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Born to Let Go

Explore Québec’s spectacular landscapes and unique culture.


  • Paddling down Rivière du Diable
    Canoeing - Parc du Mont-Tremblant

    Discover landscapes that can only be seen from the river, and stop for a well-deserved picnic.

  • La Rumeur Affamée restaurant
    Gourmet pleasures - Sutton

    Delicatessen, cheese shop and bakery, La Rumeur Affamée is a local institution in the heart of Sutton. Perfect for picnics!

  • Winemaker Léon Courville
    Wine tasting - Lac-Brome

    Drink in the beauty and tranquility of the landscape, which changes with the seasons—have a picnic and discover exquisite wines.

  • Saint-Sauveur village
    Walking tour - Laurentians

    A mountainous area full of wide-open spaces just 45 minutes from Montréal, Saint-Sauveur is charming in every season.

  • Olodge boutique
    Café - Saint-Sauveur

    Shop the best technical wear when you stop for a well-earned break during your visit to Saint-Sauveur.

  • Overnight stay in a ready-to-camp tent
    Camping - Sutton

    Combine the comfort of a tent that has all the conveniences of glamping with the serenity of being surrounded by nature.

  • Montréal’s observation wheel
    Ferris wheel ride - Montréal

    La Grande Roue offers stunning views of Montréal’s Old Port from cars that are cool in summer and heated in winter.