Le Train du Massif

Le Train du Massif

Running through magnificent scenery, the Train du Massif follows a 90-mile track from the Montmorency Falls to La Malbaie. Different packages are available, some including fine-dining meals prepared by the chef of the famous Fairmont Manoir Richelieu. Trips that include cruises are not cheap, but they allow a view of the sights you wouldn’t otherwise have access to. Shorter rides stop in Baie-Saint-Paul—but in my opinion, the last stretch between Baie-Saint-Paul and La Malbaie has the most beautiful scenery and shouldn’t be missed.

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