The warm, welcoming Laurentians region, north of Montreal, is an internationally renowned cycling destination. Revel in a wide variety of gourmet pleasures and a broad array of activities, and take in the wide-open spaces, endless forests, magnificent mountains and crystal-clear lakes. Come experience the P’tit Train du Nord Linear Park, an over 232 km bike path on an old railbed between Bois-des-Filion and Mont-Laurier. Explore the Laurentians by bike.
We invite you to explore a region with exceptional landscapes. From vast spaces to lively villages and a rich, diverse four-season cultural heritage, the Laurentian region invites you to discover its new activities and attractions for the summer of 2018. A wide array of unique and amazing activities awaits you. One day won’t be enough to do everything. Give them a try!
When the winter finds you outdoors on snowy mountain summits, you can be sure that winter sports are in the limelight! Come sledding in the Laurentians, rediscover your inner child, and breathe the region’s fresh air. Take advantage of spring break to experience the Laurentians’ sledding runs:
For spring break, Laurentian ski resorts welcome you with open arms and invite you to come out and explore! The region is renowned for its vast forests, mountain landscapes and lively villages and has one of the largest concentrations of ski hills with 12 resorts. Come and enjoy the many affordable all-inclusive packages that cover meals, lessons, and skiing and sledding to your heart’s content. Here are the ski resort promotions and specials during spring break in the Laurentians:
Are you looking for something to do with your family or friends during spring break? The Laurentians region, located only 30 minutes from Montreal, abounds in activities and fun events: sledding, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing, indoor games, downhill skiing, sleigh rides and much more! There is something for everyone.
Staying in the Laurentians is a treat that you can enjoy in various ways. This winter, book unique accommodations for the school holidays for an out-of-the-ordinary experience of the region. A broad selection of eclectic accommodations is available in the region: mountain huts, treehouses, tipis, lumber camps, Hobbit houses, igloos, cabanas and shepherd’s huts, just to name a few!
That’s right! It’s already time to turn the page on 2017 and get started on 2018. During the holiday season, there are plenty of events in the Laurentians. Music and dance lovers will groove to the beat at the many festivities and experience the creativity of local and visiting artists. Foodies will also be thrilled with the many opportunities to enjoy the pleasures of the table. No matter what you do here, you’ll find joy everywhere! We offer a variety of places to celebrate New Year’s in the Laurentians:
The parks of the Laurentians are renowned as wonderful wild places to have fun and enjoy the fresh air. Laurentian parks have so much to offer: visitors can choose from a wide array of unique activities. With so many options, you may just have to toss a coin to decide what to do first!
Every month, we present you our favorites among the most beautiful pictures published in public mode with hashtag #Laurentides on Instagram. Feel free to tag your pictures when taken in our magnificent region! Here are our findings from the Laurentians on Instagram for November 2017 :
Come enjoy a vacation or getaway in a fabulous setting, surrounded by nature! The Laurentian region is renowned for its gorgeous Nordic spas, expansive parks, and top-quality establishments, not to mention its residents’ zest for life. The spectacular fall colours cover the region as far as the eye can see, and the distinct character of the landscape will take your breath away! When winter comes to the mountains, snow-covered forests, hiking trails, and ski slopes, it’s time for some snow sports! Here’s what’s new in the Laurentians for the 2017-2018 fall/winter season: