Laurentian Tourist routes
Road signage on the various tourist circuits is part of an overall signage program acting as a guide to motorists using main highways to get to secondary roads that have places of interest. These roads and accompanying signage help tourists discover picturesque landscapes as well as various activities and attractions that are well worth a detour.
There are two such circuits in the Laurentian tourist region, the Chemin du Terroir with its 226 km of thematic agri-tourism possibilities, and the brand new Route des Belles-Histoires, with some 284 km of local culture and history. We invite you to discover them both…
Le Chemin du Terroir
The Chemin du Terroir, inaugurated in October 2010, is a signposted trail that takes you through more than 226 kilometres of country backroads and byways, with discoveries to make at every turn.
La Route des Belles-Histoires
Running over 284 km from Saint-Jérôme to Mont-Laurier, following Route 117 and the “P’tit Train du Nord” linear park, you’ll track along one of the routes used by the early settlers.