THE LAURENTIANS, QUEBEC
The area, which is a component of the vast Canadian Shield and spans much of Quebec north of the St. Lawrence River, gets its name from the mountain range that runs down its northern side. The Laurentians, which encompass 22,000 km and are home to lakes, maple and pine woods, and mountains above all else, are Quebec's Cottage Country and a major alpine ski destination in eastern Canada.
Before the French arrived in the first half of the 19th century and began to build an agricultural presence throughout the valleys, the region was inhabited by the Montagnais First Nations people. The region gained popularity as a tourist destination in the 20th century thanks to a cottage and lake in the summer, as well as cross-country skiing and cross-country during the winter.
If ever you do plan to come here, we assure that you can be able to fall in love with the place and also create some of the splendid memories in your life by being engulfed in the nature that shall take your breath away.