Laurentians

Lose yourself in this all-season playground

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Tourisme des Laurentides
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LAURENTIANS — Eat well, play outside, sleep soundly, and really let yourself go. The Laurentians, a long-established four-season tourist destination, offers a thousand ways to live the good life. Heed the call of our two national parks or our many regional parks. Glide across crystalline waters or hike through undisturbed Laurentian forests—however you get around, the local flora and fauna will cast their spell on you. 

Explore our country backroads and savour our local products, or go for a long bike ride followed by an evening soak at a Nordic spa. Be awed by the tranquility of the more than 9,000 lakes and rivers, and lose yourself in this all-season playground.

 

July 6 - 15, 2018

Festival international du blues de Tremblant 
Mont-Tremblant  T. 819 681-3000 /  1 888 289-8888 
 
Renowned as a major event in Quebec, the Tremblant International Blues Festival offers more than 140 musical performances, many of international caliber. The undeniable appeal of the performances is enhanced by the beauty of the environment in which they take place, right in the heart of Tremblant’s pedestrian village, surrounded by lakes and mountains. Tremblant’s famed ambiance is enlivened even further by the warm, rhythmic music that will delight professionals, amateurs and neophytes alike.
 
 

July 6 - Aug. 12, 2018 

1001 Pots
Val-David    T. 819 322-6868 
 
Art meets nature in Val-David in the heart of the Laurentian Mountains. Some 80ish ceramic artists invite visitors to this popular annual event. Admire an outpouring of creativity in an exquisite country setting.  
 
 

August 2 - 12, 2018

Festival des arts de St-Sauveur  
St-Sauveur   T. 450 227-0427 
 
The summer event for fans of dance, music and nature. In the picturesque village of Saint-Sauveur, this festival presents the biggest names in dance and music from the international stage.
 
 

October 6 - 8, 2018 

1001 Visages de la caricature Val David   
 
Dedicated to promoting and developing the art of caricature and cartoons, this event serves as a meeting point for creators of humoristic visual arts and a springboard for showcasing their original and cutting-edge works.   
 
 
 Tourisme de la Région des laurentides
Photo: Matthew Clark
 

Attractions

Casino de Mont-Tremblant      
300, chemin des Pléiades, Mont-Tremblant, 
QC J8E 0A7  T. 819 429-4150  
 
Located on the Versant Soleil, the Casino invites you to experience an unforgettable time in an intimate atmosphere and breathtaking environment. Enjoy nearly 500 slot machines and a great selection of gaming tables. Discover the delicious seafood and items from the grill of its restaurant Altitude and don’t miss its live musical performances on weekends. The Casino can be reached by a free shuttle from Place des Voyageurs. Restricted to adults 18 and over.  
 
 
Parc national d'Oka           
2020, ch. Oka, Oka, QC J0N 1E0
T. 450 479-8365 / 1 800 665-6527
 
Park of recreation with a surface of 23.7 km². Enjoy the wide, sandy beach of Oka at less than 50 km from Montréal. Discover the richness of Grande Baie marsh and its heron population. Relive a chapter of christianity in the ancient calvary on the hill.  
 
 
Parc linéaire Le P’tit Train du Nord          
T. 450 224-7007 / 1 800 561-NORD  
 
The P’tit Train du Nord linear park, a trail of more than 232 km running long a former rail line between Bois-des-Fillion and Mont-Laurier, is Canada’s longest linear park and features year-round activities. Enjoy cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, biking or inline skating… depending on the trail section and the season! Along the way, visit our lively towns and villages, and discover heritage train stations, an array of restaurants and a multitude of unique cultural activities, art galleries and shops.  
 
 
Tremblant National Park
The Laurentians are untamed beauty—a country of lakes, mountains and rivers where the wildlife roams free. This description is also perfectly suited to Parc national du Mont?Tremblant, the largest protected area in Québec. Dive into the depths of nature of the Laurentian Mountains. The park offers a varied discovery and activity program, and a wide array of authentic experiences: the Via Ferrata du Diable, hiking, canoeing, swimming, canoe camping, fishing, cycling, and backpacking with huts for sleeping. Indulge in a forest walk in the park’s maple groves, or leisurely paddle down the Rivière du Diable—an oasis of tranquility and enchanting beauty. Also, be sure to take advantage of the plentiful accommodations: the park has more than 1,000 campsites, as well as huts, cabins and ready?to?camp Huttopia tents.
 
 
Donwhill skiing and snowboarding
The Laurentians region is known for its expansive forests, mountainous terrain, thriving villages and large concentration of ski resorts, with 12 stations. Take advantage of the variety of affordable all-inclusive packages that include meals, lessons, and ski and sliding passes. The Laurentians region is also famous for its excellent accommodation services, unmatched après?ski activities and legendary fine dining. Here, winter is the season for festivals, cultural activities, Nordic spa days, nightlife and a plethora of outdoors activities.
 
 
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LODGING & Spa

Auberge Le Papillon Sauvage      
100, boul. de Ste-Adèle, Sainte-Adèle, QC J8B 1A8
T. 450 229-3404 
 
Newly renovated! Neighbouring two popular nordic spas in  Sainte-Adèle, this inn is a peaceful and romantic haven located just  five minutes away from Saint-Sauveur. Charming dining room and terrace overlooking the Rivière à Simon. Outdoor pool, spa and sauna. Nearby: bicycle path, summer theatre and live shows, factory and boutique shopping, golf, skiing and more.     
 
 
BAGNI SPA           
1796 Rue des Mélèzes, Sainte-Adèle, QC J8B 2J6
T. 450 229-4477
 
Bagni Spa Station Santé is a Nordic spa located in Sainte-Adèle, just minutes from the ski slopes of St-Sauveur and activities in the area. The spa is located on the banks of the Simon River, dry saunas, steam bath and hot / cold salt water baths await you to help you unwind with the sound of the river in the background. Whether you are alone, with your significant other or with friends, their team of experienced therapists is on hand for unparalleled relaxation. They also offer the possibility of private evenings for your special events.
 
 
HÔTEL ST-SAUVEUR          
570, chemin des Frênes, Piedmont, QC J0R 1K0
T. 450 227-1800 / 1 855 297-1800
 
Welcome to the Hotel St-Sauveur, where sophistication mingles with the relaxation ... Located in the heart of the beautiful valley of Saint-Sauveur, we invite you to a stay full of dreams and comfort! Our luxurious Lofts, Studios and Suites have been designed to make you live a dream holiday with their fireplace, mountain views, views of the valley or the back woods. Free WIFI. Dedicated staff, warm welcome and service, discreet and attentive. The best view of the Saint-Sauveur Valley and on the ski slopes. 2 steps from factory outlets and activities: Spa, water park, golf, hiking, biking, skiing, tubing, snowshoeing and restaurants!    
 

Tourisme de la Région des Laurentides