Curious Nature Montrealers in Beauce: a stay of discoveries and surprises
Used to taking trips around Montreal, we had never set foot in Beauce, in Chaudière-Appalaches. After packing our bags, we hit the road to explore this region with the family for a weekend. We were won over!
Maude Goyer• September 23, 2021
Picnic stops along the Route de la Beauce
Finally, it's decided! You have chosen to travel the 140 km of the Route de la Beauce this summer, to meet the famous Beaucerons while following the curves of the Rivière Chaudière. What you don't know yet is that the landscapes of the Beauceronne valley and the friendly encounters you will make on your way will whet your appetite! Luckily, several stops perfect for picnicking criss-cross your route. Here are a few to discover.
Destination Beauce• July 22, 2020
Curious Nature The mysteries of Saint-Paul-de-Cumberland
Hidden in Saint-Simon-Les-Mines is a beautiful English style garden, the Harbottle Garden.
Amy Bergeron• August 6, 2018
Active Nature Domaine Taschereau-Parc Nature - One of Mathieu’s favourites!
Venture into a flood plain at the heart of the Chaudière river!
Mathieu Hallé• November 27, 2017
Snowshoe trails for the whole family
Snowshoeing is a family activity par excellence. Here are some trails the whole family will enjoy on your next outing!
Stéphane Bourque• December 21, 2021
Curious Nature The Route de la Beauce in landscape mode
Everyone knows the Beauce. Whether for its legendary population, its singular accent, for its strong entrepreneurial side, its dynamism in the agricultural sector and of course maple syrup (mmmm of good maple syrup). Today, I invite you to discover this beautiful sector of the Chaudière-Appalaches through its landscapes along the brand new Route de la Beauce!
Stéphanie Allard• April 24, 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.
Sara-Émilie Laurin• September 22, 2020