In the region of James Bay, the 49th to the 52nd parallel, vegetation zone is the boreal forest. It is the black spruce that dominates the territory. At the top of the Rupert River black spruce is Queen, partnering with other species, such as Aspen and birch, or with pine and larch.
This River is considered the traditional route between Bay and inland areas. Historically, Cree canoeists borrowed it for the fur trade. It was in 1974 that athletes interested in the challenge that represents the descent of his turbulent flows.
On the North Shore, is the cascades Rupert. An interpretive trail leads you to the foot of the rapids. It is the ideal place for a picnic. Can fish the lake trout and whitefish. In the Rupert River, there is also a water ramp and rustic camping.