Feast and play outdoors in Montérégie

The Montérégie region is a foodie’s paradise just south-east of Montréal, home to orchards, vineyards and maple groves. The kids will love climbing up apple trees to pick the ripe fruit, while in winter, it doesn’t get more Québec than a giant feast in an authentic sugar shack! To burn some of those calories off, the area is wonderful for bike treks, hiking and boating expeditions. Explore Lake Champlain or Rivière Richelieu by kayak, or get wilder with an outing up-close-and-personal with wild animals at Parc Safari. For something a little more civilized, sip your way along the cider or wine routes.

Get a taste of nature in Montérégie

This ripe growing country mere minutes past Champlain Bridge means lots of apples, grapes, and a refined dining scene well worth discovering. Besides the delectable edibles, there are adventures galore to be had for the whole family.

  1. Say hi to a giraffe right from your car window at Parc Safari.
  2. Pick enough apples for five-dozen pies at one of the many pick-your-own orchards.
  3. Raise a glass to Québec’s exciting wine scene on the Montérégie Wine Route.
  4. Explore winter by fat bike in Parc National du Mont-Saint-Bruno.
  5. Nerd out, trainspotting style, at Exporail, the Canadian Railway Museum.