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Tourisme Laurentides

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Destination Marketing Organization, budget between 0.5M and 15M

Tourism Laurentians has the mandate to promote the Laurentian region located one hour north of Montréal.The Laurentians, an international 4-season destination is a leader in tourism, renowned for its great outdoors, is located in proximity to three major cities: Montréal, Ottawa and Québec City, a great complement to an urban experience.

The region has 12 ski centres including famous Tremblant, many Nordic spas, 40 golf courses, 1,055 km of cross country trails, 2 473 km of snowmobile trails, Le Chemin du Terroir, a signposted trail featuring the region’s terroir and a vast selection of outdoor activities, as well as La Route des Belles-Histoires featuring the history of the region. The Laurentians are also unique for the largest protected area in Québec including Mont-Tremblant and Oka National Parks, Kiamika regional Park, Montagne du Diable Regional Park, the longest cycling trail in Canada "Le P’tit Train du Nord" linear park, as well as one of the largest night skiing acreage in the world, the Saint-Sauveur Valley.