Welcome to Laurentian Mountains!
Extending from southern Quebec
shores of the St.
, the Laurentian Mountains are a majestic presence on the Quebec
landscape. In addition to this mighty mountain range and its highest peak, Mont
Tremblant, the region is also home to an abundance of immense lakes, wandering
rivers, dense forests, rich agricultural plains, and foothills dotted with picturesque
villages. There is no shortage of interesting activities for tourists in this
region. History buffs can explore the region's heritage buildings and churches,
while those with an appreciation for fine food can take advantage of the province's
thriving agrotourism industry and its gourmet cuisine. And of course, the great
outdoors await with plenty of activities, from fishing, dog sledding and ice skating,
to whale watching, golfing, mountain biking and kayaking. However, the region
is perhaps most famous for its skiing. There are at least a half-dozen ski resorts
in the region including