The Lanaudière region is characterized by a vast territory set between the river and the mountains, where most of Quebec’s great landscapes can be found. Indeed, the region offers a mix of attractions and unique, charming places. There’s the King's Road (Chemin du Roy) with its old, stone houses, and the river with its islands, creating a veritable maze of earth and water. Not far away, in Lanoraie, can be found intact peat bogs, with water as pure as in the lonely north. There are the rich, agricultural plains, with their country roads winding through Quebec’s highest concentration of maple groves. You’ll be astonished by the originality and variety of products available. Not to mention the wooded hills and mountains, and the 10,000 lakes, rivers and streams.
There are so many ways to fully enjoy the Lanaudière experience: on foot, bicycle, by canoe, horse, motorcycle, car, floatplane, four-wheeler or snowmobile.
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