Adventure Pipmuacan Lodge is located on the shores of the majestic Pipmuacan Reservoir in Northern Quebec. Accessible by road we can accommodate up to 22 guests in fully equipped cabins.
Activities and attractions
The Pekuakamiulnuatsh welcomes you to discover an authentic experience. Enjoy a diversity of activities, entertainment and Indian ecotourism. We also offer unique cultural activities, such as guided tours, musueum, patrimonial interpretation site and for the outdoor enthusiast guided outdoor and down river excursions in the forest. Come, live an adventure and much more.
Discover Native culture through a variety of authentic and spiritual activities. In rhythm of the seasons, experience the life style of the Pekuakamiulnuatsh in a peaceful, beautiful, natural surrounding. Visitors can sleep in a teepee or prospector tent. A wide range of packages offered for students, professionals and touristic.
In addition to offering all the services of a Tourism Office, the Carrefour d'accueil Ilnu offers an innovative art and architecture discovery circuit. The concept represents the five seasons of the Ilnuash and allows a great introduction to the Aboriginal culture.
Craft shop offering unique pieces made ??locally. You have the occasion to deal directly with the craftsman and even buy your manufacturing equipment to craft you own pieces. An animation in backroom teaches you how Ilnuatsh entertained themselves, a collection of vintage games and toys vintage are presented and explained by the artist.
One of the finest and largest gatherings of First Nations in Quebec. You will find dance powwow, renowned entertainment, traditional sports competitions, traditional communal meal, sale and craft show, art demonstrations, cooking games and more.
Directly from the Teuehikan (drum) Mashk Collection, you can purchase clothing and accessories made with leather, a traditional and contemporary inspiration that represents an echo of the past, present and future. You'll find reproduced ancestral arts and crafts fabricated by the First Nations of Quebec.
Visit the permanent exhibition "Spirit of the Pekuakamiulnu u Mamihtunelitamun", fascinating temporary exhibits and the discovery room that gives you the opportunity to interact in the universe of the Ilnu nation.
It is with great pride that Pekuakamiulnuatsh Takuhikan invites the public to celebrate National Aboriginal Day on June 21, on the Uashassihtsh site.
In our boutique, we offer Indian arts workshops, stained glass classes, fabrication and sale of works of art. A boutique that brings together local artists, that create their unique works of art with passion and originality, all objects are made by hand.
The Parc Sacré is a non-profit community organization, it was created in 2001. Our mission is to promote over-all health by use of medicinal plants, also to protect, safeguard and transmit ancestral knowledge and know-how.
René Robertson Fourrures p.n specializes in the transformation of furs and leathers. Clothes designed by René Robertson Fourrures p.n. are entirely made with natural canadian fur. The company uses different pelts : beaver, mink, muskrat, coyote and fox. Their boutique offers an impressive range of coats and local crafts. The company also makes Sherpa vests, mittens and hats.
Thomas Simeon is a recognized artist exhibiting works in museums and art galleries throughout Quebec and Europe. Established since 1984, the gallery exhibits unique and diverse work of arts including silkscreen prints, sculptures and embossments on different local stone.
The site Uashassihtsh evokes the summer meetings on the shores of Pekuakami in the 1910-1930 era. In an atmosphere of relaxation and joy, we love to share cultural knowledges and tell stories.
On this world class 256 km (159 mi) fully paved bike path, your cycling experience around Lake St-Jean will be unforgettable. Whether you are travelling alone, with your family, as a group, or with friends, you will enjoy riding through more than 15 cities, including the Mashteuiatsh Montagnais Native community.