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A 130km 'Poutine Trail' Actually Exists So You Can Start Planning Your Summer Road Trip Now

Quebec is snack bar heaven.  Poutine, burgers, pogos, 'frites sauce', and much more.  We are lucky to have easy access to such delectable greasy delights.

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There's nothing like a greasy snack to hit the spot and trigger childhood nostalgia of long summer road trips to the lake. All these places offer similar menu items, but like any good Quebec 'casse-croute' - each offers their own unique recipe and take on the classic.

That said, start in downtown Montreal and head north toward Mont Tremblant. The drive in total is about 130KM and along the way, you will find a collection of Quebec-style Casse-Croutes that will make you feel like you stepped back in time. Oozing with charm, no visit to the Laurentians is complete without a stop at one of the following places.

27 KM:Pomme Frite Burger Gourmet

Where: 9 Rue Blainville O, Blainville


44 KM: Casse-Croûte de la Rivière du Nord

Where: 14285 Route Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Mirabel

Via Cassecroutedelarivieredunord

47 KM: LaVilla De La Patate

Where: 890 Boulevard Lachapelle, Saint-Jérôme

Via Villa De La Parate

73.7 KM: La Frite A Mon Oncle

Where: 75 Rue de la Vallée du Golf, Sainte-Adèle

64 KM: Casse Croute Arc En Ciel

Where: 756 Boulevard des Laurentides, Piedmont

Via Casse Croute Arc En Ciel

73.9 KM: Restaurant Labelle

Where: 384 Rue Principale, Lachute

112 KM: Le P'Tit Stop AKA 100% BOEUF


Where: 1176 Rue Saint Faustin, Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré

Via Le P'tit Stop

117 KM: Casse Croute Chez France

Where: 916 Chemin du Lac Supérieur, Lac-Superieur

130 KM: Patate Ben-Venue

Where: 1365, route 117, Mont-Tremblant

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