Hayfield Quality Tours

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PO Box 4042, Queensbury, NY 12804 • Doris Herwig, Tour Planner • email: hayfield@capital.net

Province of Quebec

One of most recognized buildings in the world - Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City................


A world unto itself, the Province of Quebec extends from Montreal to Gaspé and is steeped in French traditions
and life styles of the old world. Fascinating and unforgettable.

 

IDEA CENTER
for Tour Operators, Wholesalers, Group Leaders,
Clubs, Banks, Schools, and Meeting Planners

whose groups of 30 or more persons are traveling by motorcoach.

Let Hayfield Tours prepare an exciting tour for your group
from the Idea Center or from an idea of your own.

NOTE: These tours are not for individual travelers.

..........................Contact your local Tour Operator, AAA, Bus Company or Receptive for tours you can join.

 


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INDEX OF  PROVINCE  OF  QUEBEC TOURS

Tour # QC-1 - Montreal & Fireworks Competition
Tour # QC-2 - Trails to Tremblant & The Fur Traders
Tour # QC-3 - Lake Champlain French Heritage Corridor
Tour # QC-4 - St. Mauricie Park & The Lumber Barons
Tour # QC-5 - Quebec City
Tour # QC-6 - Fjords of Saguenay
Tour # QC-7 - Gaspé
Tour # QC-8 - Nova Scotia - PEI - New Brunswick

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Tour # QC-1 - MONTREAL & THE FIREWORKS  COMPETITION

Montreal is a grand cosmopolitan city, mixing intense history of yesteryear with the glorious modern world. This

blend gives two trips in one, two worlds in one. It's fascinating, fun.

June 27-Aug. 1, 2015

The largest pyrotechnics competition of its kind in the
........................................................................... world, the Montreal International Fireworks Competition
........................................................................... has been going strong since 1985 and remains one of this ........................................................................... city's top attractions.
MONTREAL
* Dinner in Old Montreal

* Montreal City Tour with stops at Notre Dame Basilica, St. Joseph’s Oratory, Mont Royal, and more.
* Montreal Botanical Gardens
* Dinner Cruise
on St. Lawrence River to watch International Fireworks Competition. (weekends only)
* Underground shopping
* Dinner
in revolving restaurant
* Bonsecour Market & Shrine
* Place Jacques-Cartier
* Montreal Casino and Show
* Lachine Canal

NOTE: Bi-Lingual Tour Guide entire trip.
NOTE: Passport Book or Passport Card required.

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Tour # QC-2 - TRAILS  TO  TREMBLANT
Laurentian Mountains opened up life in Upper Canada. Beaver fur trade began high in the Laurentians and worked
its way down to Montreal and Lachine Canal. Quaint villages dot the countrysides, offering a look back at history
and surprisingly still finding it in yesteryear’s lifestyle. But in the center is the modern city of Mont Tremblant Village.
Trip ends almost as it began - feeding live beaver - for a story-book tour.

One word - quaint

LACHINE 
* Dinner on Canal in Old Montreal, Fur Traders Museum, Lachine Chttp://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/06/00/4d/a7/mont-tremblant-resort.jpganal Museum.

LAKE  ST. LOUIS
* Scenic shoreline cruise.

LAKE  OF  TWO  MOUNTAINS
* Ste. Anne de Bellevue quaint village for lunch on shoreline.
* Cheese Factory at Monastery.

MONT  TREMBLANT
* Mt. Tremblant free time
* Dinner in Mt. Tremblant
* Lunch and Entertainment at La Cabana a Sucre Millette.
* New Casino on mountain-top, reached by gondola.

ST. SAUVEUR
* Shop and explore quaint Village of St. Sauveur.
* Huberdeau Calvary.

MONTEBELLO
* Parc Omega
* Dinner
at unbelievable Chateau

NOTE: Bi-Lingual Tour Guide entire trip.
NOTE: Passport Book or Passport card required

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Tour # QC-3 - LAKE CHAMPLAIN FRENCH  HERITAGE CORRIDOR
Samuel De Champlain sailed west on St. Lawrence River, south thru Richelieu River to Lake Champlain. Follow his footsteps and discover the trade routes, incredible history, and wars that made our two nations.

Ferry out to Fort Lennox in Richelieu River

LAKE  CHAMPLAIN - Vermont side
* Fort Ticonderoga on Lake George/Lake Champlain, 1755 French fort.

* Lake Champlain Maritime Museum. Walk on gun boat “Philadelphia”.
* Dinner on Lake Champlain shoreline and experience ROV viewing on boat to see old shipwrecks.
* Lake Champlain Luncheon Cruise.
* Echo Environmental Center & Aquarium.
* Dinner at NECIA.

RICHELIEU  RIVER - Quebec side
* Richelieu River, one of most strategic river networks in North America
* Fort Lennox, accessed only by ferry.
* Chambly Canal Cruise.
* Fort Chambly, 1790ʼs, largest fortification along Heritage Corridor.
* Village visits, exquisite churches, lots of history.
* Dinner in Ste. Hyacinthe

NOTE: Bi-Lingual Tour Guide entire trip.
NOTE: Passport Book or Passport card required.

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Tour # QC-4 - ST. MAURICIE PARK & THE LUMBER BARONS
It’s a part of Canada not well known but absolutely stunning. Just like the Hudson River of New York, St. Mauricie
River floated logs down to Trois Rivieres from their growth in St. Mauricie National Park. It is a fascinating story.


Look to the left, on the mainland, a jewel of a hotel like no other on Lake Sacacomie.

TROIS  RIVIERES
* St. Anne Church with Lunch
* Trois Rivieres City Tour

SHAWANIGAN
* Shawanigan Falls
* Forges du Saint-Mauricie
* Dinner
at 4-star breathtaking forest log hotel
* Evening Entertainment, storyteller, local myths, legends.

ST. MAURICIE
* Scenic Route of Mauricie National Park
* St. Mauricie River Cruise
* Lumberjack Feast and Animated Show.
* Exposition Museum
- see what happens at the end of the float.

NOTE: Bi-Lingual Tour Guide entire trip.
NOTE: Passport Book or Passport Card required.

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Tour # QC-5 - QUEBEC CITY
It started in Quebec City...voyageurs followed St. Lawrence River, Richelieu River, Lake Champlain, Lake George,
and Hudson River, to develop inland waterways for commerce between the two nations. We will engross ourselves
in the beginning - the only walled city in North America - Quebec City.

St. Lawrence River

QUEBEC  CITY
* Dinner at a fabulous crepe house in Old Quebec City.

* Boardwalk. Enjoy mimes and other activities at waterfront.
* Quebec City Tour with local step-on.
* Musee du Fort, sight and sound introduction to the region.
* Free time to shop.
* Fireworks Competition
* Mill Image with reserved seats, most incredible 1 hour outdoor light and sound show on history of Quebec.

CHATEAU  RICHER
* Albert Gillies Copper Museum.
* Chez Marie Brick Oven.
* Montmorency Falls and Gondola
to summit.

STE. ANNE  DE  BEAUPRE
* Sainte Anne de Beaupre Basilica and Museum.
* Cyclorama of Jerusalem.

NOTE: Bi-Lingual Tour Guide entire trip
NOTE: Passport Book or Passport Card required.

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Tour # QC-6 - FJORDS  OF  SAGUENAY
Stark, wild, brooding, breathtaking, awesome - some words to describe the beauty of Lower St. Lawrence River
and Saguenay Fjords of Atlantic Canada. This is an incredible adventure into the heart of Canada’s north shore.

Cruise a big boat thru the
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Fjords, not this little one!
QUEBEC
* Sainte Anne de Beaupre Basilica and Museum.
* Old Quebec,
famous Boardwalk overlooking St. Lawrence River, local step-on.
* Light and Sound Show introduction to Quebec.
* Mill Image. Spectacular light and sound show of historic Quebec.
* Montmorency Falls
* Chez Marie’s Red Brick Oven.
* Meals
from crepes to lobster.


BEAUPRE
* Ste. Anne de Beaupre Basilica and Museum.
* Gilles Copper Museum.
Makes icons for churches around world. Awesome.

LA  MALBAIE
* Casino Charlevoix.
* Dinner
at fantastic Chateau

SAGUENAY & TADOUSSAC
* Cruise Saguenay Fjord or a Whale Watch
* Discover quaint village of Tadoussac
* Dinner at Hotel Tadoussac

NOTE: Bi-Lingual Tour Guide entire trip.
NOTE: Passport Book or Passport Card required.

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TOUR # QC-7 - GASPÉ
This is an extension of the South Shore of Quebec to Gaspe Peninsula and the picturesque tidal rocks of Gaspé. Please ask us for details.

Striking Gaspe_________________________________________________________________________________

Tour # QC-8 - NOVA  SCOTIA - PEI - NEW BRUNSWICK
This is an extensive tour and needs time and good planning. Please ask us for details.

Hairpin turns of Cabot Trail__________________________________________________________________________________

NOTE: Bi-Lingual Tour Guide entire trip.
NOTE: Passport Book or Passport Card required.

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