5 ideas of new experiences to enjoy this fall

Attractions to discover, August 28, 2023 2023-08-28
The Onhwa’ Lumina multimedia experience
The Onhwa’ Lumina multimedia experience. Photo credit: No Man’s Land Photographie

With the arrival of fall, summer gives way to a completely different landscape, signaling a period of transformation and giving us a chance to return to our roots. It’s a season that inspires us to seek out a change of scenery, a sense of wonder and new cultural discoveries. Here are a few ideas to make your fall as fun-filled as summer!

Discover a forest trail that celebrates Huron-Wendat culture

Located in Wendake, near Quebéc City, Onhwa’ Lumina is a unique multimedia experience created around the legends, rituals and traditions of the Huron-Wendat First Nation. This 1.2-km nighttime trail will transport you into an emotionally charged adventure through the magic of light, sound and video projections. Under a starry sky, let yourself be enchanted by ancestral rhythms and songs that will connect you to all living things.

Dive into Ancient Egypt and relive Montreal’s greatest moments

Until October 15, 2023, the Pointe-à-Callière museum presents Egypt. Three Millennia on the Nile, a journey into the daily, social and religious life of a civilization that continues to impress us. Another featured exhibition, until January 7, 2024, Favourites! Our Collections on Display offers a moving portrait of Montreal life through nostalgic objects that tell a story.

Egypt exhibit
Egypt. Three Millennia on the Nile exbihit. Photo credit: Caroline Thibault
Tag Karting Academy
Challenge yourself on Tag Karting Academy’s outdoor track!

Challenge yourself on a race track

Since being purchased by renowned Canadian racecar driver Alex Tagliani and his associates, the Tag Karting Academy in Mont-Tremblant has revamped its karting offer with new ways to enjoy this adrenalin-fuelled activity. Whatever your level of experience, strap on your helmet and take to the track on this 15-turn outdoor circuit, combining ultra-fast sections with more technical ones.

Learn about Quebec’s history of pulp and paper

Boréalis plunges you into the great pulp and paper adventure that took place in Quebec and explores logging, the omnipresence of water and the work of lumberjacks and log drivers. The artisanal paper-making workshop and underground rally will delight many, as will the exhibition Roots and Identity, a unique encounter between man and machine. This permanent exhibition will be undergoing a renewal, but continues to be shown until October 1, 2023.

Paper-making workshop
Paper-making workshop at Boréalis. Photo credit: Buzz Productions
Chalets Scandik
Discover Chalets Scandik’s cozy mini-cottages!

Reconnect with your inner self on a glamping vacation

Combining a minimalist Scandinavian style with the simplicity of cozy, yet unpretentious accommodations, Chalets Scandik invite you to relax and recharge your batteries in the enchanting setting of the Laurentians. This business born out of a family project and desire to get away from traffic and be closer to nature offers mini-cottages that are perfect places to rediscover your true nature and enjoy a multitude of nearby activities.

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