Curious Nature Sarah and Stephanie in search of fall colors in Beauce!
Every fall, it's like a ritual, I go on the road with my friend and the best photographer, Stéphanie Allard, in search of colors. We left a friday morning in late September and we drove to the Beauce, in the heights. Here are some memories of our ch…
Written on September 25, 2020
Curious Nature Fall road trip on the Route de la Beauce
Under a beautiful hot sun at the beginning of fall, we set out to explore the Route de la Beauce. We were ready to let ourselves be charmed by the bucolic landscapes, the twists of the Chaudière River and especially by the legendary Beaucerons.
Written on September 22, 2020
Foody Nature - Curious Nature Saint-Jean-Port-Joli on a whim
Going on a roadtrip to spend the day in St-jean-Port-Joli, that's a great way to start a week!
Written on September 18, 2020
Curious Nature Slow moto in Beauce
Earlier this summer, a friend of mine came to join me in Beauce on a motorcycle. The next day, we each go on our motorcycles and I make him discover this area of Quebec that he knows little.
Written on September 11, 2020
Active Nature A night in a CoolBox and much more at Domaine du Radar!
The Domaine du Radar in Saint-Sylvestre really has everything to go have fun with the family and this, 4 seasons! Not only is it a unique place to practice winter activities of all kinds, the summer is not left out with the beach, the hiking trails …
Written on September 8, 2020
Foody Nature The famous 4 fruit pie from the verger à Ti-Paul
A gift that creates addiction.
Written on September 1, 2020
Foody Nature The cream and maple sugar pie from Boulangerie Sibuet: “Succrulente! "
By our fault, we tasted it like 3-4 days after we purchased it. And that was something! I hardly dare imagine coming out of the oven.
Written on August 24, 2020
Curious Nature An exploration game about garden gnomes and butterfly fairies, the perfect way to spend a fun Sunday with the family!
I have always been fascinated by garden gnomes. These beautiful little creatures, guardians of nature, bring a touch of whimsy to gardens. When I learned that there was an exploration game about gnomes and butterfly fairies in one of the most beauti…
Written on August 24, 2020
Active Nature Kim's experience at Parc des Sept-Chutes
Want to enjoy nature and beautiful landscapes while staying in the city? Want to go hiking, running, cycling or even a game of volleyball with friends? All this is possible in one place : Parc des Sept-Chutes! This park is a classic and a must to vi…
Written on August 17, 2020
Curious Nature Open sky !
In collaboration with Beauce Art, the city of Saint-Georges hosts an annual sculpture symposium downtown. Beauce Art's mandate is to create a permanent route of public exposed works constituting a cultural heritage of international renown. Come and …
Written on August 17, 2020
Foody Nature Feel like you're on vacation even on weeknights!
I am fortunate to live close to Chemin Vire-Crêpes in Saint-Nicolas, in the western sector of Lévis. On this path, we find several agricultural producers who come together under the name of Chemin de la Fraîcheur. One company that the whole family i…
Written on August 13, 2020
Curious Nature Musée de la mémoire vivante : the discovery of the intangible heritage of yesterday and today!
Reminding us of our origins or our childhood memories, this is an experience of visiting the Musée de la mémoire vivante, a museum dedicated to the person and which preserves intangible heritage. New for this year, the innovation Tower, features a v…
Updated on February 10, 2023
Curious Nature The Musée maritime du Québec - Capitaine J.E. Bernier: a must on the Route des Navigateurs
The Musée maritime du Québec - Capitaine J.E. Bernier is a must stop on the Route des Navigateurs to make an appointment with the St. Lawrence River and fill up on maritime discoveries!
Written on July 27, 2020
Rencontres inspirantes Go Van on a roadtrip on the Route de la Beauce
There is nothing like a road trip in Beauce to discover the essence of this region, for which the inhabitants make the reputation.
Written on July 23, 2020
Active Nature - Curious Nature Escape by vélorail!
Rails, bicycles, the concept of a pedalo and a beautiful lake. The discovery of the Vélorails de Beaulac-Garthby is the unusual family activity par excellence of the summer. Here are some testimonials from people who enjoyed this unique outing durin…
Updated on March 17, 2023
Active Nature Hiking and swimming at the Parc du Massif du Sud
Imagine this, it's a hot summer day, and you are out with some of your colleagues. Is there a better way to enjoy it than going for a hike, have a picnic at the edge of a waterfall, and enjoy a little swim to cool off? Here is the story of this perf…
Written on July 20, 2020
Active Nature Splish splash in the Etchemins!
Who says water slides, says happiness, laughter and fun! In recent years, the Etchemins sector, more specifically the municipality of Lac-Etchemin, has greatly developed its offer with the creation of a new campsite and the expansion of the aquatic …
Updated on March 8, 2023
Curious Nature Let's explore the Route des Vallons et des Lacs
The Route des Vallons et des Lacs! As its name suggests, as you travel it you will discover rolling landscapes and have access to some of the most beautiful lakes in our region. Lakes, rivers, covered bridges, winding roads, beautiful country houses…
Written on June 8, 2020
Active Nature Two days in quad in L'Islet
I have always liked machines like quad bikes and snowmobiles. I learned when I was young to take them to my grandparents' chalet. I like the feeling of freedom that it gives us. We ride in nature, we reach places that would otherwise be difficult to…
Written on May 28, 2020
Active Nature Father and son initiation to long-distance hiking: mission accomplished!
Parc de la Gaspésie, Sentier des caps, Traversée de Charlevoix: there is more than one option for long-distance hikes in the Belle Province! The only problem when you want to live this experience with your 12-year-old son without discouraging him is…
Written on May 19, 2020