Quebec: Horse Riding
The crown jewel of French Canada
From the Outaouais River to the Rocher Percé and from the USA border to the Arctic, all along the shores of the Majestic St. Lawrence River, Quebec hides dozens of colorful, picturesque cities and villages for horse riders. Between these quiet villages and the bustling cities, visitors in horseback in Quebec can discover wide open spaces.
Discover Quebec's numerous national parks are always a great place to take a horse riding holiday. Popular horse riding tours include the Gaspe Peninsula, and he Appalachians of Quebec. Nestled in the Beauce Region that borders the Frontenac and Mt. Megantic National Parks and facing the majestic Appalachian Mountain chain horse riders here can book tours for a day up to a week. The Gaspe Ride offers a chance to move through beautiful wild scenery with some good gallops and trots as well as quiet walks. Note that some tours do not accept beginner riders. There are also horse riding opportunities just outside Montreal and Quebec City and the major resorts such as Chateau Montabello.