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What to Do in Winter

What Animals Can You Observe in Eastern Québec in the Winter?

   |   By Marie-Eve Lagacé

During the cold season, the natural areas in the maritime regions of Québec continue to teem with life. Of course, you’ll find outdoor enthusiasts skiing and snowshoeing in these areas, but small (and large) animals also frequent these places! Keep reading to discover some of the wildlife you may encounter during your winter excursions in Eastern Québec!

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Unusual Accommodations: Experience Winter in Québec in a Different Way

   |   By Jean-Pascal Côté, Le Québec maritime

Winter is a beautiful time of year to visit the province of Québec—and there are many ways for you to make the most of this season! To add a touch of magic to your winter adventures, have you considered staying in unusual accommodations in the maritime regions of Québec? Here are some lodging options that will add another dimension to your trip!

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3 Good Reasons to Stop in Percé on a Snowmobile Trip

   |   By Marie-Eve Lagacé

Gaspésie is particularly magical in the winter, and Percé, at the tip of the peninsula, is no exception! A popular destination in the summer and fall, this area also has lots to offer once it’s covered in a blanket of snow. Keep reading to find out why you should stop in Percé during your next snowmobile trip in this region.

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What to See by Snowmobile in Eastern Québec: Lake Témiscouata

   |   By Marie-Eve Lagacé

Bas-Saint-Laurent obviously has a maritime side to it, with snowmobile trails that run along the coast, but there are also some real gems hidden inland. Through the lush forest, you will encounter several frozen bodies of water, including majestic Lake Témiscouata. Discover what’s so special about this lake and where to go to admire it!

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What to See by Snowmobile in Eastern Québec: Chaleur Bay

   |   By Marie-Eve Lagacé

In the winter, snow-covered forests and mountains border the sea in Gaspésie. If you ride along the south shore of this region, you’ll have several opportunities to admire Chaleur Bay, a member of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World Club! You may have already visited this area in the summer, but did you know that it’s just as beautiful in the cold season?

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