Teasing the fish, in winter? Yes! On a frozen lake or river, ice fishing is an absolutely extraordinary experience. All you need is to dress warm… unless you handle your fishing rod (traditionally called a “brimbale”) at one of the many sites that are equipped with heated shelters. The fish are always ready to bite. Whether you are a beginner or a savvy angler, with family or friends, everyone has fun fishing in the middle of winter in Quebec.

Visit the Tourisme Lanaudiere visitor region and Mont-Tremblant National Park ? L’Assomption Sector. With our accredited Aventure Ecotourisme Québec members, discover the pleasures of dog-sledding in winter or try canicross, mountain biking or in the milder weather, an aerial adventure. Explore Quebec’s oldest and biggest national park, with its 6 colossal rivers and over 400 lakes and streams. Paddle your way across Parc National du Mont-Tremblant’s Saint-Côme Sector in a canoe, and revel in all the beauty of its gorgeous scenery and 40 wildlife species, including the wolf.

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