Sometimes we all need a break from the city and the people in it, and these road trips from Montreal to hidden oases are the perfect way to escape both.\nThis list includes six locations for you to disappear whenever you need a breather from your daily life.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nWe often forget the number of gorgeous locations that surround our city. Since most of us are currently craving a vacation, it is only natural to browse destinations that are in your price range. Many of us don't have the time to whisk off to Bermuda on a whim since that requires a lot of planning. So, that's why we're here, to fill you in on the many road trips to hidden locations within hours of our city!\nThe following spots are not only gorgeous but each of them has a hidden charm that will allow you to disconnect from your day-to-day reality and live life in the moment, surrounded by the beauties of nature.\nIt can be tough to get time off work and sometimes, as humans, we simply need to disconnect. That is why these destinations are ideal because they are all so close to our city. You can decide to make a weekend out of the trip or you can even take off for the day.\nFrom hidden waterfalls to picturesque quarries each of these low-key locations has something unique to offer its visitors. And, the best part is, they are all less than 3 hours away!\nWhy not grab your best friend, make a good playlist and hit the road? It'll be worth it!\nEpic Waterfalls\nWhere: Chutes Waber\nDistance from Montreal: 2 hours & 45-minute drive\nView this post on Instagram Chutes Waber #mauricie #hiking #kayaking #kayakingadventures #hike #hikequebec #parccanada #pvtistes #instahike #waterfalls #waberfalls #waber #parcdelamauricie #autumn #colors #mapleleafs A post shared by Guillaume Charlaix (@guillaumecharlaix) on Oct 15, 2019 at 3:40pm PDT\nLocated in La Mauricie National Park, the Waber falls can be a little tricky to locate, which makes the view even more worth it. You can choose to take a canoe or you can hike to the spot.\nAlthough this is a popular destination throughout the months of summer, the nature surrounding the falls is mesmerizing during any season. So, get those hiking boots on and go explore!\nFind out how to get to Chutes Waber here!\nImpressive Natural Spring\nWhere: Warren Falls\nDistance from Monreal: 2-hour drive\nView this post on Instagram Living my best life, making 1 with nature :) A post shared by N A O (@na0__) on Sep 2, 2019 at 10:04am PDT\nAlthough this destination is only 2-hours away, you are going to need your passport because Warren Falls is located in Vermont.\nRight across the border lies one of the most impressive natural springs in our corner of the continent. Situated in Mad River Valley, this destination provides the most Insta-worthy views your followers have ever seen.\nLearn more about Warren Falls here!\nBreathtaking Gorge With A Cascading River\nWhere: Ausable Chasm\nDistance from Montreal: 2-hour drive\nView this post on Instagram Foliage factor 10/10 🍁 #adirondacks A post shared by Katrina Filiatrault (@katrina.fili) on Oct 23, 2019 at 8:05am PDT\nLocated in New York state, this destination is called "the grand canyon of the Adirondacks," and it's close to Montreal!\nThe 2-mile long sandstone gorge has a river that runs through it, which makes for a spectacular view. There are also incredible rock formations that are in eye view.\nReady to make your way to Ausable Chasm?\nPeaceful Quarry\nWhere: Dorset Marble Quarry\nDistance from Montreal: 2-hour drive\nView this post on Instagram Flying fall leaves 🍁 in #vermont #dorset . . . . . #phantom4 #earthmovingdaily #mining #constructionequipment #bournemouth #heavymachinery #photography #dronephotography #aerialphotography #marble A post shared by We Fly Drones (@weflydronesllc) on Oct 22, 2019 at 10:27am PDT\nPart of Dorset’s Emerald Lake, the Dorset Marble Quarry offers some incredible views.\nKnown as a cliff diving spot during the summer, this destination is a perfect mini-getaway for anyone who is looking to blow off some steam and escape for the day.\nThis destination offers a little piece of heaven, and anyone who has been there will tell you that it's nothing short of magical.\nFind out how to get to the quarry here!\nSecret Trail With Epic Views\nWhere: Camels Hump\nDistance from Montreal: 2-hour drive\nView this post on Instagram Le ciel s’est dégagé pour ma photo. . . . #fall #hike #camel #4000footers #pocahontasistravelling A post shared by Pocahontas Is Travelling (@sandrinemsc) on Oct 27, 2019 at 6:30am PDT\nLocated only 2 hours away from Montreal, this somewhat secret trail has without a doubt some of the most striking views in Vermont.\nAs you make your way up the trail, you can spot the highest peaks of Mount Marcy in New York, Mouth Washington in New Hampshire, and Mount Mansfield in Vermont.\nLooking for a cool hiking trail?\nEnormous Waterfall\nWhere: Chute de la Chaudiere\nDistance from Montreal: 2 hours and 25-minute drive\nView this post on Instagram Lost in the wild #hikingadventures #travel #nature A post shared by @ aj___castro on Mar 7, 2017 at 9:32am PST\nThis imposing waterfall is surrounded by natural scenery, hiking and bike trails, along with a suspension bridge, which you can't find in the city.\nNot only does this location offer magnificent views and richness in the landscape, but it is one of the most serene destinations you can find within driving distance of Montreal.\nFind out more about this waterfall here!\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.