboration with Camp Fortune and the Société de transport de l’Outaouais.
Join us for a delicious brunch served in the main lodge overlooking the gorgeous fall colours.
September 27th, October 4th, 11th and 12th from 10 am to 2:30 pm.
Reservations: 819-827-1717 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Adults 19,95$, children 15,95$
Take the Valley chair and enjoy a casual hike down or take the Skyline chair for a relaxing round trip ride.
Weekends from Sept 26 to Oct 11 and Thanksgiving Monday October 12
11 am to 5 pm
Skyline $10 per person, $30 for a family of 4 ($5 per additional person).
Under 5 free. Tax included.
Valley: $5 per person
Children must be accompanied by an adult. You may not ride the lift with an infant in a carrier or your arms. All visitors must be able to load and unload to and from the chair unassisted.
Take in the fall colours from tree tops at the aerial park and ziplines.
Reservations : 819-827-5517 or email@example.com
Join us on Wednesday October 28th for the fall seniors luncheon. Social from 11-12, buffet lunch at 12.
$25 tax included for a beverage and buffet lunch. Please reserve your seat by calling 819-827-1717 ext 0 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Saturday, 30 October
Time: From 08:00 am to 02:00 pm EDT
Organizer: MEC Ottawa
MEC Gatineau Park Marathon ($25):
Missing from the Ottawa/Gatineau running scene for far too long…a loop of Gatineau park! Join us on Saturday November 1st 2014, a single continuous loop of the jewel in the National Capitals crown.
Starting and finishing at Camp Fortune. 42.2km of perfect pavement, with just a few hills thrown in…“This could be Canada’s toughest road marathon,” said Dan Way, author of the Canadian Race Guide.
Along with the 42.2km, you will be treated to over 1km of up and down!
MEC Gatineau Park Half Marathon ($20):
A single 21.1km lap of the park. A hilly route on fantastic scenic roads. A real challenge! Starting and finishing at Camp Fortune. Details, route and registration
Join us from 10 am to 4 pm for a day of fun to get ready for winter. You can pick up your season pass, sign up for lessons, purchase an Elite card and gift cards (great Christmas presents!)
-SNOW Jam session, bring your gear and your helmet
-Skate ramp will be open
-Inflatables and balloon animals for the young one
Local retailers will be on site to showcase what’s new.
Top of the World
-Complimentary snacks and beverages