Sample a myriad of local flavours prepared specially for you.
Along Summit Drive is Lac-Drolet, a peaceful village with an impressive industrial zone, the site of 10 or so businesses in the wood, granite, clothing and boot manufacturing, steel structure, and welding sectors. In the centre of the village, Saint-Samuel Church (1898), built using local granite, has been designated a historic monument, which is also the case for the old rectory. In a former quarry at a 640-metre elevation on Mount Sébastien, the Maison du Granit presents the history of the quarries and stonecutters. This interpretation centre is worth the stop for its activities, exceptional view, and trails, including one on Mount Morne that leads to an observation tower featuring a 360-degree panoramic view. The lake’s beauty invites fishing enthusiasts to tease bass and trout. A gourmet detour via the 5e Rang road gives visitors the opportunity to taste maple products from the Érable à son Meilleur shop, with Créateur de Saveurs designation.