The Haut-Saint-Laurent, a magnificent rural region less than an hour from Montreal, is the southern most point of the province of Quebec; just east of the Ontario border and north of the American border. An agrotourism marvel, with its numerous orchards and berry fields, sugar shacks, vineyards, and independent producers (processed meats, bakeries and brew-pubs).
Along your way, you will find a number of specialized and welcoming businesses offering local fare, whether you opt to sip on ice cider, savour delectable flavours inspired by regional produce at a table champêtre, or feast on a crisp tangy apple or freshly picked blueberries. Whatever the season, it is a trip worth taking.
Outdoor enthusiasts will also be delighted by the variety of activities for all ages and skill levels available in the Haut-Saint-Laurent’s. Complete with exceptional nature and hiking trails and breathtaking landscapes, the Haut-Saint-Laurent is a nature-lovers’ paradise.
Plan a getaway to the region this summer and without a doubt you will be back for more.