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Zec de Kipawa 

May to October
12, chemin de Pénétration
Béarn (Qc), Canada
J0Z 1G0
Municipality:
Abitibi-Témiscamingue
In the heart of Témiscamingue, the Zec Kipawa has existed for over twenty years and its vast territory of 2500 square kilometers is the largest controlled zone of Quebec. You also find more than 750 lakes and rivers as well as extended still wild where you will discover the extraordinary beauty of nature. Whether you want relaxation or adventure , the vast territory offers abundant wildlife and the most attractive landscapes.

May to October
12, chemin de Pénétration
Béarn (Qc), Canada
J0Z 1G0

 
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