Undiscovered Destination

Must-see attractions

Summer or winter, our wide open spaces are a magnificent playground for anyone who enjoys adventures big or small. Don’t miss a beat—follow our guide!

Must-see attractions

The Lanaudière region

25 min from Montréal
45 min from Trois-Rivières
2h from Québec

The Foothills

55 min from Montreal
1 h 05 min from Trois-Rivières
2 h 05 min from Quebec

Les Moulins

25 min from Montreal
1 h 20 min from Trois-Rivières
2 h 20 min from Quebec

The Grande Côte

20 min from Montreal
50 min from Trois-Rivières
1 h 50 min from Quebec

The Plain

40 min from Montreal
55 min from Trois-Rivières
1 h 55 min from Quebec

The Mountains

1 h 15 min from Montreal
1 h 30 min from Trois-Rivières
2 h 30 min from Quebec
MANAWAN LAC TAUREAU SAINT-DONAT SAINT-CÔME LAC MASKINONGÉ RAWDON JOLIETTE L'ASSOMPTION BERTHIER ET SES ÎLES REPENTIGNY VIEUX-TERREBONNE SAINT-JEAN-DE-MATHA QUÉBEC TROIS- RIVIÈRES MONTRÉAL
Located almost on Montreal’s doorstep, Lanaudière is a place of a thousand and one faces, a colourful region where you can enjoy every all kinds of interesting and lively activities. Our region’s wide-open spaces, virgin forests and wilderness areas, 10,000 lakes and rivers, waterfalls, plains, mountains and numerous beaches all make it a perfect outdoor paradise!
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The Foothills

Situated between the plains and the mountains, the scenic foothills are the perfect place for overnighting in unique accommodations. From Saint-Calixte to Lac Maskinongé, passing through Rawdon and Saint-Jean-de-Matha, enjoy adventures ranging from soft to extreme. Skate on frozen lakes. Go skiing, sledding or snowshoeing. Try snowmobiling or dogsledding. Then unwind at a spa!
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Les Moulins

Set beside the Mille Îles River, Vieux-Terrebonne is a wonderfully atmospheric place with lively bistros and lots of cultural activities. Feeling energetic? Skaters will love the ice rink on the old locks of Île-des-Moulins and the frozen pond in Parc du Grand-Coteau. There are also plenty of hills for fans of sledding, and trails of all kinds for cross-country skiers and snowshoers.
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The Grande Côte

From Repentigny to Berthierville, in Île-Lebel Park and among the Berthier Islands, you’re always surrounded by scenic landscapes. Here it’s all about ice! Before or after some festival fun, enjoy fresh-air skating on the outdoor rinks or try your luck ice fishing at one of our many outfitters.
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The Plain

If you’re a foodie, indulge yourself with the many tasty delights served up by our chefs and producers. From Joliette to L’Assomption, visit wonderful winter carnivals and festivals! In December, experience the magic of the Christmas markets, and throughout winter, skate on Québec’s longest naturally frozen river ice rink. And don’t miss out on the international dogsledding competition!
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The Mountains

Head for the mountain roads, through Saint-Donat and past Lac Taureau, all the way to Manawan’s Atikamekw reserve. Come and taste cottage life, or experience the beauty of an outfitter, staying at a charming lodge in the heart of the forest. Stay awhile and enjoy snowshoeing, dogsledding, snowmobiling or downhill skiing.
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