Gatineau Park

Gatineau Park is Canada's National Capital Region’s conservation park. The largest green space in the region, the Park occupies an area of more than 361 square kilometres, and is a place of rich and unique biodiversity. It is the second-most visited park in Canada, and a destination for outdoor enthusiasts to engage in recreational activities that respect the environment. Gatineau Park’s vast territory is divided into several sectors, one of which is accessible from downtown Ottawa–Gatineau, and each of which feature various points of interest and historical places. Unlike other national parks, this park has several entry points, and some roads through it, leading to the northern and western sectors. https://ncc-ccn.gc.ca/places/gatineau-park

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Winter in the Park
This scene is of the Dunlop Picnic area adjacent to Dunlop Parking P9
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