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A Moveable Feast: Exploring Quebec City

It’s hard not to eat yourself silly in Quebec City. Luckily, biking and walking are the best ways to explore this outdoor wonderland. Here are a few highlights of my moveable feast.

Île d’Orléans: Parish by Parish

With 7,500 residents scattered across six parishes on a rural wonderland twice the size of Manhattan, the Île d’Orléans is an absolute must-see, especially in the summer, when it’s bursting with treasures from small-scale farms, wineries, and culinary artisans. Here are my favorite discoveries, parish by parish, on the island oasis that is known as the “Garden of Quebec.”

Quebec’s Family-Friendly Traditions

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For the past three years, we’ve driven north to Quebec, where the locals not only embrace the cold, they celebrate it. We’ve partied at the city’s Winter Carnival, gone dog sledding through winding forest trails, ice-climbed at Montmorency Falls, and even stayed at the famous Hôtel de Glace. This year’s adventure? Cross-country skiing.