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Lanaudiere is paradise for nature lovers with its diverse landscapes: the region encompasses forests, untouched wilderness, wide-open plains, mountains, waterfalls, beaches and 10,000 lakes and rivers! With its beautiful scenery and perfect settings for outdoor activities, the Lanaudiere region is a great place to book a vacation rental. In the summer months, a Lanaudiere cottage rental or bed and breakfast is a great home base from which to enjoy hiking, cycling, canoeing, kayaking, rock climbing, horseback riding, swimming and golfing in the region. In the winter, there are several ski chalets for rent in Lanaudiere near top ATV, snowmobiling, downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, sledding and snowshoeing areas. Lanaudiere Cottage rentals and Lanaudiere Chalet rentals are a terrific way to enjoy the unique area and experience this scenic destination.
Right in Montreal’s backyard, situated on the fertile northern shores of the Saint-Lawrence River, is Lanaudière, one of Quebec’s most coveted wilderness destinations. With cottage rentals scattered among its 10,000 lakes, rivers, and streams, Lanaudière abounds with natural attractions and outdoor activities.
Close to Mont-Tremblant National Park and the Wildlife Reserves of Rouge-Matawin and Mastigouche, the area is a hub of outdoor adventure. Snowmobilers, cross-country skiers and snowshoers will delight in the region’s renowned winter trails, while summer offers endless opportunities to hike, mountain bike and horseback ride. The nearby Mont Tremblant Ski Resort is an internationally acclaimed alpine resort. and golf enthusiasts will be well served at any of the area’s 15 courses.
Lanaudière is dotted with charming boutiques and art galleries that display and sell local artisans’ work, and is noted for its fine food, including locally produced cheese. As a main producer of maple syrup, the region is also the perfect place to tour a maple farm and sample its products. Further, the town plays host to the Festival de Lanaudière each year.
Just outside of Montréal, Lanaudière is a popular place to rent a cottage in Quebec.