Chaudière-Appalaches has many bike trails, enabling cyclists to tour the entire region.
Visitors can admire the architecture of manors, seigneuries, ancestral homes and mills dating from the 19th century that bear witness to the colonization of New France. They can also take a trip to Grosse-Île, where thousands of Irish immigrants were quarantined before continuing their North American journey.
The region is also known for its wood carvings, a genuine jewel of Québec heritage, and for its geological resources.
Visitors to the Chaudière-Appalaches region can enjoy many outdoor activities in two regional parks and a national park and take advantage of a vast network of snowmobile trails as well.