Air Mont-Laurier and its outfitting facilities have quite a past history and its unfolding gave rise to all sorts of situations, which could very well inspire our President, Norman Ouellette, when he sits down to write his memoirs of 36 adventure-thrilling years.

In truth, Norman Ouellette became a bush pilot not because of his enduring passion for planes, but rather as a means to provide an opportunity for outdoor buffs to experience memorable moments. Hum…amazing don't you think! Seaplanes make it possible to fly people to unusual wide open spaces… why so unusual? Well, there are no roads.

Choosing the right territory was therefore of prime importance. The first to be selected and developed in 1976 was Tibériade Outfitter. Divided by the Némikachi River, the terrain is exceedingly rough and an exceptional moose reserve. Natural passes are the only migration routes and it is a known fact, that hunting in Tibériade sub-territories provides great thrills. A natural lake system allows pike and walleye fishing expeditions in untrammelled nature, where one can enjoy an unscheduled life.

Nine fully-equipped cottages guarantee that our customers have comfortable lodging which will meet their expectations. A trail network leads to neighbouring lakes where tree stands have been built in strategic places. Watercrafts are available for hunters and fishermen where necessary.

Tibériade Outfitter! It's reliving the olden days of fifty years ago.

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