The Laurentians region in the Canadian province of Quebec can be described as the mountainous land covered with mixed forest, land crisscrossed with creeks, rivers and lakes, home to all sorts of wildlife, but also home to picturesque little villages, towns, resorts, hidden trails, ski hills and hiking paths.
It’s easy to conclude that for complete experience Laurentians should be explored all year round.
Geologically Laurentian mountains are very similar to Adirondack mountains.
Numerous towns, hiking paths, bike paths, ski resorts, ski hills, ski trails, golf courses, spas, with all kinds of other activities for all ages throughout the year makes large number of tourists coming back season after season, year after year.
Hundreds of kilometers of bike paths stretch throughout the region, becoming cross country ski or snowmobile trails during the winter months. Ski resorts like Mont Tremblant, Saint Sauveur and countless others offer comfortable and luxury accommodations, and/or restaurants, boutiques and variety stores in colorful Alpine alike village atmosphere.
Saint Sauveur and Mont Tremblant are well known ski resorts that are main centers in the region with numerous slopes for downhill skiing and snowboarding.
Just north from Saint Sauveur lies Morin Heights village were during the winter months one can explore more than 170 km of cross-country trails.
All this and much more an hour or more by car north from Montreal…