Built by Swiss-born mountain guides using stone from the surrounding mountains in 1922, the rustic hut is your home for the night.
Abbot Pass Refuge Cabin National Historic Site is administered by Parks Canada and operated by the Alpine Club of Canada.
This list uses names designated by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, which may differ from other names for these sites.
Four large steel hangars at CFB Bagotville which, during the Cold War, housed fighter aircraft intended to counter surprise attacks by Soviet bombers; played a strategic role in the air defence of Canada A well-preserved example of a Canadian company town illustrating 25 years' worth of urban planning concepts, including the City Beautiful and Garden city movements; symbolic of the growth and development of the country’s aluminum industry The American army occupying Montreal established a post here to protect its western flank; a small detachment of the 8th Regiment of Foot, reinforced by allied Aboriginals, laid siege to the outpost and the Americans capitulated A force consisting of about 1,630 French Canadian regulars and militia and Mohawk warriors under Charles de Salaberry repulsed an American force of about 4,000 attempting to invade Lower Canada during the War of 1812A naval battle fought during the Seven Years' War on the Restigouche River between the British and the French; the last naval battle of the war in North American waters, and the French loss hastened the fall of New France The remains of a canal and associated military fortifications; one of the oldest lock canals in North America, and the site of a British military post built following the American Revolutionary War and that served a strategic role during the War of 1812The large, three-storey stone house of Charles de Salaberry, located in front of the Chambly Rapids; representative of the style of country homes common in the Montreal region in the early 19th century Discovered in 1994, an archaeological site containing the remains of mid-15th century village of a group now identified as the St.
It was formed from the merger in 1965 of Fort-Chambly (formerly Chambly-Canton prior to 1952) and the old city of Chambly (formerly Chambly-Bassin prior to 1952, and earlier sometimes called Bassin-de-Chambly). Descendants of European immigrants have lived in Chambly since the 17th century, but Chambly was not incorporated as a city until 1965.
Samuel de Champlain passed through the area that came to be the site of the town of Chambly, QC, in 1609., when he wrote the following in his journal: The approach to the rapids is a sort of lake into which the water flows down, and it is about three leagues in circumference.
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Rugged Canadian Rocky Mountains, brilliant white glaciers and a lone rocky hut.
It’s a daunting route past pristine lakes and up treacherous scree slopes or a technical mountaineering route with glacier travel, but a visit to the Abbot Pass Alpine Hut is a must for mountaineers and a triumph for hikers.
Chambly is home to the massive Fort Chambly, built with local stone between 17 in the style of Vauban's classic French fortifications.
It was built at the mouth of a large basin, on the site of successive wooden forts dating back to 1665.