In 2019, various artists gathered for the "Symposium d'art in situ - l'énergie de la lièvre", where they created numerous statues and pieces of art that you can still enjoy in numerous location inside the village.
A paradise for nautical activities, an ideal family destination, a dream location for a walk through the historic heart of log driving – Pointe-Opémican sector offers a compendium of pleasures in an enchanting setting for young and old alike. There’s a campground, near Lac Témiscamingue and its sandy shores, featuring about 60 sites under the tall pines.
During the summer season, the resort offers several activities: hiking with chair lift, mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding and swimming. In winter, you can enjoy 26 downhill ski slopes and 20 kilometers of cross-country ski trails.
A natural trail, where you imerge yourself in the Haut-Saint-François wilderness, with sheds spread throughout. Each development is positioned on selected sites to admire the most beautiful landscapes of the region. Let yourself be guided throughout the territory, where each shed tells a unique story, while letting yourself be carried by the beauty of the valleys and rivers.
During the summer, a water park, a skate park and a hiking trail are all available. During the winter, the site offers a snowshoeing trail, cross-country skiing, an ice trail and an outdoor skating rink.
Located close to the sea, the trails of the Baie des Capucins recreational tourism site will please you, no matter the season! Whether you want to jog in the morning or simply stretch out, you will be seduced by the tranquility, uniqueness and beauty of the place.
At 875 metres tall, Mount Hereford is the third highest mountain in the Eastern Townships. From the summit, you can enjoy a breathtaking 360° view resplendent with mountains, lakes, and the American valley below. The mountain offers 16 km of hiking trails.
Right next to the quay, the Ste-Lawrence space offers the most beautiful 360° view of the bay, the mountains, Isle-aux-Coudres and the kitesurfers who brave the waves. Inside the pavilion, the exhibition and interpretation panels take visitors on a discovery of this majestic river that fascinates tourists and locals alike.
The library includes a permanent exhibition paying tribute to the works of the internationally renowned painter René Richard. A real place for the transmission of knowledge, it cohabits with the Centre régional d’archives de Charlevoix.
9, rue Forget Baie-Saint-Paul
Baie-St-Paul QC G3Z 1T4
You will discover a multitude of historical attractions and lots of activities such as cycling and traditional festivals. From hunting in the fall to the spring sugar shacks and beautiful snow-lined snowmobile trails, each season brings its own fun here.
Over 5 km of cycle path that begins at the limit of Rang du Lac-aux-Grelots, crosses the municipality and follows the Rivière Le Bras. You will meet lovers of walking, cycling and inline skating. A safe way to get fresh air with your family!
Whether you are interested in small invertebrates, large whales, the numerous currents or the lives of people who have lived intimately with this environment, you will be seduced by the magnificence of this unique park. Many sites have been developed to observe the marine park from the shores.
The Centre de découverte Zoom Nature Desjardins is an interpretive center dedicated to the fauna and flora of Quebec, as well as the knowledge of natural environments. Its mission is above all educational : to encourage the protection and improvement of the environment.
Built in 1930, the Chateau Montebello was once a private club. The building was transformed into a hotel after being bought by Canadian Pacific in 1970. To this date it is the largest circular log structure and it is the pride of Montebello’s citizens.
The stone used for the construction is extracted from the surrounding lands, while the stone of the decorative parts comes from a Sainte-Anne quarry. The interior has only been finished in 1902, when the Fabrique obtains a loan of 6000 $ to realize the project.
261, rue Saint-Jean-Baptiste
L'Anse-Saint-Jean QC G0V 1N0
Closed in low season
Located 10 km east of Mont-Joli, the Reford Gardens are a must on the holiday route. Built from 1926 to 1958 by the forward-thinking horticulturist Elsie Reford, these gardens are one of Canada’s national historic sites. Some 3000 species and plant varieties, including the famous Himalayan blue poppy, are spread out over 15 gardens.
Lac Saint-Pierre is a major component of the St. Laurent Lowlands and over 90% of the land has remained untouched. Its fertile wetlands have made it a vital stopping-off point for migratory birds and over 280 species of birds have been observed here.
A collection started in 1929 by the Stanstead historical society, this museum's collection is stored in a classic revival style villa built in 1859 by the Colby family. To visit, please book on their website.
On the superb beach of Saint-Siméon facing the large river, a good number of camping spaces are reserved for VR and tents. You can spend an unforgettable vacation in peace and quiet while enjoying several outdoor activities such as swimming, sea kayaking, excursions on the river, etc.
Founded in 1872, Stanstead College is an internationally recognized high school private high school that welcomes youth from around the world. It is possible to visit with a guide during the summer, between 10 am and 15 pm, on weekdays, by appointment.
Ura will immerse you in an adventure where the power of water will take on a new meaning. In Chandler, on the shores of Bourg de Pabos, Lamia invites you on the water path. This mysterious woman will give you the keys of eight stations placed here and there, along your way.
Never again, you will see the water in the same way.
Discover the Gaspé Peninsula’s gourmet delights! Eager to share their passion and know-how with you, the craft producers and processors along this route will welcome you in their establishments to show you what they do, how they live and the variety of high-quality products they offer.
The Albatros trail is a national mountain trail that start in Val-des-Bois and ends up at Echo lake, in the Papineau-Labelle natural reserve. The hiking trail is an interesting challenge for nature lovers that want to brave 19.5 km of pure forest.
Open all year long, except during the White-tailed deer hunting season.