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Hereford Forest

At 875 metres tall, Mount Hereford is the third highest mountain in the Eastern Townships. From the summit, you can enjoy a breathtaking 360° view resplendent with mountains, lakes, and the American valley ...
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At 875 metres tall, Mount Hereford is the third highest mountain in the Eastern Townships. From the summit, you can enjoy a breathtaking 360° view resplendent with mountains, lakes, and the American valley ...
 
La Malbaie sector

With more than two centuries of history, La Malbaie is considered as the cradle of vacationing in Canada. Wandering on the rue du Quai in Pointe-au-Pic, or slowly climbing the chemin des Falaises, lets ...
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Region: La MalbaieCharlevoix     
With more than two centuries of history, La Malbaie is considered as the cradle of vacationing in Canada. Wandering on the rue du Quai in Pointe-au-Pic, or slowly climbing the chemin des Falaises, lets ...
 
Destination Région L’Islet

Close your eyes and imagine L'Islet: Fantastic landscape, majestic St. Lawrence River, Appalachian forest, artists, artisans and a lot of creativity. Take the rhythm of the peaceful, unique and hospitable ...
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Close your eyes and imagine L'Islet: Fantastic landscape, majestic St. Lawrence River, Appalachian forest, artists, artisans and a lot of creativity. Take the rhythm of the peaceful, unique and hospitable ...
 
Petite-Rivière-Saint-François sector

The village of Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, one of the gateways to the region, is a narrow strip of land stretching at the foot of awesome massifs. At the end of a scenic descent, discover the heart ...
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Region: La MalbaieCharlevoix     
The village of Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, one of the gateways to the region, is a narrow strip of land stretching at the foot of awesome massifs. At the end of a scenic descent, discover the heart ...
 
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