Imagine you’re in a canoe on a tranquil lake. As your paddle creates gentle ripples in the water, you’re breathing in the calm, relaxing scent of nature. Ice canoeing in Quebec City is nothing like that.
Saguenay Lac-Saint-Jean is home to 9 stunning snowmobile circuits, deep powder, dense forest and passionate riders. With 3500 kms of trails, there’s a very good reason they call this Snowmobiler’s Paradise.
At sixty-one metres high, Great Canadian Bungee’s “The Rock” is North America’s highest bungee jump. Overlooking a spring-fed lagoon in Wakefield, Quebec the rebound alone is higher than any other jump on the continent.
Located close to the iconic building of the same name, the St Lawrence’s Lachine rapids reach as high as two metres, creating one of the world’s largest standing waves.
This archipelago in the St Lawrence is Quebec’s best-kept secret. A chain of islands, surrounded by soft beach in every direction, windswept grassland, red cliffs, and bright-painted clapboard houses.
Pack away your mountain biking armour but bring a corkscrew for this genteel 4-5 day ride along a former train track in the beautiful Laurentians.
Winter Carnival’s reputation for good times and festivities places it right up there with Rio and New Orleans, albeit with its icy touch.
Ready for the world’s highest suspended bicycle ride? Watch the ground disappear beneath your feet as you peddle off the platform connected to a kilometre-long cable that suspends you up to thirty metres above the ground.