Station Uapishka

Rivières-aux-Outardes, Quebec

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In the heart of Pessamit Nitassinan, the Uapishka Station is an ecotourism enterprise and a scientific research station co-founded by the Pessamit Innu Council and UNESCO’s Manicouagan-Uapishka World Biosphere Reserve. On the edge of the Groulx Mountains (Uapishka) and the Manicouagan crater, it opens the doors to a nordic universe unparalleled in Quebec. An authentic world, where only the peaceful rumours of nature reign and which offers moments of pure freedom. The Innu culture discovery workshops and the opportunity to stay in a traditional Innu campsite make the Uapishka Station a must-see for visitors eager to learn about the First Nations world. Its innovative accommodation infrastructure, the remarkable comfort of its facilities, and the reputation as the best cuisine between Baie-Comeau and Fermont, allow tourists to immerse themselves in the Innu Nitassinan, a unique ancestral territory in Quebec. Whether you are a experienced adventurer or simply curious in search of unforgettable experiences, the Uapishka universe will leave a deep imprint in your memory.

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Station Uapishka

Km 336, Route 389, TNO
Rivières-aux-Outardes, Quebec
418 296-8514 info@stationuapishka.com Visit Website

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Learn more about Station Uapishka by visiting them online:

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Station Uapishka

Km 336, Route 389, TNO
Rivières-aux-Outardes, Quebec
418 296-8514 info@stationuapishka.com Visit Website

Business Hours

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Indigenous respect for the force of winter

The best way to experience the magic of Canada’s winter is with an Indigenous guide at your side. They are intimately familiar with survival techniques that have been passed down through generations and work in close connection with the natural world.

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