12 Romantic Frozen Lakes To Skate In Quebec

Let the adventure begin.

Let's face it. Skating rinks are awesome but they can be tiresome. Plus skating is one of the few activities you can actually do outside so why would you ever want to waste your time doing it indoors.

For a truly memorable day you don't need a rink, you need a whole lake!

So we've scoured the internet on a quest to find you the most majestic and romantic lakes you can skate on this winter.

1. Saint-Marguerite-du-Lac-Masson

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2. Riviere de l'Assomption

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3. Domaine de la Foret Perdue

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4. Lake Memphremagog

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5. Lac des Sables

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6. Lac Beauport

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7. Parc des Glaces

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8. Canal de Chambly

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9. Anneau de Glace

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10. Patinoire du Lac Mercier

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11. Village sur Glace

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12. Centre de plein air de Beauport

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