The Laurentians are renowned for their vast forests, mountain landscapes, and lively villages. What’s more, they feature a high concentration of natural spaces: several regional parks, two national parks, two wildlife reserves, and several special sites where the activities offered focus on the conservation of nature and its wealth.Continue Reading
Once winter arrives, the entire Laurentian region heads out to play! Plus, skating is a great way to exercise, get some air, and have fun in the winter. Whether on a lake, in a forest, in town, on an ice loop, or at night, there’s no shortage of opportunities to lace up your skates and reconnect with your inner child. Discover the skating trails and ice loops in the Laurentians:Continue Reading
Fatbike enthusiasts, you’re invited to discover the Laurentians’ exceptional landscapes! Come and make your adventure a reality in this incredible scenery and escape to the heart of nature. Discover wide-open spaces, get out for some fresh air, and spend quality time with friends or family! Here are our suggestions:Continue Reading
The Laurentians are renowned for their vast forests, mountain landscapes, and lively villages. If you’re looking for somewhere to cross-country ski and snowshoe, look no further than the Laurentians! You’re invited to discover the cross-country ski and snowshoe trails at one of the many centres and parks in the Laurentians. See the complete list of our suggestions:Continue Reading
Not sure what to do with your family or friends during spring break? The Laurentians, only 30 minutes from Montreal, are brimming with fun and action-packed activities and events for visitors both young and old: sledding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, outdoor games, downhill skiing, sleigh rides, and much more! Here are our suggestions:Continue Reading
In the Laurentians, explore the treasures and revelations of the Chemin du Terroir. The route’s 29 businesses will open the door to a world filled with culinary delicacies, sweet treats, culture, history, parks, gardens and animals. These artisans share their passions as they invite you to discover and rediscover their products.
The Chemin du Terroir is a 226-kilometre trail marked with blue signs that winds its way through rural areas in the Lower Laurentians and Argenteuil. On this trail, we suggest a route to explore throughout the four seasons on trips lasting a day or longer. Why not prolong your getaway and take the opportunity to stay in the region’s inns, hotels and resorts?
In summer, it’s time to play! In the Laurentians region, you’ll find numerous businesses where you can have fun as a family. A trip to a petting farm, a theme park or a day on the water slides will delight both young and old. While on your getaway, take the opportunity to stay in the region’s inns, hotels and resorts. Here are some family activities for spring and summer 2018: