Immerse yourself in the vastness of Canada
, its wilderness, its livable cities, its beautiful national parks and its brilliant winters. Immerse yourself in the immensity of Canada
Travel experience in Canada
Discover a gigantic country that, from coast
, reveals different facets.
Canada, a land of lakes, forests and mountains that stretch to the horizon, stands out as much for its wilderness as for its people, who foster innovation in food, crafts and art. From the secret distillery hidden in the heart of the
Gaspé Peninsula to the Repère Boréal and its tiny houses in Charlevoix, passing by the workshop of an extraordinary ceramist in Vancouver or this restaurant that works only in short
circuit in Montreal
, you will not be disappointed!
Immensity of Canada
Dive into the immensity of Canada, its wilderness, its livable cities, its national parks of unparalleled beauty and its brilliant winters. A map of Canada at the beginning of the book and a clear division by region to find your way. Artistic photos and a modern and uncluttered graphic design to discover in images the
2nd largest country in the world. Detailed texts to learn more about themes such as the country’s different architectural styles
, traditional lobster fishing or the preservation of whitecoats.
The essentials of Canada
In each chapter: A presentation in pictures of the “Essentials”, the “must-sees” not to be missed and a thematic walk/itinerary to be done in each of the regions
of the country such as the lighthouse route in Gaspésie, the Icefields Parkway in the Rockies or a canoe trip in Algonquin Park
The author of this small hedonistic atlas Canada
s work combines the journalistic aspect of documentary with a strong sense of aesthetics inspired by cinematography. Her work combines the journalistic aspect of documentary with a strong sense of aesthetics inspired by cinematography. By capturing natural beauty, she seeks to provide an authentic vision of the regions she visits. Since 2017, she has been exploring the vast spaces of Canada, from the Gaspé coast to the peaks of the Rockies.
Collection Petit atlas hédoniste Canada by Maud Simon at Éditions du Chêne
256 pages, hardcover,
Released in April
I’m Michelle, and I love to travel. As a former hotel expert for one of the world’s largest hotel chains, I’ve stayed in nearly every type of room imaginable (including many that were not so desirable!). Nowadays, I am fortunate enough to be able to explore the world on my own terms. From international flights to learning different languages, there is nothing too far out of reach!