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Hiking in Québec: a trail for every taste
Over 6,000 km (3,700 mi.) of trails of various lengths wind through Québec, including the International Appalachian Trail.
Québec’s regions: Gaspésie, Percé, Île Bonaventure, Forillon and the Chic-Chocs
Breathtaking panoramas, splendid views at every turn and tasty maritime cuisine—the Gaspésie offers you all this and more.
Québec’s geography: 2,000 km (1,242 mi.) from taiga to tundra
Québec in a nutshell: geography, climate, history, culture, heritage and culinary traditions
Québec’s geography and climate: surface area, topography, climate
Québec’s geography and climate: its surface area, its location in North America, its topography, average temperatures
Family holidays: outdoor activities, water sports, winter fun
Winter in Québec: skis, snowmobiles, snowshoes, dogsleds
In winter, everything is an excuse for making merry in the great outdoors: skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, dogsledding, ice fishing, skating, sliding and carnivals.
Downhill skiing in Québec
With an average of 3 metres (10 ft.) of snow every season, almost 90 stations, night skiing unlike anywhere else in North America and the feeling of a never-ending celebration…
Skiing in the Laurentides, Québec City, Charlevoix, Eastern Townships
Québec’s many ski resorts offer exceptional skiing, with world-class slopes (Tremblant, Le Massif, Mont-Sainte-Anne) and unbeatable night skiing!
Snowboarding in Québec
Popular regions for snowboarding, the Laurentides, Québec City, Charlevoix and Eastern Townships regularly host World Cup championships.
Getting to Québec by air, train, bus, automobile
Flights from Québec go all over the Americas, Europe and Asia, while neighbouring provinces and states are connected by road and rail networks.
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