Gatineau Park is a giant wedge of land measuring 140 square
miles (363 sq km) to the northwest of Canada's Capital Region. It
is a recreational haven for locals and visitors alike, and contains
many features of interest. The Luskville Falls are inspiring; the
Lusk Cave made of marble can be explored with a hard hat; the King
Mountain Trail has 10 observation points and takes an hour to
complete; the Mackenzie King Estate, a 231-hectare landscaped space
in the heart of the park, was the summer residence of William Lyon
Mackenzie King, Canada's 10th prime minister.
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