Are you planning a family vacation for the upcoming year? If this is the case, you’ll definitely want to consider visiting the Eastern Coast of Quebec, Canada. This is a beautiful country region that is beaming with historical culture. By venturing to this region of the world, you’ll be able to take a sightseeing tour of the area. There are three unique roads that will provide you and your family with plenty to see. This is definitely the most enjoyable East Coast road trip in the area. The three possible road trips include Summit Drive, the Wine Route and the Townships Trail. Each route will offer you with a unique view of the region and gives you a chance to mingle with the locals, if you’re willing to stop your journey.

Summit Drive

Summit Drive

The Summit Drive is one of the most popular choices for tourist. It is strategically positioned and gives drivers the opportunity to check out two national parks in Quebec. Of course, there is plenty to do this in this region. For instance, you can always get out in the outdoors and enjoy dozens of exciting and beautiful hiking trails. While driving the road, you’ll be able to view eight different mountains. Of course, the biggest attraction might very well be the international Dark Sky Reserve. By visiting the region’s astrolab, you’ll be able to look at the stars. Be sure to book your vacation around Summit Day, which is held on the twentieth of September.

Wine Route

Wine Route

If you’re interested in taking a little wine taste venture, you’ll definitely want to visit the Wine Route. There are numerous vineyards located across the route and you’ll be able to stop at any or all of them. When you do this, you’ll be able to help crush grapes or taste the local wine. Be sure to consider the Winemaker for a Day package, which will allow you to enjoy the vineyard for an entire day. On the other hand, you can always enjoy a nice picnic in one of the vineyards. If you visit this are on a specific day, you’ll be able to receive a free cup of wine with a free piece of cheese. Fifty percent of the wine in Quebec is produced in this region, which is home to twenty-one individual wineries.

Township Trail

Township Trail

If you’re looking to explore the historical side of the Eastern Coast, you’ll want to take a trip down the Townships Trail. You’ll be able to view the townships that played a major role in the area’s history. This will take you back to the days of the American and British pioneers, while enjoying the views of classic painting-like sceneries. This road is more than four hundred kilometers, which will give you and your family plenty to see. Don’t forget about the Ulveton Woolen Mill. Of course, you can all learn the military history of the region by visiting the Bury armory. Be sure to make a few stops along the way to chat up the locals and become enamored by their culture and traditions.