Gourmet delights and cultural attractions await you along the Chemin du Terroir in the Laurentides region.

There’s a lot more to agritourism than stopping along a country road to buy fruits and vegetables. You’ll also meet artisans and producers who have a passion for what they do. The Chemin du Terroir showcases the region’s culture, heritage and history.

Check out the official website for the complete route.

226 km

Here is a segment of the Chemin du Terroir in the Lower Laurentides. This tour is best done by car, to hold all the food items you’re sure to pick up along the way.



Day 1


Moulin Légaré

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Designated a National Historic Site of Canada, Moulin Légaré was built in the 18th century and is the oldest water-powered mill still operating in North America. Be sure to stock up on freshly ground flour after the tour.

Rivière du Chêne Winery

There are few wineries north of Montréal, but the Rivière du Chêne Winery is one of Québec's largest vineyards. It offers guided tours, wine tastings, gourmet events, picnics and a grape harvesting day.

Day 2

Saint-Eustache, Mirabel

La Magie de la Pomme, Bistro La Dent Sucrée

Come meet a princess in her magic castle at La Magie de la Pomme! In addition to kids’ activities and a petting zoo, the site features a bistro and U-pick apples, pumpkins and squash in the fall.

Intermiel - The world of bees

Intermiel explains beekeeping to children and adults—equipped with protective clothing, of course—and shows them the bees at work in their hives. Be sure to visit the meadery, the distillery and the maple interpretation centre.

Day 3


Les Vergers Lafrance cider house

At Les Vergers Lafrance, apples are featured in their many forms, from pastries to ice cider and spirits, because in addition to its kitchen and cider house, the Lafrance family operates a microdistillery. The tastings are very popular!

Centre d’interprétation de la courge

Open during gourd season, the Centre d'interprétation de la courge is a great spot to pick your own squash and pumpkins and learn how to cook them.

Day 4

Mirabel, Saint-André-d’Argenteuil

Route des Gerbes d’Angelica

For garden enthusiasts, cultivating 14 gardens is a cinch! Visit Route des Gerbes D’Angelica’s themed, multi-sensory gardens to the lovely sound of music. Families can enjoy spacious playgrounds and a picnic.

Musée régional d’Argenteuil

The Chemin du Terroir leads to the Musée régional d’Argenteuil on the banks of the river separating the Laurentides and Outaouais regions. It is part of the Carillon Barracks National Historic Site, which focuses on the region’s military history.

Set out to the Chemin du Terroir

Visit the official website of the Chemin du Terroir to fully savour this journey dotted by artisans and agricultural producers. Yum!