Updated: 5 years ago - Created: July 25th, 2012
As summer wanes and days shorten, the Ottawa Valley landscape changes from brilliant greens to glorious reds and golds creating spectacular scenery.
Trace the shoreline of this prehistoric waterway up-river, as it skirts the edge of the picturesque Laurentian Mountains.
This route traces the historic Ottawa and Opeongo Road, which was established by the Canadian government in the 1850s to lure European settlers into the hinterland.
Travel up the north shore of the Ottawa River and down the south side for an interprovincial excursion.
Explore the watershed of the Bonnechere and Madawaska Rivers by travelling ‘round the Bonnechere Valley and up into the Madawaska Highlands.
This tour meanders along the backroads of the Bonnechere and Madawaska River valleys, through the heart of the Ottawa Valley.