Chemin du Terroir

The Chemin du Terroir is a 226-km loop through the countryside in the south-western portion of the Laurentian region between Lake of Two Mountains, the Ottawa River and the Rivière du Nord. You can reach the circuit by autoroute or, to add some fun, by the Hudson-Oka ferry between April and November. Wine, cider, honey, maple products, orchards, cheese makers, lavendar fields and even treasures from our heritage, such as the superb Légaré mill in Vieux-Saint-Eustache that has been milling flour for 250 years! For activities for the entire family, or exploring with friends, the Chemin du Terroir promises wonderful discoveries.
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  • EASTERN TOWNSHIPS

  • The Wine Route

    The Eastern Townships - the cradle of viticulture in Québec
    In the heart of Brome-Missisquoi, the soils and the microclimate have helped create a terroir perfectly suited to growing grapes. There are now 18 wine producers ready to welcome you, in a truly enchanting setting along La Route des Vins.
     

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  • MONTÉRÉGIE

  • The Cider Route

    The Montérégie - Québec’s huge orchard!
    The Montérégie is known and recognized for its fruit orchards, and especially for its apple production. The region produces about sixty different ciders each year. Sparkling or still, ice cider or aperitif, follow the Route des cidres and its 14 stopping points to take you to the ciders of Québec.
     

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