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    The perfect hiker’s guide to Saint-Donat

    The Saint-Donat region has more than 70 circuits spread over more than 200 kilometers of trails accessible free of charge on its territory. As the first municipality in Canada to obtain the “Inhabited Natural Park” territorial mark, Saint-Donat wishes to remain a destination of choice for outdoor enthusiasts like you. If you wish to extend your stay in t...

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    Practical guide to sharing watercourses in Saint-Donat

    Saint-Donat is certainly the ideal place to practice water activities (in French) during the summer season, whether it’s for a day, a week or for life! With 81 lakes, 33 of which cover an area of ​​over one hectare, it is the perfect playground for canoeing, kayaking, boating and swimming. Saint-Donat is also a pioneer in the protection of water bodies...

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    A mountain of history

    By Violaine Ballivy – La Presse More than 70 years ago, a bomber with 24 young Canadian soldiers crashed on the slopes of the Montagne Noire, in Lanaudière – one of the worst tragedies of its kind in Canada. The wreck mysteriously remained hidden in the forest for three years before it was finally discovered. It now attracts hikers – an...

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    Hiking the hills of Saint-Donat

    By: Simon Diotte – Article appeared on the Canoë site When I announced to the municipality of Saint-Donat, Lanaudière, that I intended to do a story about hiking on their territory, my request for information was not taken lightly. Rather, it was even delegated to the Mayor in person, Joé Deslauriers, to accompany me on the trails. It’s just that in t...

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    Lanaudière flamboyant discovery : Sentier du Cap de la Fée

    By Anne Pélouas, Magasine Géo plein air, January 2015 There are some small corners of Québec where one goes and returns every winter without ever exhausting one’s ’natural’ resources. The same occurs in the Saint-Donat region, Lanaudière. The latest flamboyant discovery is: le sentier du Cap de la Fée, which overlooks superb Lac Archambault in exa...

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