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March 2019
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It does not take long for the forest to call. Sleeping with wolves at the foot of the bed?

chalet des Loups du Parc Oméga. Une halte. Mars 2019. Plume Voyage Magazine #plumevoyage @plumevoyagemagazine @plumevoyage © Françoise SPIEKERMEIER

This is possible, in the wolf chalet of the Omega Park, that is very close to the Château de Montebello.

Facing the bed, a large bay window overlooks a large enclosure to see the wolves evolve, sleep, live … to cross their yellow, mythological stare, safe and sound. Founded by a Frenchman, the Omega Park allows you to discover the animals of the boreal forest living in freedom in a park of 920 hectares … thanks to a bag of carrots bought just before rolling on the forest trail, in his car, or on a hike, among the peaceful white-tailed deer. In the park, an observatory of wolves designed by Serge Lussier, ethologist, allows you to approach the pack safely, a few meters away! The park is also a tribute to the Amerindian First Nations who were invited to make their mark through the making of sculpted totems and holding, on June 21st, the date of the Festival of the Eleven First Nations of Quebec.

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