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Picanoc River

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Location type: River
Location address: Canada
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Picanoc River (pikanak or pakânâk) is small river in the Outaouais region of Quebec, Canada. It is 95 kilometer long class/grade II river, with some sections gaining class/grade III difficulty (rating based upon the International Scale of River Difficulty). Its headwaters originate north of Lac Dumont in Pontiac County. The Picanoc then widens forming Lac à la Loutre (Otter Lake) and continues to flow into Gatineau River at Wright (Gracefield municipality). It is part of Saint Lawrence River/Gulf of Saint Lawrence watershed.

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