Laurentians' Seven Wonders
The Laurentians region awaits you with its unique scenery and its many tourist attractions. Here are the seven wonders of this little corner of paradise!
1. Le P’tit Train du Nord Linear Park
The P’tit Train du Nord linear park is a path of over 232 km that follows a former railway track between Bois-des-Filion and Mont-Laurier. It’s the longest linear park in Canada offering activities in every season.
Along your route, visit the lively cities and villages, discover their many restaurants and sample some of the local cultural activities, art galleries, and boutiques with unrivalled cachet.
2. Chemin du Terroir
The Chemin du Terroir des Laurentides is a signposted trail that takes you through more than 226 km of country backroads and byways, with discoveries to make at every turn.
The Laurentians’ terroir features a wealth of agricultural tourism, but that’s not all: heritage, culture and history are also on full display as you make your way through a delightful rural decor. It’s just the right scenario for a romantic escapade, family tour or educational visit, and there’s always lots to taste along the way.
With the Chemin du Terroir des Laurentides, there’s a getaway for every season! The locals await you with open arms to help you savour and experience the Laurentians.
3. Au Pays des Merveilles
Au Pays des Merveilles is the perfect spot for a memorable family experience. Children aged 2 to 8 accompanied by their parents or grandparents will be enchanted by the family activities at this unique amusement park, including 10 exciting rides. Come meet Alice, Snow White, Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella and much more!
4. Casino de Mont-Tremblant
Enjoy a unique gaming experience at the Casino de Mont-Tremblant in an intimate atmosphere in breathtaking surroundings. Lushly green, friendly, modern and elegant, it’s the jewel in the crown of the Versant Soleil of the Tremblant Resort Centre. In the mountains, heaven and earth meet. Prepare for enchantment!
5. Ski Chantecler
The Ski Chantecler ski resort invites all lovers of winter sport to discover the beauty of the Laurentians. Located on Mont Loup-Garou in Sainte-Adèle 45 minutes from Montréal, the centre offers 17 trails, including eight that are lit for night skiing. A mountain that will please every skier and snowboarder, from the novice to the most advanced.
As a ski resort par excellence for the whole family, Ski Chantecler is definitely the best-kept secret in the Laurentians.
6. Mont-Tremblant National Park
With its six mighty rivers and 400 lakes and streams, Mont-Tremblant National Park is a veritable paradise for canoeists. A rich amalgam of the natural and historic heritage of Québec, it’s the largest and oldest park in the network. Forty species of mammals prowl its woods, including the wolf. As big as the great outdoors itself, Mont-Tremblant National Park is open year-round.
7. The Écuries du Chantecler
In the magnificent Laurentians region, in the heart of Sainte-Adèle, treat yourself to a horseback tour of the mountains surrounding Hôtel Le Chantecler at the Écuries du Chantecler. Excursions and lessons are offered year-round. Immerse yourself in the cowboy life, winter and summer, in a panoramic setting that will take your breath away.