• Adventure courses

    See and do

    More and more outdoor enthusiasts are becoming hooked on treetop adventure courses, via ferratas and canyoning. 

  • Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean

    Where to go

    This region gets its name from Lac Saint-Jean, a veritable inland sea, and the Rivière Saguenay, which flows in an amazing fjord. The waterside communities here enjoy a vibrant cultural life and the year-round adventure tourism offering is superb.

  • Laurentides

    Where to go

    The Laurentides region is ideal for outdoor activities and adventure with its national and regional parks, vast protected areas and wide‑open spaces boasting over 9,000 lakes and rivers.

  • Abitibi-Témiscamingue

    Where to go

    Abitibi-Témiscamingue is an untouched paradise in western Québec that’s teeming with possibilities, cultural treasures and adventure!

  • Manicouagan

    Where to go

    Extending from Tadoussac to Baie‑Trinité, with Baie‑Comeau and Fermont in between, Côte‑Nord–Manicouagan is a wonderful region to visit year round.

  • Nunavik

    Where to go

    If you have a thirst for adventure, then this northern land, home to the Inuit for centuries, is for you. On the agenda: outdoor activities, cultural discoveries and jaw-droppingly beautiful natural surroundings.

  • Duplessis

    Where to go

    Looking for a great escape? Côte-Nord–Duplessis is a region of majestic proportions.

  • Thrill-seekers wanted


    Looking for something out of the ordinary? Shake things up and treat yourself to unique, original and unusual adventures.

  • Other classified establishments


    This designation includes a diverse array of close to 200 classified establishments that don’t fit into any other category. Ranging from country estates to small rustic inns or houses, camps, cabins and shelters, they’re often off the beaten track.

  • Hiking


    Crossed by several mountain ranges and covered by forests over 46% of its area, Québec has an abundance of hiking trails with vistas that make it largely worth the hikers’ while. Not intimidated by long treks and seriously hilly paths?
  • Summer


    Take advantage of summer to explore Québec along its country roads. Rediscover the joys of swimming, admire lush gardens or cast off on a cruise along the St. Lawrence.
  • Île d’Orléans


    Île d’Orléans is a veritable jewel, first because of its bucolic scenery and stunning viewpoints on many attractions, including chutes Montmorency and Mont Sainte-Anne, and second because its passionate and highly skilled people make some of the very best local products available anywhere.


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