The mission of Aventure Plume Blanche is to teach visitors about Aboriginal life through a variety of cultural and traditional activities. Throughout the seasons, experience the way of life of the Pekuakamiulnuatsh in a natural setting imbued with serenity, simplicity and beauty. The various activities offered include a guided tour of the site, craft-making and chats around the fire. Visitors can stay in a teepee, a prospector’s tent, a log cabin, a Mongolian yurt or a shaputuan.
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Aventure Plume Blanche607, Rand 2 Sud
Roberval, Quebec, G8H 2M9
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