At the foothills
Original and surprising discoveries await as you meander through the villages in the foothills of northern Lanaudière. Explore the magnificent parks and admire breathtaking scenery all year round.
Crossing the Foothills takes you through picturesque villages to discover one-of-a-kind businesses that are sure to delight.
Ferme Leblanc petits fruits
Farmers Marc and Céline are known for the quality of their strawberries, raspberries and blueberries offered fresh in season and frozen year-round. At their shop, choose from a variety of home-cooked traditional fare: berry pies, jams, marinades, baked beans (Céline style!), ragout, meat pies (tourtières), pâtés and more. You’ll also find a selection of regional products to round out your basket!
Ferme Guy Rivest
Au Jardin des noix
Simon Turcotte, Confiturier
In the heart of the village of Sainte-Marcelline, discover the new Simon Turcotte jam shop. For ten years, we have been delighting taste buds with constantly updated creativity and respect for quality products to offer you delicious, original jellies and spreads: strawberry with 5 Chinese spices, rhubarb and wild flowers, lemon and rosemary, etc. We also offer a number of local products.
La Terre des Bisons
EXTEND YOUR STAY IN LANAUDIÈRE
As you explore this agritourism circuit, you’ll come across many other attractions you may want to visit. With so many accommodations, activities, restaurants or events to choose from, there are plenty of good reasons to stay a while longer!
RAWDON GOLF RESORT
AUBERGE LE CHEVAL BLEU
AU CHIC CHALET DES CHUTES
CHALETS DES PINS
Restaurant Benny & Co. Rawdon
Miyoko Sushi Rawdon
Restaurant of Auberge Le Cheval Bleu
Restaurant de l'Auberge Ma Maison
Resto-bar terrasse La Lanterne