Contact informations

2, rue de l'École,
Chute-aux-Outardes (Québec)
G0H 1C0

Phone: 418 567-2144
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Tourisme Côte-Nord

Population 1,577
This village and commercial area of ​​the Manicouagan Peninsula offers a range of services for all your needs. Restaurants, fishmonger, pharmacy and service points are available to you. Among its tourist attractions, there is parks and playgrounds for children, hiking trails with incredible views of Outardes River. The village is surrounded by vast boreal forests, home to a rich fauna and flora. The village owes its origin to the installation of the first hydroelectric plant in the region in 1925 and the development of the forest industry.

Trail foxes, central Old Chute-aux-Outardes In 1926 began the construction of the dam Outardes I. The Quebec North Shore Paper Company decided to build a plant and a hydroelectric plant near the mouth of the river Outarde at the location of the first falls. But the work was interrupted due to the economic crisis of 1929 and the hydroelectric Outardes I is completed in 1937. So you understand that walking in this area is a tour that takes you to the heart of the heritage of the municipality. Nature is omnipresent with a beautiful view of the river. Approximately 3.6 miles of trails have been developed. Beautiful trails will make snowshoeing during the winter.

For information, contact the tourist office 418-567-8912 or municipality.

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