Quebec's huge territory is full of attractions for a unique experience of adventure in nature. Tourist attractions that offer via ferrata on mountainsides or treetop courses promise a good dose of adrenaline to adventure-seekers of all levels. A true adventure in nature is also within reach while skiing, snowboarding or fatbiking or even during a dogsled or snowmobile ride. And for the most adventurous of all, why not go for the ultimate thrill of ice climbing, winter kayaking or winter ziplining!

Try out Uplå and Arbraska this winter Photo credit: Tourisme Montérégie

Photo credit: Tourisme Montérégie

As soon as night falls, Uplå will light up to offer you an extraordinary nighttime experience. Let yourself be enchanted by an incredible universe. Jump into the heart of the forest while enjoying the outdoors with family or friends! The Arbraska treetop adventures at Mont-Saint-Grégoire and Rigaud are also offered this winter in an all-white decor so that you can flit through the trees in a magical atmosphere! There will be hot chocolate and an outdoor fireplace on site to make the experience unforgettable!

Bosco Charlevoix: for dogsledding adventure

Photo credit: Tourisme Charlevoix

The Bosco Charlevoix team shares its passion for dogsledding and invites you to explore the magnificent wilderness surrounded by mountains near the river. Whether it's dogsledding, cani-cross or ski-joering, these activities take place in a way that respects animal well-being, a core value of this friendly business in Saint-Siméon. Take the time to visit the dog park as well to meet these wonderful canine companions!


Discovering the Chic-Chocs

Photo credit: Tourisme Gaspésie, Roger St-Laurent

The Chic-Chocs are more than 25 peaks exceeding 1,000 m that attract winter sports enthusiasts from all around. The Parc national de la Gaspésie offers several sports, including cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, not to mention snowmobile trails that provide access to spectacular viewpoints. Let yourself be tempted by winter camping or a stay in a cottage or inn to make your incredible vacation in this winter kingdom last longer!

Watching whitecoats: a unique experience in the world!

Photo credit: D.I. Jeske

Every year in early March, hundreds of thousands of harp seals give birth to their pups, called whitecoats, on the ice floes surrounding the Magdalen Islands. In a magnificent winter setting, the spectacular landscape of snow and ice comes alive with the presence of this huge herd. The calm of the ice floe and the silence of winter interrupted by the songs of these seals with their tender gaze is an increbibly moving sight!

Try the alpine luge!

Photo credit: Tourisme Mauricie

Want to take on a challenge or try an original activity? Then you’ll want to try the alpine luge at Vallée du Parc in the Mauricie region- A 2.5 km trail has been specially designed for this activity, accessible to people as young as 10 years old. During the day or at night on the lit-up trail, you’ll get to go several times, so that you can achieve a certain level of technique and fully appreciate the activity. There are also options to try out this activity as part of a package deal. Please note that helmets are mandatory and that ski goggles are strongly recommended. It is necessary to make a reservation for the activity. 

Imago Village: outdoor fun and gourmet food hand in hand

Photo credit: Tourisme Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean

Directly accessible by car, ATV or snowmobile via the Trans-Quebec Trail #93, the Imago Village offers a breathtaking view of the Mont-Victor valley. Ten yurts are available onsite to accommodate outdoor and camping enthusiasts. A new restaurant is also now open: Café Giallo, serving breakfast pastries, sandwiches and gelato, not to mention good coffee to keep you going!

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