ZEC Frémont

The ZEC Frémont is a controlled exploitation zone (ZEC) entirely in a forest zone on public territory in the territory of La Tuque Region, in Mauricie, in Quebec. ZEC Frémont was incorporated in 1978.

This ZEC borders the ZEC Wessonneau to the south, as well as the territories of the Lac Oscar outfitter and the Némiskau outfitter to the east. It lies west of the Saint-Maurice river and southwest of the town of La Tuque. The main reception station of the ZEC Frémont is located on the forest road R0-450, on the east side of Lake Vance.

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The ZEC Frémont is a territory for recreational and tourism activities of 601 km2 (232 sq mi) on the western slope of the valley of the Saint-Maurice river. In this ZEC, there are 250 lakes, 85 of which are used for recreational fishing and two rivers which are also used for fishing. This ZEC is crossed by the rivière Flamand West and by the stream West (ruisseau Ouest).

The users of the territories can do several recreotourism type activities: berry picking, canoeing, kayaking, camping, snowshoeing, hunting & fishing, mountain biking, snowmobiling, and water activities (swimming). ATV enthusiasts have access hundreds of kilometres by several forest roads.

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