Abitibi - Temiscamingue Hiking Trails Professional Review and Guide
"The region is crossed by an invisible line which divides the drainage of the land; to one side, rainfall drains into James Bay and to the other side, into the St. Lawrence River. The terrain of the region is, however, quite flat. Hikers come to relive the adventure of a real gold rush, but mostly to take in the vast expanse of territory, huge forests and countless lakes.
This trail guide includes hiking trails at Parc National d'Aiguebelle (La Traverse, L'Escalade, Les Marmites, L'Aventurier, Les Versants, and Le Sommet), Centre Educatif Forestier du Lac Joannes, Collines Kekeko, Fort Temiscamingue National Historic Site of Canada, and Ecoparc du Grand Brule de la Morandiere."