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Cultural Visits

The Covered Bridges

Discover and admire the four covered bridges of the Regional County Municipality of Antoine-Labelle.

The Armand-Lachaîne Bridge:  Renovated in the 1930s, the bridge is located on Route 311 North in Chute-Saint-Philippe.

The covered bridge of La Macaza:   Built in 1904, the bridge is located on Chemin des Pionniers. Interpretation panels on site.

The covered bridges of Ferme-Rouge:  On Chemin Kiamika, between Saint-Aimé-du-Lac-des-Îles and Kiamika.  Unique in Quebec, the twin bridges were built in 1903. Picnic tables, interpretation panels, sculpture of Jos Montferrand by Roger Langevin, nice view of the Lièvre river.

Touring on foot, by bicycle or by car

Circuits des légendes


By bicycle or by car, discover nine original legends displayed on panels in nine points of interest in the municipality.

Circuit pédestre des rues de Mont-Laurier

Société d’histoire et de généalogie des Hautes-Laurentides
(Historical and genealogical society)

385, rue du Pont
Mont-Laurier QC J9L 2R5
819 623-1900

A one hour walking tour of Mont-Laurier, offered twice daily throughout the summer season.  From Wednesday through Sunday, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Circuit du patrimoine

2150, chemin Tour-du-Lac
Nominingue QC J0W 1R0

Start your heritage walking tour at the Nominingue train station.  Discover the town’s most beautiful treasures through a series of interpretation panels.

The "P'tit train du Nord" Linear Park

A series of 46 interpretation panels will take you through the history of the region as you cycle the 88 km of the park between La Macaza and Mont-Laurier.