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Laurentian Mountains, Montreal

Categories: Mountains, Nature & Parks
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4.8/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web
Explore Laurentian Mountains, one of the world's oldest mountain ranges dating back over 540 million years ago. The range encompasses 22,000 sq km (8,494 sq mi) of immense maple and pine forests, lakes, towering peaks, and distinctive landscapes. The changing seasons provide the opportunity for activities year-round, including swimming, hiking, skiing, and snowmobiling. A drive through allows you to see the changing scenery of snowy mountains and dense forests; stop in some of the picturesque villages dotted with art galleries, cottages, restaurants, and shops. Arrange your visit to Laurentian Mountains and discover more family-friendly attractions in Montreal using our Montreal family vacation planner.
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  • I joined Grayline 1-day tour to visit this area and watch the colorful trees. Had plenty of time and it's the season (14 Oct). Not disappointed. But apart from the amazing trees themselves, the weathe...  read more »
  • The village built at the base and at the centre of the mountain is a bit stage-like as if built specially for a movie. But it does have an attraction of its own, especially on a sunny day. However, th...  read more »
  • Step to say that I went in autumn and that the landscape was sounded. The trees changing color of the leaves from green, through a golden yellow to red more intense. Never the had seen elsewhere. The road on the road already allows to see this landscape, and arriving at Mont Tremblant is great. I recommend uploading to the Lugano (it costs 18 CAD) but also can be reached walking but are 800 metres of a slope that looks exhausting. The view is magnificent. Lakes and the vastness of Canadian forest are.
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