1. Wathever Chezpas

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    The pirr Skiing is pirr and proww and piriaow but the ziplining is unpirr. By the Way Trudeau likes Nia

  2. France Latreille

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    Great fun for the family… Great course that will challenge everyone. The only downside is that there are too many “obstacles” to go through and not enough zip lines so people tend to bunch up a lot! It would be nice if there were more zip lines and less “obstacles”. We caught up quickly to the group ahead of us and things slowed down to a crawl. The jump on the air cushion was fun for the kids.

  3. Marc Albert

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    My wife and I got married at Camp Fortune in Oct 2013 and I must say that we had the most amazing day and couldn’t have asked for anything better. We held our ceremony, dinner and reception all at the main lodge and the entire planning of it from day one to the wedding day itself was truly made seamless by their amazing staff. We felt like they would have done anything in their power to make our special day the best day possible (even as far as trying to glue part of our cake topper that broke prior to the ceremony). They did an amazing job cleaning everything, taking down all our decorations at the end of the night and storing them all in one place for us to pick up the following day.The dinner buffet was absolutely amazing and we heard nothing but rave reviews from our guests. To top it all off, the beautiful Fall colors in the tress in Gatineau Park made for some amazing photos.I would recommend Camp Fortune as an excellent venue for anyone looking to get married!

  4. Ekaterina Madonova

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    Such an amazing place. I’ve skied at the very first time in my life. The instructors are awesome! So kind and friendly, they helped me with everything!

  5. Dan Cojocari

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    great runs and prices at night