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Laurentian Mountains

Southern Quebec to the shores of the St. Lawrence River, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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“st sauveur” (28 reviews)
“val david” (14 reviews)
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
Southern Quebec to the shores of the St. Lawrence River, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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Reviewed December 18, 2016

Within an hour you are in a different calmer world. The fall colours are breathtaking .frankly in any season you can feel a positive energy , appreciate the seasons and some great food

Thank RimaH152
Reviewed December 18, 2016

Lots to do anytime of the year - hiking, skiing, skating, snwshoeing etc. Opportunity for beautiful pictures.

1  Thank katarnold32
Reviewed December 14, 2016

These mountains are beautiful although smaller than their Swiss Cousins. There is a world class ski resort there - Mount Tfremblant which is great for family skiing. With the US EXCHANGE RATE IT IT QUITE A VALUE.

1  Thank Janet S
Reviewed December 3, 2016

The main problem with driving in this area is that it is difficult to pull over and park. Mostly it is private land and no parking. So pick your season and a sunny day to enjoy the experience. Plan to stop in small viliages or...More

Thank dennisjames
Reviewed December 2, 2016

I have a house in the Laurentians and it never gets old. The sceneries are gorgeous and there are many lookout spots to soak it all in. Top season: Fall...around the beginning of October for maximum viewing pleasure!

Thank ZaboLing
Reviewed December 2, 2016

If you are in Montreal, you should definitely make the drive to the Laurentian Mountains. They are beautiful in the summer, and I can only imagine how pretty they would be with snow on them in the Winter. It's an easy drive from Montreal and...More

Thank Love2TravelUS
Reviewed November 24, 2016

This is an area of Canada that has something for everyone. Great vistas, quaint towns, music and theme parks. We went in the summer and the weather was great the whole time we where there. Great place to go with the family try renting a...More

Thank Steve1265
Reviewed November 21, 2016

I booked online with Gray Line buses and advised I would walk to their depot ,not an issue and was told I had to confirm 24 hrs prior .I called and the girl was extremely rude,didn't listen told me I would be picked up from...More

Thank Iona B
Reviewed November 15, 2016

Tourist or not up north St.Sauveur is the village where you can have great time visiting best Restaurants, open air entertainment, best coffee and best ice cream.

Thank Nazareth M
Reviewed November 14, 2016

The lower northern Laurentians are very nice and close to the city centre, but the pearl is Mt. Tremblent...worth every minute of the drive

Thank Ron C
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We are going to Montreal and then take a train to Quebec. Which is best 4 days in Montreal or 4 days in Quebec? We are interested in art, architecture less interested in churches. Thoughts? Top 5 things in each city? We live in NYC Perhaps Quebec is a bit more appealing due to its less cosmopolitan nature. We have week! Thanks!
May 27, 2017|
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Response from Christine D | Reviewed this property |
So, I think you mean Quebec City since if you are in Montreal, you would be in Quebec the providence. I think you will enjoy Montreal a bit more than Quebec City, especially for a four day trip. There are a ton of art and... More
We are going to fly into Quebec City and would like to stay there a couple of nights then head North into the Mountains and stay in a cabin for 4 or 5 nights in June-or in a mountain resort area. Is this something the area has to offer? How long of a drive would that be?
April 6, 2017|
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Response from dennisjames | Reviewed this property |
Going north from Quebec city. Please look at a map as there are very few road going north. Better to consider north east along the St Lawrance River. If you want a resort you need to define your expectstions. Once defined... More
Would anyone have a day tour company to recommend for a trip to the Laurentians? Most sites sell trips for Greyline but the reviews have not been great recently. Are there alternative companies? Also, is there Apple picking nearby and is the traffic to the mountains bad on weekends? Thank you
September 22, 2016|
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Response from Pierrevernier | Reviewed this property |
Tourism Montreal could give you info about tours. You can rent a car and drive one hour north of Montreal. Apples can be picked on the South shore of Montreal in Rougemenont and on the western North shore in St-Joeph du... More