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The Natural "Sapphire Pool" Near Montreal You've Gotta Swim In This Summer (20 Photos)

A true hidden gem!

Do you absolutely adore adventures and discovering hidden gems and secret destinations? Well, I know I do and I am positive that I am not the only one! So, for those fellow adventurers out there, I'd like to share with you my latest discovery! Now, all our dreams can come true if you are willing to drive out of Montreal!

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Rattlesnake Pool is located in Maine and can be found at Evans Notch. It is most known for it's sapphire waters that make you feel like you are on a tropical vacation! It is surrounded by the beautiful forest and I swear it is almost too stunning to handle!


Rattlesnake Pool is actually found on private property, but the lovely owners have granted access to the public as long as everyone is respectful! This large oasis is great for relaxing and even cliff jumping. Just remember, the pool is very cold since it is fed from an underground spring.


General Information:

Distance: 4 hours away from Montreal 

Location: White Mountains, Maine

Features: hiking trails, mountains, stunning views, public beaches, natural areas, scenic vistas, and a sapphire pool

Schedule: Open Daily

Price:  FREE

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Emily Draicchio From the core of Montreal, Emily is an upcoming Art History student attending McGill. She has joined the MTL Blog team as their newest creative writer. Her goal is to have an active life while discovering the virtues of Montreal! Join her on her journey with visuals from her Instagram @emdraicchio. She is a self-proclaimed cactus whisperer who can't get enough of soccer and EDM, She loves to talk... and talk... and talk, so it's time to hear her voice!

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