Val-David is one of the most picturesque Village in the Laurentians. It is recognized as a paradise for outdoor sports enthusiasts in Quebec; is renowned for the quality of it’s rock climbing surfaces and home to best-known marketplace for artisans and craftspeople selling handmade crafts. Public markets are open year-round.
Just a few Tourist Attractions that can be found in this town are Le P’tit Train du Nord Linear Park, Val-David-Val-Morin Regional Park, The Summer Market, 1001 POTS, Au Petit Poucet Restaurant and many more.
Sainte-Marguerite-du-Lac-Masson is another town near The Domain where you can find outdoor activities year long. In the heart of the city lies Lake Masson. In summer you can practice different water sports and in winter the lake becomes a skating rink of 8.1 km. Snowmobile trails, sledding, cross-country skiing trails are just a few of the winter activities that can be enjoyed. Sainte-Marguerite-du-Lac-Masson is best known for their Marina, The Viking Resort and The Esterel Resort.
The Laurentians region is a four-season resort destination of international caliber, offering a multitude of outdoor activities and festivals located minutes north of Montreal, covering nearly 22,000 square kilometers of territory and located in the southern part of Quebec. The territory extends South to North of the Mille-Iles River to the large Territories north of Mont-Laurier Region and West to East, from the limits of the Outaouais area to the boundaries of the Lanaudière and the Mauricie areas. Renowned its landscapes and its natural setting, you’ll become completely mesmerized by its beauty.
The Laurentian Region was forged by the courage of its pioneers: Native Americans, French, Irish and Scots. From it’s first settlers, who were very confident in the future, to tourists from around the world, the Laurentians Region has experienced exceptional growth and development. Many visitors and Laurentian lovers have chosen to establish their second home here, to enjoy its many attractions, to come practice their favourite sporting activity all year round and to enjoy the beauty of its unique landscapes.
Open your eyes and take a deep breath! Let nature transport you into a unique universe. Come and find your special corner of the Laurentians to which we are sure you’ll want to keep coming back: it’s one of North America’s true natural paradises. Beautiful parks for a pleasant adventure. Visit art galleries, exhibition halls, antique shops and rich architectural heritage, for history buffs.
Foodies will also be thrilled with the many opportunities to enjoy the pleasures of the table. Val-David and Ste-Marguerite offer a variety of gourmet restaurants to satisfy all appetites. Year round there are plenty of events in the Laurentians. Music and dance lovers will groove to the beat at the many festivities and experience the creativity of local and visiting artists.
Take a well-deserved break in a setting full of beautiful havens of relaxation at the Spa.
Experience cycling, cross-country skiing or snowmobiling along one of the largest linear parks in North America “Le P’tit Train du Nord” 200 km of adventure, borrowing the old railway line linking Saint-Jérôme to Mont-Laurier in an exceptional environment.
So, come and find your special corner of the Laurentians to which we are sure you’ll want to keep coming back: to the south west, “Les Portes des Laurentides”, which includes Deux-Montagnes, Mirabel, Argenteuil and Thérèse-De-Blainville, or the “Heart of the Laurentians” with the Rivière-du-Nord, Pays-d’en Haut, and to the north, “Les Hautes Laurentides”Antoine-Labelle sector.
Quebecers have a popular saying when they talk about the Laurentians, they “go up North”. This saying is synonymous of holiday memories, pleasures and adventures year long: hot summers, blazing fall, winter white magic and romantic springs. Weather you’re a couple, a family or single, we invite you to come make your dreams come true and to live the unforgettable, in the Laurentians. One visit at The Domaine des 4 Collines will conquer the heart of the most fervent city-dweller.