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    Because it is a very large river that runs through Quebec and Montreal before dumping into Lake Ontario, it will depend where you may be specifically referring to and type of activities you like. Starting from the east, I recall a fab trip (in winter) to Petit Saguenay and Tadoussac. Nearby but further west, there's the Charlevoix area (national parks and protected biosphere) where you can kayak, hike, camp etc. IN winter there's dramatic skiing on Le Massif which has ski runs that essentially stop at the river. Heading further west is lovely Quebec city with plenty to do in both the city and along the river. Montreal also offers a lot of river activity....keep heading west and you'll wend through the 1,000 Island region (yes,like the salad dressing!) with lots of lovely towns dotting the river and eventually end up in Lake Ontario and the Toronto region. over 7 years ago

    Answered by Tunnsey via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    I love traveling by train in Canada because it is safe,easy, full of fabulous sites to see out the window and you get a flavor of local life all at a reasonable rate. Favorite haunts along the St Lawrence in Canada are Quebec City especially in winter - it is magical! and it is always great to be in Montreal, a cosmopolitan city that is easy to navigate through public transportation and has a plethora of delightful restaurants for all budgets. over 7 years ago

    Answered by judith harris judith harris via Site_iconTravellr.com

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