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Cross-country skiing in Québec
You can cross-country ski close to Québec’s cities—or even in them! The national parks and holiday resorts abound in hiking and cross-country ski trails.
Québec’s regions: the Laurentides, a heavenly array of resorts and outdoor activities
A true playground awaits you north of Montréal! Summer and winter, this holiday paradise draws crowds of vacationers. Visitors come for the numerous ski hills for all levels,
Gardens, parks and flowers in Montréal, Québec City and Grand-Métis
Gardens, parks and flowers attract many to Montréal (with its famous Botanical Garden), Québec City and even the Gaspésie region, home to the splendid Reford Gardens.
Camping in Québec: tent, trailer, bike or canoe camping
Québec boasts some 750 classified campgrounds. For a change, opt for bike camping, canoe camping or a “ready-to-camp” stay!
Digital brochures: browse our publications onscreen
Virtual brochures incorporate video and can be browsed as easily as printed brochures. They’re even more interactive on the QuébecOriginal Web site.
Tourism and the disabled: an increasingly accessible Québec
Québec works to ensure that its tourist sites and accommodations are more accessible to travellers with impaired mobility.
Fall in Québec: hikes, snow geese, splendidly colourful trees
Fall in Québec is an explosion of colours and flavours: the warm hues of the forests, the ripe fruit of the vineyards and orchards, the white flight of the snow geese.
Québec’s country routes: The St. Lawrence Route
The St. Lawrence Route (Route du fleuve) takes you through the astonishing region that is Charlevoix. The birthplace of resort vacationing in Canada, a favourite among artists
Québec: A hunting and fishing paradise
A fun matching game to get to know Québec
Tourism and disabilities
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