While you’re out there in nature, take a moment to marvel at the remarkable richness of Quebec’s ecosystems. Hiking in our forests or paddling our lakes and rivers, keep your eyes and ears open for the many secrets that the fauna and flora can reveal. Carved by glaciers over 10,000 years ago, our landscapes also have much to tell. To watch moose, wolves, whales or birds, to learn about the trees and plants of our forests or to understand the complex processes that formed our mountains and valleys, opt for an excursion with an interpretive guide or as a self-guided itinerary. Our Quality-Safety certified businesses and our regional parks will help you experience an unforgettable contact with Quebec’s nature.

Minutes from Montreal, come discover unique Parc de la Rivière des Mille Îles. The largest protected wildlife reserve in a metropolitain area, observe animals in their natural habitat, and practise a full lineup of outdoor activities. In winter, try ice fishing, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing and in summer, paddle its waterways in a canoe, kayak or rabaska canoe. Hike countless walking trails and visit the interpretation centre too. The Tourisme Laval visitor area is a genuine oasis in nature, at the gateway to the big city.

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