Saint-André-Avellin - Bucolic walk
Your adventure begins at the Papineauville municipal wharf on the Outaouais River. You should head north toward Saint-André-Avellin. Along the way you’ll come across several farms, with horses and cows grazing in enchanting fields. Delight in the extraordinary landscapes, ever-changing through the seasons. You’ll also cross the Petite Nation River, first at the Portage Bridge and again at the bridge in Saint-André-Avellin. Before crossing the second bridge, don’t forget to detour in front of the impressive church occupying the centre of this charming village. You’ll come across several restaurants in this active town. After satisfying your appetite, head north toward Chénéville. Once again, you’ll be able to enjoy the spectacular scenery. Roadside stands will tempt you with desserts and cool drinks. In Chénéville, open your eyes wide as you approach the church. You’ll observe an original sculpture along with seasonal decorations. The winding road will then take you to the village of Duhamel. Watch out for the many white-tailed deer living in this natural décor. You’re bound to spot a few or several of them along the way. The village offers many activities: hiking, swimming, tubing, biking, etc. You’re sure not to be disappointed by your country outing on Route 321.