The Parc of the 'Gorges de Coaticook' is a beautifull park where you can hike in a beautifull environment with animals, walk on a VERY HIGH suspended bridge, see the area a top some towers and do all sorts of other fun stuff!
You can also do horseback riding.
Don't be stupid and fall in the water like i did...
Made famous because of the great cheese they make, the monks of the St-Benoit-du-lac abbey will welcome you either for a religious pilgrimage, if you seek a place to rest or just to enjoy hearing them sing and taster their famous cheese, apples and all other products they make. You can also have lunch with them. But they usually don't talk..even thougth some are actually quite chatty if you ask them questions.They sing 6 times a day and it's free to hear them.
BY THE WAY: DON'T DO LIKE THE IDIOTS WE SAW THE OTHER DAY OFF FROM THEIR BUS FROM BUSHLAND AMERICA AND TAKE PICTURES DURING THE CEREMONY! NO PICTURES DURING THE CEREMONY!! Some people just have no respect..
(P.S: This abbey is the only building in the St-Benoit-Du-Lac Town, which is the town in quebec with the lowest birthrate..get it??)
This is the region where you'll find the best skiing in Quebec (I find).
Even thought some of the hills are not open at night, the reason why I like this area is because of all the amount of NATURAL snow. BIG POWDER (well..for eastern standards anyways..)
Much less crowded than Tremblant and the rest of the laurentians, these hills are treasures for skiers looking for challenging terrain and natural snow in a beautifuly well kept environment.
Vineyard : Le cep d'argent : Fopr 5$CAN, you can visit it and learn more about their products (very good and exclusive and you can taste a few of their product.
The Eastern townships are filled with beautifull parks! Endulge yourself to a nice relaxing walk in nature! Sure beats the city air to me..