What to do in Mauricie

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The region offers a wide range of tourist, cultural, sporting, and historical activities and attractions. The Chemin du Roy, Canada’s first carriage road, which hugs the Fleuve Saint-Laurent, crosses Trois-Rivières halfway between Montréal and Québec. We also find museums, pedestrian paths and trails, golf courses, agrotourism farms, religious sites, a national park, two wildlife reserves and controlled harvesting zones.

A number of large-scale festivals and events enliven the region during both the summer and winter months, for example the Festival de la galette de sarrasin (buckwheat pancake festival), the International Classic Canoe Race of Mauricie, and the celebrated Festival western de Saint-Tite (country and western festival), which has put the region on the map.