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The Laurentides Region
The sector of the Hautes-Laurentides will transport you into another reality altogether, thanks to its wide-open spaces and its 4,500 lakes and rivers. This includes the mighty Baskatong Reservoir, which spreads out over 320 square kilometres of blue waters and sandy beaches.
It's the perfect way to get back to nature in a vast territory that is sure to awaken the explorer in you. The 88 kilometres of “Le P'tit Train du Nord” Linear Park cycle path offer an excellent way of discovering some magnificent landscapes with lots of adventure to be had from village to village.
Under canvas, in a caravan, in a rustic cottage, a cozy inn or even a teepee, all types of holidays are possible in the arms of Mother Nature. Whether you want to hunt or fish, take off on the trails on an ATV or snowmobile, or perhaps get those sled-dogs moving, all options bring you back into contact with nature.
And for some breathtaking views or an eco-tourism experience, take a hike up to the summit of the Montagne du Diable. At 783 metres altitude and the second highest peak in the region, it offers a taste of nature at its most grandiose. And make sure you don't miss out on a visit to Windigo Falls.
Each new season will delight you with its particular brand of rugged beauty and stir those hidden forces within that have united man and nature since the dawn of time.