The members of Événements Attractions Québec are embracing the new decade and proposing interesting
vacation destinations and fun, intriguing activities. Whether you’re
visiting on your own, with family or with friends, there are plenty
of places to discover this season and events to add to your
Calling all winter fanatics! Le Baluchon,
an eco-resort in the Mauricie region, is a paradise for outdoor
skating on the freshly resurfaced lake and also boasts exceptional
conditions for cross-country skiing thanks to impeccably maintained
trails that are a joy to discover. Download the Ondago application,
which uses your mobile device’s GPS, to access the map of trails and
reach the most beautiful views.
For an original activity, try fatbiking
and explore the trails on site, or visit the kennel of sled dogs.
Fred Manseau and his team share their passion, know-how, and above
all their respect, for the tireless dogs as they take you on an
amazing dogsledding ride.
Located about a half-hour drive east of
Québec City in the Sainte-Anne Canyon, Projet Vertical is where
you’ll find the one-and-only four-season via ferrata trail! There is
also a monkey bridge, rappelling, a zipline and more. Whether you’re
trying it for the first time or you’re used to adventurous
activities, you’ll find a package that’s perfect for you. At Projet
Vertical, kids can go on the via ferrata trail starting at 6 years
old (in the summer) or 8 years old (in the winter) and the zipline
is open to kids as young as 4 years of age. If you’re seeking even
greater thrills, get a view of the Canyon 60 meters (almost 200 ft.)
above the gorge. The ideal place to test your bravery!
And guess what… a new via ferrata trail will be opening
in the near future in the La Malbaie area.
The Montréal en Lumière festival, happening
from February 20 to March 1, will be featured in a special edition
of the Caribou magazine, which looks at Quebec’s agri-food industry
and culinary culture. The magazine will contain articles, original
illustrations and exclusive content to showcase homegrown talent and
local chefs, artisans, food producers, writers, photographers, etc.
It will be distributed in many Montréal hotels, some Renaud-Bray
bookstores and Archambault retailers, partner restaurants and a
number of malls in the area.
Got any ideas yet for your summer 2021
vacation? Think about touring the seaside region of
Bas-Saint-Laurent adjacent to Gaspésie and stop by the Reford Gardens. This outstanding horticultural attraction will be
transforming its onsite workshops and warehouses in order to
welcome a new generation of creators and artists to use its
collaborative spaces. These new spaces will allow participants to
develop their process and skills in a place conducive to learning
and exchanging with others. It will also include an innovation lab
open 365 days a year that will serve to explore gastronomy,
horticulture, design and architecture. Ready for a bit of