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A local European-style Crèmerie

A rare, upscale taste treat is now available in Mont-Tremblant: gelato. Come experience European refinement and get to know the two master ice cream makers, Mario St-Laurent and Diane Bélanger,…

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Collaborative agriculture according to Jardin Cent Pépins

In the autumn of 2017, eight young farmers who specialize in growing organic vegetables, herbalism and permaculture rented a five-acre field In Mont- Tremblant. Since then they’ve been using it…

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Rock climbing in the Laurentians

The small town of Chamonix, nestled at the foot of France’s Mont Blanc, is recognized as the world capital of mountain climbing. It all started in 1786 with the first…

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Trail running tips and technique

Highway driving is different from off-roading. The same holds true for running on a paved surface and trail running. Working a wide range of muscles The terrain is irregular and…

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Conviviality in your glass

La Quille Graves This white Bordeaux boasting the Graves appellation comes from the Cérons commune, known for its mellow white wines. Destined by its characteristics to create dessert wines, the…

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Discovering local vegetables

Summer’s almost here and we finally have a wider variety of fresh, local vegetables. Here’s a short overview of what our soil will provide in the coming weeks, and how…

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This summer, the kids will be back at the Domaine!

Are you aware that one of the goals of the Domaine Saint-Bernard is to let kids experience life outdoors through participation in supervised activities that contribute to their development and…

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Do we have to eliminate the mosquitoes?

Summer’s arrival coincides with the emergence of mosquitoes. These biting insects annoy outdoors enthusiasts, forest workers, and animals both domestic and wild, and sometimes transmit dreadful diseases. However, should we…

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Prudent by nature, or preparing for your first hike

Summer’s coming. Is anyone not excited by the thought of getting back on the trails? But before venturing out, make sure you have the required skills and physical capacities. Outdoor…

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Let’s play dirty

If I am sweaty, dirt-streaked and disheveled after a good workout, I’m happy. I like getting dirty. Fortunately, the opportunities to get muddy and messy (and have fun doing so)…

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