Morin‑Heights | In Harmony with Nature

Morin-Heights | In Harmony with Nature

This guided tour will allow you to discover Morin-Heights through its magnificent landscapes, its built heritage and the people who have shaped its history. Its Irish, Scottish, English, Swiss, Scandinavian, and French-Canadian origins compose a unique portrait of a dynamic community that has reinvented itself many times over, thanks to the ingenuity of its inhabitants.

From survival farming to an economy based on the tourist industry, the people of Morin-Heights have
adapted to the changes of Quebec society while remaining in close contact with their environment.

United around their passions for skiing and music, they are proud of their traditions and welcome the new generations who come to perpetuate this deeply rooted motto. In harmony with nature!


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Points 1 to 23 are easily reached on foot, but travelling by bicycle or car is recommended for points 24 to 28. Two public parking lots along Lac-Écho Road are available. The first is at Basler Park, and the second is behind Chalet Bellevue.

Access to the Carruthers Industry property, where point 10, "Joseph Edgar Seale's Sawmill" is located, is prohibited.


Produced thanks to the cultural development agreement between the MRC des Pays-d'en-Haut and the ministère de la Culture et des Communications du Québec.

The production of the heritage tour was carried out by the MRC des Pays-d'en-Haut, in collaboration
with the Morin-Heights Historical Association (MHHA) and the Municipality of Morin-Heights.

Louise Guillemette

English translation:
Municipality of Morin-Heights

Historical and iconographic research:
Louise Guillemette, Morin-Heights Historical Association

The primary documentary sources for the realization of this tour were:
Porcupine Magazine, no1-12, the archives of the Morin-Heights Historical Association, The History of
Morin Heights by Don Stewart, ed. Shoreline, 2017, the archives of the Bibliothèque et archives
nationales du Québec (BAnQ), the online archives Patrimoine Laurentides,,
Histoire archives Laurentides,

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Based on the distance as the crow flies


Morin-Heights | In Harmony with Nature