Travelzoo's Ultimate Crowdsourced Road Trip: Quebec Tips
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We heard you loud and clear: The No. 1 thing on Travelzoo members' minds this summer, based on recent polls, is a classic Canadian road trip. But it takes insight and planning to make one truly great.
That's why we went to you to crowdsource the country’s top destinations with input from Travelzoo members from coast to coast. We pooled the collection of Canadian experiences and curated an interactive map with regional highlights, plus insider tips on what to do and see to maximize your fun.
For those ready to hit the road, here are the Travelzoo member tips for Quebec.
Get Off the Beaten Track in Mont Tremblant
"There’s so much to do in the Mont Tremblant Village that it’s easy to forget about other activities in the area. A few minutes' walk from the Village is a lake cruise by Les Croisieres Mont Tremblant. Enjoy the tranquility of the lake and learn about the region's history on an hourlong boat cruise on Lake Tremblant." — Lilia, Travelzoo Member
Go Chasing Waterfalls Outside of Quebec, City
"Everything within the walls of Old Quebec City is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site — it’s the oldest walled city in North America — and the only way to really experience old Quebec City is on foot. For incredible views of the city head to the Citadelle — a bastion-style fortress and active military base atop Cap Diamant. It's perfect for history buffs, families and photographers, plus tours of the residence are free. For a unique experience, get off the beaten path and head 15 minutes outside of the city to reach Montmorency Falls, an 83-metre-high waterfall on the Montmorency River (1.5 times the height of Niagara Falls)." — Sou, Travelzoo Member
Explore the Eastern Townships
"For first-time visitors, embark on the Townships Trail. This designated route will lead you through 31 picturesque towns, grand Victorian houses, and charming covered bridges. Every Canadian knows the key to great poutine is the cheese curd. On the trail, make a stop at Fromagerie La Station in Compton. We suggest you try the Comtomme cheese; its creamy melting texture is a match made in heaven for warm gravy and crispy fries." — Will, Travelzoo Member
Try Something New in Gatineau Park
"Head to Wakefield in the Gatineau Park region to find the Great Canadian Bungee's Goliath, the highest bungee jump in North America at 200 feet. Not really your thing? Try zip lining instead. The site includes a 1,015-foot zip line that goes over a crystal-clear lagoon. " — Brittney, Travelzoo Member