16 Breathtaking Hikes Near Montreal For Beginners, Enthusiasts, & Experts


Epic Hikes For Enthusiasts Near Montreal:

1. Mount Tom, Woodstock

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Length: 3 miles

For a fabulous 3 hour road trip, I suggest checking this STUNNING hike! Located in Vermont, this "small" peak still puts up a hefty fight against hikers, but it is all worth it! 

2. Vallée Bras du Nord - Saint Raymond, QC

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Length: 80 km (total)

Bring all your friends to come and check out this superb hiking trail! Not only does it offer spectacular views, but it is also family friendly and located right here in Quebec. 

3. Camel's Hump

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Length: 8/10 miles

At Camels Hump,  located in Vermont, you can try their INSANE and somewhat secret hike up the peak that is almost too epic to handle. You can see the highest peaks of Mount Marcy in New York, Mount Washington in New Hampshire and Vermont's Mount Mansfield on a clear summer day. Once at the top, you can sit and enjoy the view over a lovely picnic!

4.  Mount Hor, Sutton

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Length:  2.9 miles // 1.5 hours

Covered in trees and a diverse amount of foliage, Mount Hor is drop dead gorgeous! It is located in Vermont and it is ONLY 2 hours away for a great time.

5. Owl's Head Trail, Groton

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Length: 30 minutes

Now, you may be thinking that this is a beginners Vermont hike, but the truth is that this it's steep path, it puts up quite a challenge for hikers!

6. Stowe Pinnacle, Stowe

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Length: 3 miles 

This cute little 3 mile hike is literally 2 hours away from Montreal and 514% worth the drive. The views are stunning and it is truly fabulous. 

7. Mount Pisgah

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Length: 4 miles and plan for about 3 hours 

Vermont has done it AGAIN! Being only 2 hours away from Montreal, Mount Pisgah offers stunning mountain top views of emerald lakes and beautiful fauna.

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