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This Scenic Montreal Road Is Perfect For A Driving Date With Your Favourite Bubble Buddy

If the freedom of the open road is calling you, this route has STELLAR views.

Being forced to stay home in Montreal during a provincial COVID-19 lockdown can be rough. But if you're itching for the freedom of the open road, take a mini road trip within the city this fall

You can ride solo or bring your favourite person who's in your bubble — whether that's your bestie, your situation-ship, or your significant other. Otherwise, you can always bring your dog.

If you want to stay relatively close to the city centre, Senneville has one of the most scenic Montreal road trip routes you'll ever see.

Between the beauty of Cap-Saint-Jacques Nature Park and plenty of gorgeous mansions to peep, this is the perfect way to spend a sunny day. 

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The views are immaculate on Chemin Senneville, a West Island road that borders the Lake of Two Mountains.

Along with a quaint forestal landscape, you'll be able to spot gated properties with some of the city's nicest luxury homes, most of them designed with country-living in mind.

You'll need a car since buses are few and far between in Senneville, but there aren't any tolls or fees to pay in order to access the road.

If you feel like visiting a serene Quebec nature park while you're there, Chemin Senneville leads to Anse-à-l'Orme Nature Park and Cap Saint-Jacques Nature Park.

Cap Saint-Jacques also has a beach so you can take a break from cruising to snap one of those gorgeous sunset IG shots! 

Chemin Senneville

Address: Start at 20099, boulevard Gouin O., Pierrefonds, Quebec (it turns into Chemin Senneville)

Price: Free with $9 parking fees in the nature parks

Why You Need To Go: Scenic views, gorgeous luxury homes and a natural beach make this route the perfect fall road trip in Montreal.