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7 Laurentians Towns To Explore This Summer That Aren't Tremblant
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Millions of people visit the Laurentians every year, especially the famous Mont Tremblant.

But there's so much more than Tremblant to discover in the region. If you want to explore the region before summer ends, then you're in luck because it's right at Montrealers' doorsteps!

Saint-Eustache

Distance From Montreal: 40 minutes

Why You Need To Go: Less than an hour from Montreal, Saint-Eustache is perfect for a day trip or a weekend away thanks to its wineries, farms and quaint marketplaces.

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Mont-Laurier

Distance From Montreal: 3 hours

Why You Need To Go: Another beautiful town in the Laurentians, Mont-Laurier is located on the banks of the Rivière du Lièvre, and is perfect for anyone looking to get in tune with nature.

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Oka

Distance From Montreal: 45 minutes

Why You Need To Go: This may sound cheesy, but Quebec's cheese capital makes for an awesome getaway.

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Val-David

Distance From Montreal: 1 hour and 15 minutes

Why You Need To Go: With so many gorgeous parks and spots to explore, Val-David needs to be on your Laurentians bucket list if it's not already.

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Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts

Distance From Montreal: 1 hour and 15 minutes

Why You Need To Go: This is one of the more popular spots for a country house because it's close to the city, but still gives you the feeling of being on a getaway. Whether you have a house here or not, you definitely need to make the trip.

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Estérel

Distance From Montreal: 1 hour and 20 minutes

Why You Need To Go: Great in the winter, great in the summer, this town is downright fantastic at any time of the year. It's also home to the fabulous Estérel Resort which will truly make you feel like you're travelling abroad.

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Mirabel

Distance From Montreal: 50 minutes

Why You Need To Go: Filled with horseback riding trails, parks, markets, golf and more, this idyllic town is perfect for a day trip or night (or two) away.

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Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

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