Choose from a wide array of indoor and outdoor activities to please young and old.
Stornoway, with its Scottish place name, and whose church steeple can be seen at the top of a hill, is well situated at the crossroads of routes 161 and 108. Three cemeteries serve as the final resting places of the first pioneers and a monument recalls the history of the founding families. The Catholic Church (1920) has a superb statue of Saint-Alphonse by renowned sculptor Louis Jobin. At the Summit Drive intersection, with a stunning view of the mountains, there is a stop featuring an illuminated star finder, symbolic of the International Dark Sky Reserve. On Route 161, along the banks of the Legendre River, a former flour mill is a tangible sign of the arrival of French Canadians.
2 metres, 20 seconds, a face covering... You know the drill. This summer, we all need to do our part to make this vacation season both enjoyable and responsible.
(In fact, I can even stand apart.)
(Anyways in #touristmode, I'm in no hurry!)
(Ring ahead to avoid the crowd... it’s that simple!)
(I promise... this is no time to joke around.)
Together - For a safe vacation - Let’s be responsible.