Ride in the forest by quad or by snowmobile; you’ll find a range of services offered. Welcome in Wemotaci, a native community whose name means “the mountain where we observe". Located at about 1.5 hours from downtown La Tuque, Wemotaci is the nearest Amerindian community. The adventurers and outdoor lovers will find restore and supply points. On this exceptional site, a traditional pow-pow takes place every year in September, for which the community is famous.
Few moments of history... about Sanmaur, a former village near Wemotaci.
Publication L'Écho de La Tuque and blog on Sanmaur
Contemplate the purest state of nature in Opitciwan. At the north end of Haute-Mauricie, on the edge of Gouin Reservoir, you’ll find the most populous native community of the area. Over 1700 permanent residents stay in the village whose name means “where the stream turns back". The majority of the inhabitants are hunters and fishers of high expertise. They also rely on forest industry.