MTL Blog is here to share a list of some of the prettiest places to see in Quebec with you.\nThese are the perfect places to bring your favourite person too, so you can bask in the beauty together.\nDiscover some of our province nicest spots below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nWhen you think of the most beautiful places to see in Quebec for breathtaking views, what do you think of? Maybe the Dufferin Terrace in Quebec City or Belvédère Kondiaronk on Mount-Royal come to mind. But where do you go if you want to see something out of the ordinary? Or take in the vast beauty of nature that is a little different than a visit to a waterfall?\nJust in case you do want to see some waterfalls, check out this list.\nAll the places on this list will need a minimum of a day road trip. Some could take the better part of a week. So grab your favourite person, make sure your phones are charged, and get ready to get up close and personal with some of nature's (and one human-made structure) wildest beauty.\nFrom staring up at the night sky and getting a glimpse of the universe with no light pollution or hiking to a 1.4 million-year-old meteorite crater, these Quebec spots will take your breath away. They also promise to provide some of the most Instagrammable moments that you won't even need a filter for.\nKeep reading below to check out nine of Quebec's most magnificent spots to share with someone you love.\nMont Megantic\nView this post on Instagram L’Observatoire populaire du Mont-Mégantic : c’est ici que les voeux se réalisent 💫. Votre liste est prête pour les Perséides ? #montmegantic #perseides #sepaq #nature #rando #montagne #observatoire #astronomie #cosmos #museeFamille #vacances #mavieausommet A post shared by ASTROLab du Mont-Mégantic (@astrolabmontmegantic) on Aug 6, 2019 at 2:52pm PDT\nDistance from Montreal: Two and a half hours\nBreathtaking views can happen day or night. And while Parc du Mont-Megantic is visually stunning during the day, nighttime is a whole different beast.\nThe Mont-Megantic Dark-Sky Reserve aims to preserve those starry skies that we don't usually get to see in Montreal due to light pollution. Head to the ASTROlab at the summit and take in a night sky you won't' soon forget.\nLearn more about the park!\nWakefield Covered Bridge\nView this post on Instagram Love that morning hoarfrost. I pass the bridge at least twice every day and it never looks the same. . . . . . . . . #outaouaisfun #myottawa #facesottawa #narcityottawa #igersottawa #explorecanada#illgrammers #shotzdelight #travelgram #ipulledoverforthis #exploretheworld #lensbible #bealpha #sonya7iii #sonyalpha #ottawa_online #ottawa_instaphoto #ottawa #moodygrams #superhubs #outaouais #quebecoriginal #quebec #discoverquebec #imagesofcanada #stellar_shots #paradisecanada #ilovewakefield #wakefieldqc #coveredbridge A post shared by Harley Davis (@d.harleydavis) on Feb 20, 2019 at 2:28pm PST\nDistance from Montreal: Two and a half hours\nWhen: Anytime, but it's exceptionally beautiful in the winter\nThere is just something about a covered bridge that evokes images of romance, heartbreak, and really good Instagram shots. The Wakefield covered bridge is pedestrian-only and is gorgeous all year round.\nCheck it out!\nParc National De La Jacques Cartier\nView this post on Instagram [FR] Un classique prisé 🌨. . [EN] The classic 🌨. ∘ ∘ ∘ ∘ #natgeowild #nature_perfection #nb_nature_brilliance #featured_wildlife #canadiancreatives #sharecangeo @natgeowild #canoncanada #ExploreCanada #raw_community_member #canada_photolovers #roamtheplanet #earthcapture @BBCearth #FolkGood #the_folknature #outdoor #nature #cabin #snow #white #winter #cabinlife #cabinfolk #momentmeteo #quebecoriginal #jj_forum_2824 A post shared by Wildlife & Nature (@julie_audet) on Dec 7, 2019 at 8:16am PST\nDistance from Montreal: Three hours\nOnly 30 short minutes from Quebec City, this is one park that comes alive during the winter. If you're looking for breathtaking views that are both awe-inspiring and serene, look no further.\nSnowshoe, ski or hike through one of the most beautiful glacial valleys in the province. Warm-up with your partner in one of the log fire cabins before heading out for more pictures.\nClick for more info!\nFjord Du Saguenay\nView this post on Instagram When ice and snow covers most of Québec and lakes are still frozen solid right across the province, the ice breaker ploughs its way up the Saguenay Fjord and opens up the ultimate winter paddling paradise! Pretty sure I was the first one on the water this year 😀 #kayakguide #saguenay #saglac #adventurekayak #paddlingmixtape #paddlingmagazine #kayakingadventures #winterkayaking #paddleordie #paddleforever #kayakgram #pleinair #getoutside #thegreatoutdoors #fjord #waterislife #kayakphotography #explorer #icekayaking A post shared by Wade Gapes (@wadewatergapes) on Apr 7, 2019 at 3:28am PDT\nDistance from Montreal: Approx six hours\nThe small village of Tadoussac is worth a trip to experience quaint countryside living, some of the most beautiful bays in the world, and whale watching.\nBut to really take in exquisite views head to Parc national du Fjord-du-Saguenay to see everything from the panarama of the sea, thousands of migrating birds, or kayaking with seals (to name a few).\nFor more info!\nREAD ALSO: 17 Romantic Spots In Quebec That Make For Perfect Couple's Getaways\nChic-Choc Mountains\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Delphine Cardinal (@delph_cardinal) on Mar 5, 2019 at 4:07pm PST\nDistance from Montreal: Approximately nine hours\nIf you or your favourite person love skiing in relatively untouched backcountry powder, a trip to the Chic-Choc mountains should be on your must-do list.\nFrom mountain peaks, and sunken valleys to caribou and eagle spottings, these mountains in the Gaspé Peninsula will leave you with memories of the most jaw-dropping landscapes.\nLearn more!\nRocher Percé\nView this post on Instagram do I just spent 18 days living off my car and exploring my region, which I’ve never done. I haven’t meet up with anyone - not that I didn’t want to- but I realized that spending so much time with silence, with myself was very much empowering. That solo time brought me back to myself. I am much calmer, and clear-minded now. I haven’t done as much hiking as I would’ve wanted, but I basically listened to my body, allowing myself to watch 3 days of Netflix in a row if I felt like it. I discovered a new appreciation for the ocean, the humid air, the smell, the sense of immensity. I completely fell in love with Quebec. It’s really the perfect place to take a long rod trip and experience both the mountains and the ocean,or more specific the Gulf of Saint-Laurent. And nop this is not a sponsored post) On my last night in Percé I saw some Northern lights in the forecast and decided to give it a try. I shot the composition with the rock at blue hour but since it was facing east, the chances that the northern lights would go behind it were at 0 with a KP 5 predicted (perhaps would have been possible with a KP 8 and more). The warm light hitting the rock is from the nearby town of Percé. So after shooting the rock I found a nice parking spot and did a time lapse for 3 hours with a 50mm f1.4. The lights were moving fast and in an attempt to capture de details I brought my shutter speed down to 6 seconds and brought my iso up (that’s why there’s quite a bit of noise in the sky) But anyway, it was just amazing to be sitting there and experiencing the northern lights right from home. I should’ve taken that road trip many years ago. Just a reminder that sometimes the most beautiful adventures are right in your backyard. It’s all about perspective @gosselinphoto #gosselinphoto A post shared by C A T H S I M A R D (@mydetoxtravel) on Sep 4, 2019 at 7:34am PDT\nDistance from Montreal: 10.5 hours\nIf you want to catch the Northern Lights in all their beauty, the best time to visit Parc national de l'Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Perc is September, October, February, or March.\nThe giant rock formation, at the tip of the Gaspé Peninsula, is nearly 300 feet tall and 1,000 feet long.\nGet more info on this extraordinary spot!\nMingan Archipelago\nView this post on Instagram Matin de brume = moment magique! / Foggy morning = magical moment! #ilesmingan #cotenord #quebecmaritime #explorecanada #parcscanada . . . . . . . #minganarchipelago #minganarchipelagonationalpark #duplessis #ilenue #fog #canoncanada #gosselinphoto #weather #brume #travelcanada #quebecoriginal #tourcanada #quebecbythesea #quebeccotermer #monolythes #geology #fleuve #saintlaurent #stlawrenceriver #stlawrence #tlpics A post shared by Mathieu Dupuis (@matdupuisphoto) on Oct 4, 2018 at 5:48am PDT\nWhere: 13 hours\nThis isn't a day trip. It's not even a weekend trip unless you don't like to sleep. But the extraordinary beauty of the Mingan Archipelago more than makes up for the 13-hour drive.\nThe giant primeval limestone monoliths and vast blue horizon are home to some of the most unique landscapes in Canada.\nCheck out the website!\nHonorable Mentions\nThey're a little more difficult to get to, and quite a bit more expensive, but if you can swing it, these two spots are worth every moment and dollar.\nPingualuit Crater\nView this post on Instagram Avoir un travail qui te fait découvrir de nouveaux paysages 💞 A post shared by maeva morin (@morinmaeva) on Jul 23, 2019 at 3:50pm PDT\nFlight: Seven and a half hours\nParc national des Pingualuit is home to one of the world's best-preserved meteor craters in the world. The lake waters are 400 meters deep and intensely blue though often covered in ice nine months of the year. \nGetting there is no easy feat but the fact that something so extraordinary exists in Quebec, with its surrounding lunar-like landscape, makes for a once in a lifetime trip. \nRead more about this unique spot!\nThe Magdalen Island Ice Floes\nView this post on Instagram Si vous profitez un jour de cette grande opportunité de vous offrir ou faire offrir ce forfait, vous allez tomber en amour avec l'immensité du Golfe si ce n'est déjà fait! #ilesdelamadeleine #hotelsaccents #helicopter #excursion #wildlifephotography #blanchons2019 #harpseal2019 A post shared by La Maison du Heron (@helenechevarie) on Mar 10, 2019 at 1:44pm PDT\nFlight: Four and a half hours to the island \nThe Magdalen Islands are a photographer's paradise, even National Geographic named it as one of the 25 Best Trips To Take in 2020. The islands are just one beautiful shot after another.\nBut if you want to experience something completely unique, spectacular, and aww-inspiring that you both will never forget, then book a helicopter tour to visit the Harp seal pupping grounds from February to March. \nRead more about the tours!\n\n\nQuebec has some of the most beautiful and diverse landscapes in Canada, now you just have to figure out the best ones to see. \n\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.