What to do?
For playing outside, the Laurentian region simply has no equal. The waltz of the seasons gives the region its rhythm and outdoors enthusiasts have an absolute embarrassment of riches when it comes to choosing what adventure to do next. In summer, watersports lead the field, with more than 9,000 lakes and rivers to choose from. In fall, a cycling tour or a long or short-distance hike might do the trick, transporting you at the same time into nature’s very heart, in all its fall glory. In winter, some exploring might be nice, this time on snowshoes or cross-country skis, giving us a chance to recall what it was like for the early pioneers as they made their way carefully through snowclad virgin forests. In spring, it’s time for all things to thaw and that also means some heady experiences for those who enjoy whitewater rafting expeditions, or perhaps the excitement of a day’s fishing. The Laurentians region is the outdoors destination « par excellence ».
Corner of Monette and Principale streets, Saint-Sauveur
Place Rosemère Shopping Center, located close to major highways, (Highway 15, Highway 640 and Labelle Boulevard) invites you to experience shopping at its finest.
February: close for the season.
Le Centre d'art La petite église is an intimate and inviting 200-seat theater that offers a multidisciplanary annual program.
340, chemin de Chertsey, Sainte-Marguerite-du-Lac-Masson
450 228-3006 | leharas.ca
Ville de Saint-Eustache
450 974-5000 | saint-eustache.ca
Parc au Fil-de-l'Eau / City Hall
1145, rue de Saint-Jovite, Mont-Tremblant
- Summer 2018: daily, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; end of season (end of August to mid-September) : 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Entry fee
Intended as a multidisciplinary equestrian center featured with a spacious performa
118, rue de la Gare, Saint-Jérôme
• 13 trails
• Vertical drop of 165 m
Next edition: September 2018