Synonyms for lac_croche or Related words with lac_croche

sainte_françoise              saulnières              marigné              bourdainville              urçay              grignoncourt              ollières              portneuf_école              capitale_nationale_charlevoix              saint_zénon              saguay              squatec              haute_côte_nord              lac_matapédia              velluire              abitibi_témiscamingue_abitibi              palmarolle              luceville              villarlod              mainsat              rémigny              lupersat              vions              baignarde              molompize              territoire_équivalent              clsc_chsld              trois_rivières_ouest              lorrainville              mouroux              bouclans              bazegney              seillonnaz              baillé              boëge              pontarion              parnac              chériennes              sainte_marthe_sur              regnévelle              jonzieux              lac_masketsi              municipality_montérégie_vaudreuil              punerot              bellaffaire              vaubexy              villarsel              domagné              sérigné              la_tuque_urban_agglomeration             

Examples of "lac_croche"
The church, rectory and cemetery, located on the dominant hill of the village are a historical heritage of great interest. The Parc St-Jean-Optimist, located in the Lac Croche is a public site for summertime leisure (swimming, docks, picnic tables ...). The Lawrence Naud promenade, located near the Lac Croche, is an ideal site to view the lake.
The outdoor users will appreciate especially the wild beauty of Merisier (Cherry Lake), "lac Croche", "lac Vert" (Green Lake) or Gauthier River.
The name "Lac Croche" was officially registered on December 5, 1968, at the Bank of place names of the Commission de toponymie du Québec
Bank of place names of Commission de toponymie du Québec (Geographical Names Board of Quebec) has 293 names using the term "Croche". In the nineteenth Century, the term "Croche" has been widely adopted for naming rivers, lakes, streams and roads, during the exploration and colonization of the territories. In Quebec, a large number of homonyms "Lac Croche" create some confusion. As a result, many names "Lac Croche" are gradually replaced by more distinctive names.
Fueled mainly by the Croche River (La Tuque) coming from northeast, Batiscan lake drains into the Lightning River which joins to the west, the Batiscan River. The Croche River (La Tuque) is powered by the Lac Croche.
Lac Croche served including for the floating logs headed to sawmill of Theophile Magnan and his son Napoleon Magnan, built at the mouth of Lake Croche, near the dam.
Lac-Croche is an unorganized territory in the Capitale-Nationale region of Quebec, Canada, in the north of La Jacques-Cartier Regional County Municipality, taking up more than 50% of this regional county. It is unpopulated and undeveloped, almost entirely part of the Laurentides Wildlife Reserve.
The Moïse river is located in the Laurentides Wildlife Reserve in Upper Batiscanie in the administrative area of the Capitale-Nationale, about northwest of Quebec City. Moïse River is part of unorganized territory of Lac-Croche in Regional County Municipality (RCM) of Jacques-Cartier. The watershed of the Moïse river is , the fourth largest pool of Batiscanie.
• Discharge of Lake-aux-Chicots (in Sainte-Thècle) which receives the waters of the "rivière en coeur" (river in heart) at the site of the former sawmill of Clement Saint-Amand. The head of this small river is the "Lac en coeur" (lake in heart) which flows successively in "Lac des tounnes" and "Lac Croche" (crooked lake).
The Batiscan Lake is located in Upper Batiscanie and is the limit of unorganized territories of Lac-Blanc (White Lake) and Lac-Croche. This territory is related to the La Jacques-Cartier Regional County Municipality, in the administrative region of the Capitale-Nationale, in the province of Quebec, Canada.
The largest lakes are: Lake Onatchiway (west), Little Lake Onatchiway (west), Rouvray (north), Lake au Poivre (center), Bergeron (east) and Beausejour (center). Among the accessible recreative fishing lakes, there are lakes: Clair, Lessard, Pétamban, des Nymphes, Saint-Martin, McNaughton, Coghill, 1st Lake Price, 2nd Price Lake, du Castor (Beaver), Craig, Petit Lac Croche, Bob, Grand Lake Croche, Little Lake Culotte and Ponds Fortin.
The "Lac en Coeur" (Heart Lake) at northwest of the hamlet of Hervey-Jonction is the head lake of the "Rivière en Coeur" (Heart river) that descends to the south through the "Lac des Tounes" (Lake of Tunes) (with a length of 0,2 km). Lake outlet of "Lac des tounes" (called "Heart River") flows from the north into the "Lac Croche".
The original nucleus of the town of Sainte-Thècle was built around the lake. The village began to grow on the strip of land between the "Lac des Chicots” and Croche Lake (Sainte-Thècle) (lac Croche in French). At the beginning of the colonization of Sainte-Thècle, the role of "Lac des Chicots” was especially important for transport, fishing, drinking water through nearby sources, agriculture...
In addition, the Bank of place names of Quebec includes five "Croche rivers", a small Croche river and a small North Croche, as well as "rivière crochue" (Croche River). Seven "Croche Rivers" or "Crooked rivers" received or taken other names such as "Lecompte river", Auriac river, "du Gouffre Sud-Ouest" and Camitogama. The "Croche" term is present in the names of three populated places in Quebec: Lac-Croche, Quebec in Matawinie, La Croche, "Rivière Croche" (Croche River) in Mauricie
Batiscan Lake is the second head of the Batiscan river. This elongated lake which is located in the MRC de La Jacques-Cartier (the unorganized territory of Lac-Croche). Batiscan lake is especially fed by Croche River, lies outside the southwestern boundary of the Laurentian Wildlife Reserve. This lake discharges into the "Rivière aux éclairs" (Lightning River), which runs westward for 15 km before flowing into the Batiscan river.
Croche Lake in Sainte-Thècle is part of a series of lakes in lines in the north-south axis between Hervey-Jonction and Saint-Tite: lac en coeur (Heart Lake), lac des tounes, Croche Lake, lac-aux-chicots (snags lake), lac à la peinture (painting lake), lac Trottier, lac à la perchaude (perch lake) and former lake Kapibouska (formed by a widening of the Rivière des Envies). Due to a geological fracture of bark land, Lac-aux-chicots et lac Croche are located at the foot of a long cliff more or less regular (located on the east side of the chain of lakes).
Saint-Donat is often frequented by tourists in the winter. Its main attraction is snowmobiling, but other winter sports, such as skiing, can be enjoyed there as well. Its mountains, lakes, and pleasant weather attract many tourists in the summer season. Many people who vacation in Saint-Donat during the summer enjoy swimming or boating on its two large lakes, Lac Archambault and (Lac) Lake Ouareau. Saint-Donat is the only village in the Laurentiens that has two side-by-side lakes of the size of Archambault and Ouareau. Saint-Donat also contains many other smaller lakes such as Lac Baribeau, Lac Pembina, Lac Croche, and others.
Around 1921, Jeffrey Veillet bought the Hotel Boutet, opposite of Sainte-Thècle church, that he turned into the general store. This building became the headquarters of forestry operations. The Hotel Boutet was built around 1902 or 1903 by François Boutet, just at the beginning of the work of building the church. It has been in operation during twenty years. After the acquisition of the building, Jeffrey Veillet transformed the second floor in a private residence, coupled with a general store on the ground floor. The store sold almost all the needs of residents, farmers and loggers: groceries, dry goods, fabrics by the yard, clothing, dresses, ironwork, molded feed, seed, shingles, sheet, gasoline (Imperial petroleum) oil, coal ... The store occupied the entire front of the building. Back, a cooler storing the ice cut on the Lac Croche in the coldest of winter, was used until about 1935 to 1936, for the needs of families Veillet and Moisan (next house).
"Lac des Chicots" is part of a series of onlines in the North-East axis to the South West on 13.4 kilometers between the mouth of the "Lac en Coeur" (Heart Lake), at the north of Hervey-Jonction, Quebec village and the city of Saint-Tite: Lac en Coeur (Heart Lake), "Lac des tounes", Lac Croche, lac des Chicots, Bourdais lake, "Lac à la peinture" (Painting lake), "Lac Rose" (Rose Lake), Trottier lake, "Lac à la Perchaude" (Perch Lake) and former Kapibouska Lake (formed by a bulge in the Rivière des Envies) in the city of Saint-Tite. Between the south-western end of “Lac des Chicots”, and the limit of Saint-Tite, we count 13 lots on 2.2 km.
This outfitter territory is part of the biodiversity reserve of the territory of Triton, which covers an area of . It is located about (in direct line) northeast of La Tuque downtown. The larger reserve is part of the territory of La Tuque in the administrative region of Mauricie, and in part on the unorganized territory of Lac-Croche, Quebec, the La Jacques-Cartier Regional County Municipality of the Capitale-Nationale administrative region. The coordinates of this reserve, located in the natural province of Laurentian mountains, are between 47° 28' and 47° 43' north latitude and 71° 50' and 72° 15' west longitude. This area includes the area of "Lake of Three Caribous" and "Lake Brûlé".