Lac-St-Jean (Saint John's Lake) is located at 206 km/128 mi north of the Saint-Lawrence-River into which it drains via the Saguenary river. It is a large lake in the south central Quebec, Canada, in the Laurentian Highlands. The lake covers an area of 1053 km²/406.57 mi², while its deepest point goes down to 63 m/206 ft depth.
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Tree Climbing in Jacques Cartier Park, Gatineau, Quebec Canada
The spot attracts a lot of people, offering entertainment to children and parents. So, if you want to escape from the daily routine and have fun, try to exercise one of the most adventurous activities in Jacques-Cartier Park, Tree Climbing!!! Performing tree climbing will be an extraordinary activity and you will enjoy yourself at all levels.
Tree climbing is an activity with which body, mind and technical skills merge into one. So, enjoy climbing tree to tree with safety, high and above the ground. In Jacques-Cartier Park you will have the opportunity to take a stroll on the treetops and admire the stunning view of Saint-Joseph lake.
What’s more, you can practice this amazing activity both day and night. For those who want to have a look at the park, they can take their own bicycle, as there are free parking bicycle sides. If you are lucky and visit this park in February, you will celebrate the Winterlude, which is a Canadian popular event, taking place every February. The appropriate season to visit the spot is from May to June and from September to October.
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