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Free shuttles for Fall Rhapsody in Gatineau Park!

  • All Saturdays and Sundays in October
  • Monday october 14
  • At Gatineau Park

Enjoy the Fall Rhapsody in Gatineau Park… by bus! On the busiest days in the fall, a free shuttle service is offered by the National Capital Commission to make access easier to the most visited sites in Gatineau Park.

Stop looking for parking.
Make the most of your outing!

Red route: From downtown Ottawa and Gatineau to Gatineau Park

In red on the map

Look for the signs with the Fall Rhapsody colours

              Four stops in the downtown areas:

  1. Ottawa (in front of the Suprem Court on Vittoria)

  2. Laurier corner des Allumettières (between Élisabeth-Bruyère and des Allumettières)
  3. Robert Guertin Centre Park-and-Ride (at the corner of St-Rédempteur and Allard)
  4. Montcalm station in the Rapibus corridor (at the local platform # 3 on Montcalm)

    Nine stops in the Park:
  5. South entrance (P3)
  6. Pink
  7. Mackenzie-King Estate
  8. Waterfall
  9. Lauriault
  10. King Mountain
  11. Bourgeois
  12. Étienne-Brûlé
  13. Champlain

Schedule and frequency:

  • Departures from Ottawa between 9 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. (in front of the Suprem Court on Vittoria)
    Runs approximately every 20 to 30 minutes
  • Departures from Gatineau between 9:05 a.m. and 1:05 p.m
    Runs approximately every 30 to 40 minutes
  • Last trip from the Champlain Lookout (in Ottawa/Gatineau direction) leaves at 4 p.m.

Yellow route: Between Camp Fortune and the Champlain Lookout

In yellow on the map

Look for the signs with the Fall Rhapsody colours

Nine stops in the Park:

       15. Camp Fortune
       14. Keogan
       12. Étienne-Brulé
       13. Champlain

Schedule and frequency:

  • Departures from Camp Fortune between 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Runs approximately every 15-20 minutes
  • Last trip from the Champlain Lookout to the Camp Fortune leaves at 3:50 p.m.

Route of the shuttles

See the map below or download it to see the stops and the two shuttle routes: 

Paratransit

Paratransit is also an option for seeing the event. If you are already eligible, simply reserve your occasional transportation as usual.

Trips heading to the Mackenzie King Estate and the Champlain Lookout – universal access, on the Saturdays and Sundays on the dates mentioned above, are offered for free from downtown Gatineau/Ottawa depending on vehicle availability. 

Accessible shuttles

Trips heading to the Mackenzie King Estate and the Champlain Lookout – universal access, on the Saturdays and Sundays on the dates mentioned above, are offered for free from downtown Gatineau/Ottawa depending on vehicle availability.

Only guide dogs and service dogs are allowed on the buses.

The Fall Rhapsody shuttle is an initiative of the National Capital Commission, in collaboration with the Société de transport de l'Outaouais and Camp Fortune.

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