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The Laurentides (or Laurentians) are a range of mountains in Quebec.


The region of a thousand lakes [1]

A true playground awaits you north of Montréal! Summer and winter, this holiday paradise draws crowds of vacationers. Visitors come for the numerous ski hills for all levels, the hundreds of miles of cross-country ski trails and the numerous top-flight golf courses. Rafting on the Rivière Rouge, cruising on Lac Tremblant or Lac des Sables, relaxation at the winter spa or a day at the sugar shack, a farm visit, horseback riding—these are just some of the most popular activities in the Laurentides region! In the fall, the scenery glows and numerous festivals celebrate the beauty of the multihued forests. With its vast network of accommodations and an impressive variety of fine dining, the Laurentides region seduces even the most discriminating of tourists.


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