Summer is here and it's time to start enjoying the warm weather. There are plenty of upcoming activities and festivals in Montreal but for those of you who just can't wait to go on an outdoor adventure we've found 6 summer mini road trips you can enjoy that are pretty close to Montreal. So whether you're active or you just like to lounge around and relax, we've got the perfect trips for you.
Check out 6 summer adventures you can go on with your friends near Montreal:
Rent A Sea-Side Beach Cottage In Maine
If you've never been, you know at least one friend who knows about how awesome Maine can be. It's small and quaint with lots of small towns like Ogunquit and Old Orchard with beautiful beaches and adorable shops. They also have some of the best lobster restaurants in the world.
Attend The 2015 Quebec Summer Wine Tour
We love our wine in Quebec and it's time you discovered more of the wines we have to offer. The best way to that is to take a drive along the wine route. You can easily find all the best spots with this interactive wine map. Or you can also take advantage of the special vacation packages they have to offer.
Go To The Mont-Tremblant Tree Top Challenge
A fun sensational tree adventure in the wilderness with 60 foot high zip lines and a collection of different suspended bridges. Located right outside the Mont-Tremblant resort, the areal games is the perfect activity for and is perfect activity for you and your friends. You can even do these activities at night with head lamps to make things even more adventurous.
Go Whale Watching In Quebec's Gaspesie
Prepare yourself for a whale-watching adventure. You'll get to feel the thrill of spotting a whale as it breaches the water. Watching the explosion of water shooting out of their blow-holes and seeing the playful dolphins jump around in the waves. Sure way to get a ton of cool pics to post on Facebook later. (we all know that's the only reason you want to go)
Eat Everything At The 2015 Quebec Summer Cheese Tour
C'mon! You can't have a wine tour without a cheese tour. How else are you supposed to cleanse your palate (or whatever, I don't drink wine, I'm not sure how that works) There are too many routes to name and they all come with their own downloadable itinerary, they include The Laurentians, The Eastern Townships, The Monteregie, The Saguenay and 4 others. You can even plan your trip according to whether your prefer, sheep, goat or cow milk cheeses.
Go Check Out The All-New Beach Club
Nothing says summer like the beach and we may not have the best beach but we definitely have one of the coolest. Beach Club in Pointe-Calumet isn't wasting any time and has already started to release a lineup of events for summer 2015 so get on it!