From the top of Mont Arthabaska (305 meters), thanks to the magnificent observation deck, admire the breathtaking view of the region. Discover the St. Lawrence Plain, the Appalachian Mountains, the bell towers of the surrounding villages and the beautiful landscape of Victoriaville and its region.
The "recycled" house was erected in 2004 as part of the television series "The Craftsmen of Global Waste". This house built entirely from recovered materials, raises awareness about overconsumption and waste. Assisted by a guide, make the amazing discovery of the different materials used during its construction.
For groups, a guide is required. He will inform you about the area and the construction of the recycled house. A stop will also be made near the sculpture "Visionnaire engagé", made in honor of Normand Maurice, recognized as the father of recovery.
- Guide service (1 to 1 1/2 hour), cost 2020 (Tx included): Travel agency: $97.75 / group - Social group: $103.50 / group
- Duration of the visit: Between 45 minutes and 1h30 (According to the availability of the group)
- Visit in english: Available on request
- Available from April to December
For more information: Joanne Côté 1 888 758-9451 #422