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Winter in Quebec

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The Province of Québec has to be the most understated of all Canadian Provinces and yet one of the friendliest, varied and attractive. The Québecois know how to celebrate winter and do so with the charm and sophistication of this delightful people.

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Winter in Quebec

Day 1: Montréal
Day 3: St Alexis-des-Monts
Day 6: Hotel De Glace – Quebec City
Day 7: Quebec City
Day 9: Depart Quebec City

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 A winter holiday is not exclusively for the downhill skier and if you talk to many Canadians, they will tell you that there is a lot more to a winter holiday that simply dusting off your ski’s or snow board.  A winter holiday in Canada and Quebec in particular is about all sorts of winter adventure.  Montreal is a relatively quick hop across the Atlantic and opens up the entire province of Quebec and all that it has to offer for a winter wonderland holiday.

Day 1: Montréal
Fly to the cosmopolitan city of Montréal. Two nights here, and an opportunity to explore this vibrant city. Take a half day city tour visiting the quaint streets and buildings of Old Montreal, the intricate wrought iron balustrades of the residential district and the Olympic Stadium of the 1976 Summer games. Take in a little retail therapy in the shops of the underground city and try your hand at the tables of the Casino.
Two nights Montréal

Day 3: St Alexis-des-Monts
Moving east today, to the foothills of the Laurentians at St Alexis-des-Monts. Three nights here staying in log built accommodation in a fairytale setting of lakeshore accommodation. From here, take part in snowmobiling, cross country skiing and sightseeing flights over this winter wonderland. The province of Quebec offers a vast network of snow mobile tracks – great fun, and second nature to native Quebecois.
Three nights St Alexis

Day 6: Hotel De Glace – Quebec City
We’ve all heard tell of the Ice Hotel – but who is brave enough to spend the night in this unique environment! The Hotel De Glace, located a short distance from Quebec City is built a-fresh each winter, offering an extraordinary combination of ice-carving, and artist design.
Hotel De Glace 1 night

Day 7: Quebec City
Head into the romantic city of Quebec, dominated by the fairytale towers of the Chateau Frontenac and the imposing city wall of the old city
Quebec City 2 nights

Day 9: Depart Quebec City
Return to Montreal today for your overnight flight home to London – or perhaps squeezing one or two more nights to round off your winter holiday with a romantic stay in the Eastern Townships

More time? – then you may consider extending your stay and adding in a few nights in one of the ski areas such as Le Massif or Tremblant – skiing , snow-shoeing and ice-skating are just some of the winter activities on offer – contact us for more details

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The cosy log fire at the Hotel Sacacomie welcomes visitors as soon as you step in from the cold, stamp the snow off your boots and accept a very welcome cup of hot chocolate.  This log built hotel sits on the shores of a frozen lake of the same name – a flat plateau that provides a winter playground in itself – to land a light aircraft, cut a hole for a little ice fishing or take to the ice on dog sled or snow mobile.   This hotel is a firm favourite!

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Why not visit Eastern Québec by Snowmobile?

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In the maritime regions of Québec it will soon be winter with snowy snowmobile trails! Have you ever considered taking a snowmobile vacation in Gaspésie, Côte-Nord or Bas-Saint-Laurent? Then take a look at the list which is sure to make you want to plan your next snowmobile adventure in Québec. 

Picture courtesy of Le Quebec Maritime/Studio Du Ruisseau

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  1. Heavy Snowfall and Excellent Trials – The maritime regions of Québec are renowned for their heavy snowfall, which makes for excellent trail conditions. Snowmobile trails are also well maintained thanks to the tireless efforts of local snowmobile clubs, which take care of signage and grooming.
  2. The St. Lawrence Seaway – One of the attractions of the regions is the proximity of the St. Lawrence. Whether you ride the trails of Côte-Nord, Bas-Saint-Laurent or Gaspésie, you will have many opportunities to admire exceptional views of this frozen seaway and be amazed by its size!
  3. Percé Rock – An iconic landmark in Gaspésie, Percé Rock is an impressive sight in the winter. To access the lookout where you can admire this natural arch, take the local trail in Percé from Trans-Québec trail #3. You are sure to appreciate the view!
  4. The world’s highest snowmobile bridge – If you visit Côte-Nord, you’ll want to cross the highest snowmobile bridge in the world, which spans the Manicouagan River. The bridge is 213 metres (700 feet) long and 28 metres (90 feet) high.
  5. Chic-Choc Mountains – Snowmobilers riding the trail that runs along the Chic-Chocs in Gaspésie can admire superb views of this mountain chain. This trail is part of the Chic-Chocs–Forillon Loop, which begins in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts.
  6. Loop ride options –  Bas-Saint-Laurent offers endless ride opportunities for snowmobilers. You can easily pick a home base and then enjoy day trips every day, returning to your hotel in the evenings for delicious dinners. This is a great way to explore a different sector every day!
  7. Matane–Baie-Comeau/Godbout ferry – Crossing the St. Lawrence with your snowmobile is a unique experience. Take the St. Lawrence Tour and hop on the MV F.-A.-Gauthier ferry (Matane to Baie-Comeau or Godbout). During the crossing, enjoy the magnificent view while taking advantage of onboard amenities such as the restaurant, bar and lounge areas.
  8. Lower North Shore – Have you heard of the White Trail? This unique snow road offers an exciting way to discover the villages and people of the Lower North Shore, which is not accessible by any other road. Note that this is an expert trail; if you have never done this type of expedition before, you must travel with a guide.
  9. A wide range of services – The maritime regions of Québec have long been a dream destination for snowmobilers. Consequently, they offer a wide range of lodging options, good restaurants and other services that are easily accessible from the snowmobile trails.
  10. A warm welcome – A snowmobile trip in the maritime regions of Québec is also an opportunity to interact with the people who live in these regions. Known for enjoying the good things in life, the residents you will meet, as well as service staff, will be happy to give you tips and share their favourite spots with.

 If this sounds like an experience you would like to make part of your bespoke holiday to Canada and the maritime regions of Québec then please contact us and let us help you make the most of your time there.

Call 01323 446550 or email info@experienceholidays.co.uk

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Picture courtesy of Le Quebec Maritime/Studio Du Ruisseau

 

Picture courtesy of  Le Quebec Maritime/Studio Du Ruisseau

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Picture courtesy of  Le Quebec Maritime/Studio Du Ruisseau

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The Province of Quebec

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So often overlooked, but in our opinion, a Canadian province that offers charm, sophistication and a huge welcome, to say nothing of gourmet meals, wildlife and an array of interesting places to stay.  Quebec offers some excellent skiing in the winter time and other winter activities as well.  Both Montreal and Quebec City are great choices for a shorter city break

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The Province of Quebec

Day 1: Montreal
Day 3: St Alexis des Monts
Day 6: Lac St Jean
Day 8: Chicoutimi
Day 9: Tadoussac
Day 10: Le Malbaie
Day 12: Quebec City
Day 14: Depart Quebec

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This vast area is home to over 7 million inhabitants, mainly clustered along the banksand floodplains of the mighty St Lawrence – the Eastern Townships and Gaspé Peninsular to the south, the Laurentians, Lac St Jean and the Saguenay Fjord to the north. This itinerary offers a taste of the Province to the self-drive traveller and as with all our itineraries can be adapted to suit you.

Day 1: Montreal
Fly to Montreal for a two night stay in this vibrant and cosmopolitan city.
Two nights Montreal

Day 3: St Alexis des Monts
Drive to St Alexis des Monts for a stay on the shores of Lac Sacacomie.
Three nights St Alexis des Monts

Day 6: Lac St Jean
Drive north east where your destination is Lac St Jean. We suggest a two-night stay at Val Jalbert, a historic village once home to a thriving paper and pulp business, now lovingly restored. A cycle trail skirts the lake itself – the zoo at St Felicien is worth a visit. Discover the history & way of life of the Montagnais Ameridians through an exhibition & films at Pointe-Bleue. Visit the small Perron Cheddar Cheese factory in St Prime.
Two nights Lac St Jean

Day 8: Chicoutimi
Today, head into the Saguenay Fjord, and to the small town of Chicoutimi. A short distance away the Site de la Nouvelle-France was used as the film set for the movie ‘Black Robe’ and has now been transformed into a visitor attraction. Visit Quebec City as it was in the 1600’s and the house of its founder Samuel de Champlain. The Parc du Saguenay sits on the shore of the Riviere Saguenay, stretching from the banks of the estuary to Sainte Rose du Nord.
One night Chicoutimi

Day 9: Tadoussac
Down to the mouth of the fjord today, to Tadoussac where whale watching is the order of the day. Visit the Mammals Interpretation Centre where you can learn more on the fascinating way of life of the whales & play at being a Marine Biologist!
One night Tadoussac

Day 10: Le Malbaie
Follow a route west to the little town of La Malbaie for a two night stay. Charlevoix is famous for its local artisan food producers – follow the Flavour Trail and sample many of the local delights. Visit the Parc des Hautes Gorges, hire a bike and cycle through the Parc.
Two nights La Malbaie

Day 12: Quebec City
Return to Quebec City – stunning with its walled old city and historic significance, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the area of Petit Champlain, or take a ferry across the St Lawrence for stunning views of the city. Visit the Citadel and walk on the Dufferin Boardwalk for stunning views of the mighty St. Lawrence River or take a ride up to the top of the Observation tower.
Two nights Quebec City

Day 14: Depart Quebec

Cap Jaseaux

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Lac St Jean

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The Province of Quebec

Nothing can be more beautiful than to awake to the sight of a pristine lake surrounded by wooded hills.  This is the view that awaits with a stay at one of our all time favourite properties – Hotel Sacacomie

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Gaspésie Peninsula

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Self drive this rugged area of Quebec Province.

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Gaspésie Peninsula

The Gaspesie Peninsular, on the Southern shore of the St Lawrence Seaway is a remote and rugged area of Quebec Province, bordering New Brunswick to the south.  The Chic Choc mountains dominate the central part of the peninsular, is the northern end of the Appalachian chain and literally means ‘the wall that cannot be crossed’.  This part of Quebec Province is definitely off the tourist trail!

Day 1: Québec City to Tadoussac
Day 3: Tadoussac to Matane
Day 4: Chic Choc Mountains
Day 6: Percé
Day 8: Carleton
Day 9: Rivière du Loup
Day 10: Québec City
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Day 1: Québec City to Tadoussac
Behind the wheel of your hire car, drive northeast, following the north shore of the St Lawrence. There are several options for crossing to the South shore – in this idea, we suggest a stop is in the little town of Tadoussac for two nights, allowing a leisurely drive, and time to stop en route.
The Gulf of St Lawrence is famous for its whale watching, and a full day here allows time to take a trip out into the river. If you are lucky, you will spot several varieties of whales, including the resident large pod of white Belugas. You’ll need keen eyes to spot them – and beware, they are very easy to confuse with the white caps of the waves!
Tadoussac 2 nights

Day 3: Tadoussac to Matane
Drive the north shore of the river today taking one of three ferry routes across to the South shore. Overnight at Matane. En route, stop at the Reford Gardens at Metis sur Mer, just northeast of Mont-Joli.
One night Matane

Day 4: Chic Choc Mountains
This is your opportunity to head inland to the Chic Choc Mountains for a two night stay. Chic Choc literally means ‘The wall that cannot be crossed’, named by the M’kmaq many years ago. This is a hiking Mecca, not impassable at all and is home to herds of caribou, the last members of this species to be found south of the St Lawrence.
Two nights Chic Choc Lodge

Day 6: Percé
Return to the coast today, and continue to drive around to Percé for a two night stay. This is achievable in one day, but some may prefer to slot in another night at Sainte-Anne-des-Monts.
A full day here to explore both the Parc National de l’Isle-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher- Percé and the Parc National du Forillion – two unique areas at the very tip of the Gaspésie Peninsula.
Two nights Percé

Day 8: Carleton
Continue on your circumnavigation of the Peninsula, to Carleton, for an overnight stay. This is the Baie des Chaleurs, with a good network of hiking trails, and views across the Bay to the New Brunswick coast, where the mountains literally drop into the sea!
One night Carleton

Day 9: Rivière du Loup
Returning across the neck of the Gaspé Peninsula to the south shore of the St Lawrence for an overnight stay in Rivière du Loup. If time permits, stop at the Parc National du Bic, a small but beautiful Park.
Optional opportunity to spend a night in a lighthouse here!
One night Rivière du Loup

Day 10: Québec City
Return to the city – either dropping the car and returning home or adding further exploration of this unique Province

This itinerary works equally well in reverse and can be added to either a more extensive Quebec itinerary, or to continue on to New Brunswick and the Atlantic Canada provinces.

All photographs © Ministère du Tourisme du Québec

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Chic Choc Mountain Lodge is located high in the Chic Choc Mountains.  Inaccessible with your own vehicle, this mountain retreat is the perfect hide-away either for an active mountain break or a relaxed day or two with lovely surroundings.
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‘What a perfect place to stay.  Our early morning hike in search of the elusive caribou was excellent and we were rewarded with a sighting of a big male’

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Region: Eastern Canada

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Eastern Canada – Ontario, Quebec, Niagara Falls

Contrary to popular belief, Eastern Canada refers to the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec, and is home to the cosmopolitan and vibrant cities of Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec. But move away from the cities to discover a world of stunning lakes, rolling hills and much, much more. No visit to Ontario would be complete without a trip to Niagara Falls, but don’t forget the Muskoko Lakes and Algonquin Park – a perfect mix of city and countryside. Combine with Quebec Province, or visit Quebec on its own – that wonderful French-Canadian drawl immediately warms the heart and draws the visitor in to the totally individual nature of the Quebecois. Consider Quebec also for a Fall Foliage holiday – an excellent alternative to New England.

To see some ideas for a visit to this extraordinary region, click on the links

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Two Centre City break: Montreal and Quebec City

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A tale of two cities similar in some ways, worlds apart in others – Montreal and Quebec in Canada – linked by a common theme – the lovely Quebecois people, so proud of their Province, language and personality.

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Two Centre City break: Montreal and Quebec City

Day 1: London to Montréal
Day 4: Montréal to Québec City
Day 7: Québec City to Montréal to London

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The Province of Québec is a province of many enchanting pieces, rather like a jigsaw puzzle – the central part of the puzzle is the mighty St Lawrence as it wends its way from the North Atlantic through to the Great Lakes. Along its shores lie the great cities of Montréal and Québec – and it is these cities that form the basis of most itinerary ideas. A common tongue is where the similarity ends. A two centre city break combines the modern cosmopolitan Montréal, with the romantic old walled city of Québec. Three nights in each, linked by rail or air.

Day 1: London to Montréal
A choice of airline takes you on a direct daily flight from Heathrow; just a short flight, less than 7 hours. Three night stay in the city on arrival.

There are plenty of opportunities to explore with excursions by bus or boat, plus an excellent transport system to get you around the city. Although this is a cosmopolitan city, there are lots of beautiful historic buildings to visit, including the Notre Dame Basilica and Place Jacques Cartier. Wander up to Sherbrooke Street and browse in the designer boutiques, trend-setting art galleries and museums, including the prestigious Museum of Fine Arts in the Museum Quarter. Stroll east and enter Chinatown. Or perhaps take a guided cycle tour of the city – whilst a visit to Atwater Market is a must for gastronomes.
Three nights Montréal

Day 4: Montréal to Québec City
A choice today as you move from Montréal to Québec City. The rail link offers several choices of departure time through the day, and takes approximately 3 hours. Alternatively, return to the airport and take the short internal flight between the cities.

Explore the winding side streets of this UNESCO world heritage site on foot or in a horse-drawn carriage, stroll through its oldest neighbourhoods – Petit Champlain, Place-Royale and the Old Port. The City still retains its French heritage, and has a romantic Parisian feel – and its gourmet reputation is well deserved!

A short distance out of town, and linked by local public transport services, the Montmorency Falls are well worth a visit. For a summer visit, hire a bike, and cycle out on the well maintained cycle ways.

Consider also a visit to Wendake, and immerse yourself in the traditions and contemporary culture of Québec’s only Huron-Wendat community. Perhaps include a whale watching or include an excursion to the Island of Orléans
Three nights Québec City

Day 7: Québec City to Montréal to London
Return to Montréal by rail or air, and connect through on your homeward flight to London – arriving home the following morning.

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Check the schedule, but plan to see the son et lumiere show at the Notre Dame Basilica in Montreal.  Alternatively, check out the schedules for Cirque du Soleil which has its roots in the little town of Baie-St-Paul, a few miles north east of Quebec City on the St Lawrence.

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Eastern Canada Itinerary

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Combine the beauty of the Ontario and Québec countryside with the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Toronto and Montréal.  Go Zip Lining across the 272ft high Montmorency Falls, Jet-boating on the Lachine Rapids, see the Great Blue Whale on a whale-watching cruise from Tadoussac…

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Day 1: Arrive Montréal
Day 3: North Hatley
Day 3: North Hatley
Day 5: Québec City
Day 7: Laurentians
Day 9: Ottawa
Day 10: Huntsville
Day 12: Toronto
Day 14: Niagara on the Lake
Day 15: Niagara Falls
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Combine the beauty of the Ontario and Québec countryside with the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Toronto and Montréal.  Go Zip Lining across the 272ft high Montmorency Falls, Jet-boating on the Lachine Rapids, see the Great Blue Whale on a whale-watching cruise from Tadoussac. Enjoy winter sport at its best, with snowmobile trails, dogsledding, snow rafting, snowshoeing and snowboarding – plus skiing in the world-class resorts of Tremblant and Charlevoix. Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Quebec City all make superb weekend break destinations and all are linked by a good rail network if you do not want to drive all the time.  For some excellent shopping opportunities, Montreal and Toronto both boast underground walkways – especially good if using this as a Christmas shopping trip and are not keen on the cold.

Day 1: Arrive Montréal
Sightseeing includes St Patrick’s Cathedral, the Biodome, the Botanical Garden, Mont Royale, Notre Dame and the old Waterfront.
Two nights Montréal

Day 3: North Hatley
Drive south towards the border with Vermont, USA. The surrounding countryside with lakes and small villages is reminiscent of New England. Late September and early October offers dazzling displays of red and gold as the maple and the aspen don their autumn colours.
Two nights North Hatley

Day 3: North Hatley
Drive south towards the border with Vermont, USA. The surrounding countryside with lakes and small villages is reminiscent of New England. Late September and early October offers dazzling displays of red and gold as the maple and the aspen don their autumn colours.
Two nights North Hatley

Day 5: Québec City
Drive to Québec City overlooking the St. Lawrence. Old walled Québec has Montmartre-style narrow streets and pavement cafes. Sights include the Citadel, the Plains of Abraham and the shrine of St Anne de Beaupre. The majestic Chateau Frontenac reigns supreme on the turreted skyline of Old Québec.
Two nights Québec City

Day 7: Laurentians
Drive the north shore of the St. Lawrence Seaway skirting Montreal. The scenic Laurentian Mountains are stunning in autumn.
Two nights Mont Tremblant

Day 9: Ottawa
Drive to Ottawa – Canada’s capital. See the Byward Market, Parliament Building, and the National Art Gallery. White water rafting is available nearby for the more energetic.
One night Ottawa

Day 10: Huntsville
Drive through the Algonquin Provincial Park. Visit the Muskoka Lakes region for touring, walks, relaxation and boating.
Two nights in a lakeside resort

Day 12: Toronto
Arrive in Toronto – the commercial hub of eastern Canada. Take a harbour cruise, shop in the famous Eaton Centre, or enjoy a revolving lunch or dinner at the top of CN Tower.
Two nights Toronto

Day 14: Niagara on the Lake
Drive to Niagara on the Lake, an attractive small lakeside town that is the centre for the annual theatrical Shaw Festival.
One night Niagara on the Lake

Day 15: Niagara Falls
Drive to the famous Falls takes you through attractive gardens and wineries en route. Enjoy a trip on the Maid of the Mist launch and have lunch up the Skylon Tower for an even better view of the Horseshoe Falls and Niagara River.

Drive on to Toronto Airport and fly home.

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For city enthusiasts, Quebec City is the jewel of this itinerary.  Its fairy-tale skyline, old city walls and associated history make this a must do.  Save your visit for the winter months and pretty Petit Champlain transforms into a twinkly snow covered scene – straight out of the movies.
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We had a fantastic time in Canada. We saw and experienced so much that I hardly know where to start. The hotels were top class (!)  Highlights were Niagara Falls, the wildlife (bears, beavers and whales in the wild, plus the ones at the Biodome in Montreal), Quebec, the botanical gardens at Montreal (absolutely superb!). All the arrangements worked perfectly. Only once did things threaten to go off plan when there was a fire alarm at our hotel in Ottawa and everyone had to evacuate. Fortunately we had packed early and were about to leave anyway, so we made a quick exit down the fire escape with our cases and made it in plenty of time for our train and limo.

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