Sucrerie de la Montagne

Did you know that around 75% of the world’s maple syrup supply comes from Quebec? Visiting a maple farm is an essential Quebecois experience where you can witness the process first hand and indulge in pure, unadulterated sweets along the way. These sugar shacks are only open for a couple of months in the springtime when the sap begins to flow and the maple tradition begins. Staying true to local traditions, the Quebecois celebrate nature’s reawakening in these festive sugar shacks with plenty of activities, dancing, and folk songs. 

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