Quebec, Canada


Fairmont Le Château Frontenac

The Château is a grand hotel in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1980.

Prior to the building of the hotel, the site was occupied by the Château Haldimand, residence of the British colonial governors of Lower Canada and Quebec.

The Château dominates the skyline of Quebec City. It is perched on a hill making its massive size visible as you approach the city.




In rural Quebec there are many rivers and lakes bordered by forests. Camping, hiking, fishing, and lovers of outdoor pursuits will love this region.

Here you can lose yourself and truly get away from it all. There is a network of small communities slowly growing and developing as they diversify. Predominately, the land is open and undeveloped.



St. Lawrence and Developed Areas

From the St. Lawrence River to the borders of New Brunswick and the state of Maine, Quebec is a diverse landscape.

Hit the slopes at Mont Tremblant or Mont Ste Anne in the winter. Camp in forested parks in the summer. Travel through the color show of fall forest. Hunt wildflowers in the spring.

Quebec is a richly diverse environment.


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