Put your knowledge to the test with Quebecgetaways.com – third quiz
 

Put your knowledge to the test with Quebecgetaways.com – third quiz

Destinations to explore, May 1, 2020 2020-05-01
quebecvacances.com
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Laurentides
 

In which region of Quebec was this photo taken? The answer is... the Laurentians!

This photo perfectly encapsulates the region of the Laurentians, known for its charming villages, its majestic green mountains as far as the eye can see and its 9,000 lakes and rivers. Think you can answer these questions about the region? Let’s find out…

Take our quiz about the Laurentians

Play along with us! All you need to complete this little quiz is a paper and pen (or note your answers down electronically!) then check the right answers by scrolling to the bottom of the page.

Question #1: Multiple choice
How long is the Le P’tit Train du Nord bike path?
a. 56 km (35 mi.)
b. 101 km (63 mi.)
c. 144 km (89 mi.)
d. 232 km (144 mi.)

Tourisme Mont-Tremblant
Tourisme Mont-Tremblant
Vrai ou faux Laurentides

Question #2: True or false?
The picture above (the one on the right) was also taken in the Laurentians.

Question #3: Multiple choice.
Measured roughly in stories, how high is the highest zipline in Quebec?
a. 10 stories
b. 22 stories
c. 38 stories
d. 51 stories

Tyroparc
Tyroparc

Question #4 :
In which city in the Laurentians would you find the oldest water-powered flour mill in North America that has functioned continuously since it was built?

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Answer #1:d) 232 km. The Le P’tit Train du Nord bike path is more than 232 km long and follows an old railway from Bois-des-Filion to Mont-Laurier: this is Canada’s longest linear to offer four-season activities! To find out more, click here.
(The question was: How long is the Le P’tit Train du Nord bike path? a. 56 km (35 mi.) b. 101 km (63 mi.) c. 144 km (89 mi.) d. 232 km (144 mi.))

Answer #2: True! The Tonga Lumina illuminated trail is a sensory experience in the forest of Mont-Tremblant. This 1.5-km (0.9 mi.) nocturnal walk takes place on a stone dust pathway. Although closed for the season, this attraction should definitely be included in your list of things to do on your next visit to the area. To find out more, click here.
(The question was: True or false? The picture above (the one on the right) was also taken in the Laurentians.)

Answer #3: c) 38 stories. This is the highest zipline in eastern America, accessible at the Tyroparc mountain adventure park. It allows you to reach speeds of 90 km/h (55 mph)! Discover these two local businesses specializing in mountain thrills:Tyroparc et Ziptrek Ecotours Tremblant.
(The question was: Measured roughly in stories, how high is the highest zipline in Quebec? a. 10 stories, b. 22 stories, c. 38 stories, d. 51 stories)

Answer #4: St-Eustache. The Légaré Mill was designated a national historic site of Canada and is a successful example of a continuously operating and evolving mill for over 240 years. Between 30 and 40 tons of wheat and buckwheat flour are produced every year using traditional methods. To find out more, click here.
(The question was: In which city in the Laurentians would you find the oldest water-powered flour mill in North America that has functioned continuously since it was built?)

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