Attractions & Tours

By the beginning of the 20th century, there were hundreds of covered bridges all across Quebec. Today the province numbers just over ninety, some built as late as the 1950s.
A number of railway companies built lines in the Laurentians during the railway boom of the second half of the nineteenth century. In time, two companies would serve the region -- Canadian Pacific, and, to a lesser extent, Canadian National.
Located at the edge of the lower Laurentians on the picturesque Rivière du Nord, Saint-Jérôme is often called the “Capital of the Laurentians
The Aerobic Corridor (“Corridor Aerobique”) is the Laurentians’ second longest linear park. At nearly 60 km in length, it connects Morin Heights in the south to Saint-Rémi-d'Amherst in the north.
Intro Peace between the Iroquois and New France cleared the way for the colony’s westward growth.
This heritage trail leads to historic settlements and pioneer landmarks between the Ottawa River and the Laurentian highlands.