Canadian moose hunting
At Baera Forest, moose hunting groups can access a territory of up to 24 km2 at the Laurentians and the Outaouais regions borders in Quebec, Canada. Hunting quotas are regularly revised to ensure sound management of the Canadian moose population, known for its majestic antlers.
When the season permits, visitors may combine moose hunting with whitetail deer, small game hunting and trout fishing.
Requirements for hunters
Hunters must conform to the Baera Forest rules for moose hunting.
When is moose hunting season at Baera Forest?
We have special dates and start our riffle season earlier than the zone regulation from Mid-September to Mid-October
Do I need a license?
Yes, you need to procure a hunting license before your hunting trip to Baera Forest.
- Minimum of 2 hunters (2 permits for one moose)
- Maximum of 5 hunters (5 permits one moose)
Off-grid cottages and cabins
Choose one of our three cosy cottages available for moose hunting at Baera Forest.
- Le Ruisseau Cabin (lodges up to 6 people) on the edge of Murphy Creek
- Le Héron Cottage (lodges up to 11 people) on the edge of Berneuil Lake
- Le Grand Pin Cottage (lodges up to 6 people) on the edge of Berneuil Lake
- Free for children 11 and under
- Adults and children aged 12 to 15: see the reservation calendar (price per person per night)
- Minimum of 5 nights
- Provincial license not included