Quebec offers a wide range of activities for couples to take a break and enjoy the snow-covered landscape! Find out what the two of you can do this winter, from romantic getaways to relaxing at the spa, sharing a meal at a restaurant or taking a gentle hike in the great outdoors. Looking to get together with friends instead? Why not take a vacation at a cottage, hit the slopes or spend an evening at a festival? Whether you're style is the great outdoors, thrills or an electrifying atmosphere, now's the time to plan a memorable winter!

Stay in B&Bs for a local experience

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Immerse yourself in the region by staying in a Bed & Breakfast (B&B). Treat yourself to an authentic, personalized experience, greeted by a unique human warmth. Each B&B is imbued with a gentle, memorable atmosphere, accompanied by passionate advice and sincere smiles. The B&Bs grouping has their own Association des Gîtes touristiques Memphrémagog, guaranteeing a diversity unique to the region and opening the doors to many local partners with special offers. Don’t forget to contact the hosts directly to book your stay; you’ll benefit from the best rates, answers to all your questions and the gratitude of the hosts for choosing this privileged immersion in the region.

Fairmont Le Château Montebello: for a truly unique resort experience

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Stay warm this winter in the world’s largest log castle! Fairmont Le Château Montebello welcomes you to a rustic yet luxurious setting. A truly unique resort experience awaits you, with dozens of activities and beautiful natural surroundings. Step into your cross-country skis and explore 42 kilometres of groomed trails, skate in the fresh air, and ride through the forest on a snowmobile from the BRP Experience Center. Once your cheeks are nice and rosy, warm up indoors by the massive stone fireplace, drink hot chocolate, go curling, order some comfort food, and chat for hours! (Enr. 528485)

Nature lovers and cocooning enthusiasts, the region awaits you!

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Just a short drive from Val-d’Or, Station Boréale opens wide the doors to the great outdoors and all the attractions of this magnificent region. The first of its kind in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Station Boréale offers a unique accommodation concept with luxurious domes where you can reconnect with nature and yourself. These modern, eco-friendly domes provide the perfect space to enjoy the surroundings of Lake De Montigny, where you can indulge in your favourite activities such as snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, ice fishing, and, of course, take advantage of the nearby snowmobile trails for exciting getaways.

Taste delicious brews and spirits at local craft breweries and distilleries

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One of winter’s greatest pleasures is having a drink with friends after a beautiful day outdoors! So if you visit Gaspésie’s winter wonderland, you’ll be happy to know that the region boasts several distilleries where you can savour gins, rums and other spirits expertly crafted by passionate artisans. The region’s microbreweries are also brimming with an array of beers, which range from classic lagers and ales to one-of-a-kind creations that are as tasty as they are bold.

Winter enchantment abounds in the Petit Champlain district

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Located on the shores of the St. Lawrence River, the Petit Champlain district is recognized as one of Old Québec City’s most beautiful areas. Superbly illuminated in the winter, this famous district is a romantic spot with iconic narrow streets as well as friendly restaurants and cafés where you can come in from the cold and warm up. There are also countless shops, each more welcoming than the last, that make this district a must-see shopping destination! 

A must for snowmobile enthusiasts

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Portneuf is a paradise for snowmobilers, with opportunities to explore breathtaking scenery and a rich natural and historical heritage. The region is crisscrossed with trails from east to west, offering over 1,200 kilometres of trails that are maintained and groomed by volunteers from the region’s five snowmobile clubs. The region’s abundant snow cover and the snowmobile clubs’ meticulous work are the perfect combination for excellent snowmobile trail conditions and unbeatable quality — and the stunning panoramas will leave you in awe. You can also stop off in the region to discover some foodie treats and outstanding rustic accommodations. With this unique atmosphere, there’s no doubt that the Portneuf region is a favourite spot for snowmobile enthusiasts! 

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