The Laurentians’ Chemin du Terroir is sublime in fall! More than 226 kilometres of signposted trails criss-cross a rural landscape with a thousand hidden treasures. Agritourism may take centre stage, but our local culture, heritage, and history are also celebrated and presented in perfect settings for a romantic, family, educational, or (of course) culinary getaway. Our locals await with open arms to help you experience the Laurentians and taste its culinary treasures.Continue Reading
The Laurentians have no shortage of great restaurants to curb your hunger. From classic bistros to traditional sugar shacks, lively pubs to haute cuisine, there’s something for everyone. No matter the style of cuisine, the region’s producers take pride in creating delicious menus that highlight local ingredients. But these delicacies aren’t just found in well-known establishments. You can also enjoy locally inspired dishes off the beaten track. Amidst a rustic décor or a nestled inside a historic home, the region’s restaurants marry food with style for an exceptional culinary experience.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?