Duhamel is a perfect destination for all nature aficionados. In winter, white tail deer roam through the streets and backyards of this quaint village, delighting all wildlife buffs. Fifty kilometres of trails, 17 of which are part of the National Trail in Quebec (NTQ) offer hikers the opportunity to discover breathtaking views. A vast wooded territory welcomes fishing and hunting enthusiasts as well as snowmobilers and quad bike riders. Facilities are also available for biking, canoeing, bird watching, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, skating, ice fishing and even tubing on the Petite Nation River.
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Of course, you won’t want to miss Le Centre touristique de Lac-Simon in Duhamel, a four seasons recreational facility. In summer, the 2 km long white-sand beach and crystal-clear waters will remind you of your last sea and sun vacation. The enormous lake allows for all water sports. The neighbouring forest’s trails offer space for hiking, biking, and playing. The site provides all forms of games for children, notably trampolines, climbing structures, five slides and more. In winter, white tail deer gather here to caper a few feet from the delighted visitors. Cross-country skiing, tubing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, ice fishing—everything is possible.