The spirit of Quebec’s Winter Festival is Bonhomme, a jovial snowman who towers larger than life over the festivities. As we explore Quebec City, we find Bonhomme everywhere we go.
Hidden in deep woods in the rocky, lake-dotted landscape northeast of Toronto, a sacred treasure is etched in stone.
Dashing through the snow with no horses, just dogs. It’s a new experience for both of us, spending nearly an hour in frigid temperatures in the forests of Quebec.
Inside Quebec’s own Ice Hotel, the Hotel de Glace, shiver for the sake of exploring some incredible impermanent art carved in ice and snow.