It seems that just like that, the leaves begin to change and fall is here — It seems like the cool weather and the change of colour in the trees happens at the last minute. But you can also start on a last-minute adventure with some spontaneous trips from Montreal that'll make for unforgettable fall experiences.\nFall is definitely one of the most curious times of the year.\nEditor's Choice: This Quebecer's Soul Almost Left His Body Watching A Seattle Chef Make Poutine (VIDEO)\nIt's filled with magic and wonder and you can't help but get outside and explore.\nAnd because the season seems to come and go faster than you can "look at the leaves," it's the perfect time go on a spontaneous adventure.\nThe best part about fall is that it's not too cold to get outside.\nYou can still go for hikes, go camping and sometimes even go swimming.\nBut for those of us that get excited for sweater-weather, the crisp air sneaks in and it's time to pull out our knits.\nFor this list, we've taken a look at places that are less than three hours from the city.\nBecause when it comes to fall drives, all you want to do is get outside and play in the leaves.\nSutton Huttopia Tents\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour and 20 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Ce week-end sonne la fin de la saison 🍁🍂 Et La fin du camping 🏕 #huttopia #montsutton #sutton A post shared by Noé | 𝑊𝑎𝑛𝑑𝑒𝑟𝑙𝑢𝑠𝑡 (@voyagezauthentique) on Oct 14, 2019 at 4:02pm PDT\nIf you're a fan of glamping, then this is the place for you. Located in the majestic Glen Sutton, the Canadian location of the Huttopia group brings you the best of a stay in a hotel and camping in the woods.\nWebsite\nAu Diable Vert\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour and 35 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Fall Fun! Hiking & Picnic. #salomonshoes A post shared by TamTam_MountainMama (@tamtam_mountainmama) on Nov 23, 2019 at 7:18pm PST\nAlso located in Glen Sutton, Au Diable Vert wants you to "Unplug, unwind, and relax while enjoying some amazing views." There is so much to see and do on the grounds, as well as a variety of accommodations, including treehouses and pods.\nWebsite\nNordik Spa\nDistance from Montreal: 2 hours and 20 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Spa-AAAH day... ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #spa #spaday #rest #relax #relaxation #roadtrip #chelsea #quebec #nordik #weekend #girls #getaway #girlsgetaway #weekendgetaway #girlstrip #autumn #fall #travel #adventure #life #liveyourbestlife #photooftheday #instagood #instago #instaphoto #latergram A post shared by Patty G ♡ (@world.of.pattyg) on Nov 11, 2019 at 3:38am PST\nThe Nordik Spa in Chelsea has been incredibly popular since it opened, but come fall, its surroundings are as relaxing as the services, themselves. And at less than three hours from the city, it's perfect for a last-minute escape.\nWebsite\nParc Omega\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour and 40 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Impossible de ne pas s'émerveiller devant ces belles couleurs automnales ! Encore quelques semaines pour en profiter 🍂 📸 : @zachfromottawa Can't get enough of these beautiful fall foliage. Still a few weeks to enjoy it 🍂 #parcomega #Outaouaisfun #deer #fall A post shared by Parc Omega (@parcomega) on Oct 18, 2019 at 9:00am PDT\nNot only is Parc Omega a great place to see some incredible animals, but it's also the perfect place to see the beauty that is Quebec nature in the fall. Drive through the park and discover why there's no place quite like Quebec at this time of year.\nWebsite\nQuebec City\nDistance from Montreal: 2 hours and 45 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Quand le quartier Petit Champlain s’habille aux couleurs de l’halloween! When the neighborhood Petit Champlain dresses in the colors of halloween! #halloween #pumpkin #orange #autumn #quartierpetitchamplain #petitchamplain #streetphotography #explorecanada #villedequebec #quebec #quebeccity #quebecregion #quebecoriginal #qcaccent #quebecmoments #cheznousauquebec #quebecphoto #macapitale #clicquebec #quebecmoica #rhinoquebec #quebecCite #vieuxquebec #oldquebec #canada #캐나다 #퀘벡 A post shared by Discover Quebec City (@ilovequebeccity) on Oct 24, 2019 at 8:43am PDT\nWe all know that Quebec City is an amazing spot for a getaway. The fall leaves and autumn take it to a whole other level to make it seem even more like a place out of a storybook.\nWebsite\nDomaine du Ridge\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour\nView this post on Instagram 🍂-🍇-🍷 A post shared by Kémy St-Eloy (@kemy_steloy) on Oct 16, 2019 at 3:15pm PDT\nJust an hour from the city is, Domaine du Ridge is a perfect place to enjoy some wine in the fall. Summer may be when everyone thinks to go to a winery but come back in harvest season for a totally different experience.\nWebsite\nÉrablière Chemin du Roy\nDistance from Montreal: 2 hours and 50 minutes\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by @katrina_lll on Oct 10, 2019 at 6:37pm PDT\nIt isn't fall if you don't head to cabane à sucre. Érablière Chemin du Roy is open all year, but autumn is definitely the time you want to go.\nWebsite\nParc de la Riviere-des-Milles-Iles\nDistance from Montreal: 45 minutes\nView this post on Instagram My camera 📸 told me this capture will make a gorgeous photo! It was right! 😃 . . . . . . . . . . . #fall #automne #autumn #eteindien #indiansummer #monttremblant #quebec #canada #outing #outdoors #naturelove A post shared by Sue Manzo 🇨🇦 (@instasuemanzo) on Oct 17, 2019 at 12:24pm PDT\nOver in Laval, you can paddle through this gorgeous park and take in the beauty and wonder of the changing leaves. You can also see incredible wildlife and biodiversity.\nWebsite\nMay your days be filled with road trips!