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Explore the Haut-Saint-Laurent this summer

With the 2022 summer tourism season at our doors, the MRC du Haut-Saint-Laurent is releasing a new version of its tourism guide.

“The contribution of tourism and agritourism to the Haut-Saint-Laurent economy is well-known and recognized by all,” says MRC director general, Pierre Caza. “The MRC du Haut-Saint-Laurent is pleased to collaborate in the development and promotion of several businesses and organizations, as well as numerous local events, festivals, and activities, that are at the heart of our shared rural identity.”
In a press release, the MRC highlights several partnerships with major tourism organizations including Tourisme Montérégie and La Montérégie, le Garde-Manger du Québec, which ensure the region is well represented at the regional and provincial level. At the local level, the MRC publishes its annual tourism guide and is involved with many organization and various events.

The guide features over 120 regional attractions, as well as information on where to eat and sleep in the area, cycling routes, exciting outings, and adventures.
“The tourism guide is an essential tool for visitors to the area, but also for locals to discover or rediscover all there is to do at home in the Haut-Saint-Laurent,” says Sarah Rennie, the tourism development officer for the MRC.

The 2022 edition of the tourism guide will be available at all 13 town halls in the MRC, as well as local businesses and attractions. The guide will also be available at the MRC’s mobile tourism and information kiosk at the Huntingdon County Farmer’s Market on Wednesdays in Huntingdon, and at local events and activities throughout the summer.

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