Last week I told you all about the train bikes that you can take in the Adirondacks which look insanely cool and fun, and now there's this new crazy adventure that requires barely any physical activity at all!
You can take this stunning gondola ride through the clouds at Loon Mountain in New Hampshire! Once you get to the top of the mountain you can explore the stunning lake on top of the mountain!
One of the most magical places on top of this mountain is their hidden glacial caves that you can actually walk through! These caves are over 50,000 years old and made with granite.
You can walk through the caves on their boardwalk, take stairs up to the top overlooking the mountain, and stairs down into the deep glacial depths! It's a super fun adventure that you definitely don't want to miss this fall.
There's no denying how lovely it is to travel within Quebec, but sometimes we all yearn to explore place we've never been before. So, we found eight cute towns in Ontario for you to check out whenever that yearning arises.
And no — we're not going to suggest that you to go to Ottawa for the 20th time in your life.
Distance from Montreal: ~3 hours and 35 minutes
Why You Need To Go: Picton is the perfect town for any wine lover to visit, considering the amount of wine tours visitors can do while there. There's also a lot of nature in and around the town, which makes for an ideal escape from a hectic city like Montreal.
Why You Need To Go: Goderich may be a little further out than most like to go for a road trip, but it's known to be the "prettiest town in Canada," so it'll surely be worth the long drive to see all of its 19th century buildings and unique nature spots.
Why You Need To Go: Kingston may be the size of a city, but it has the heart of a small town. It has a number of different historic sites to check out and you can spend part of your day hanging by the waterfront.
Why You Need To Go: Port Hope is best known for having great places to go fishing and go its lovely 19th century homes. Plus, if you make your way out there, a visit to Haute Goat Farm is definitely a must.
Why You Need To Go: This Ontario town is another one that has been recognized for its beauty on a national level. It was called Canada's "Most Beautiful Village" by Communities in Bloom, which means there's no better time to go than summer.
Why You Need To Go: A little drive to Brockville makes for an ideal summer day. While there, you can visit the 1000 Islands Village, check out the cool architecture around the town, and take a hike up The Brock Trail.
The agency said the travellers — who arrived in Toronto during the week of July 18 — "providing false information related to proof of vaccination credentials and pre-departure tests," and also refused to comply with Canada's mandatory government-approved hotel quarantine and on-arrival testing.
Travellers who violate the quarantining instructions provided by a quarantine officer when entering Canada could rack up a $5,000 fine for each day they don't comply, or for each offence committed, according to PHAC. Breaking rules could also result in more serious penalties, like six months in prison or $750,000 in fines.
Fully vaccinated travellers who want to be to be considered for Canada's loosened quarantine and COVID-19 testing rules have to submit electronic proof of vaccination to ArriveCAN, Canada's online documentation service, prior to arriving at their destination.
Canada's eased travel measures for double-dosed travellers who are permitted to enter Canada came into effect on July 5.
Kanesatake election results to be revealed after July 31
Lopez told MTL Blog that he originally planned for the festival to be held on a large piece of land belonging to a Mohawk family, but after word spread that a major festival would be held in the area, the organizers received backlash from the wider Mohawk community. The show had also been cancelled once before, he said.
"We started having a lot of negative comments from the Mohawk nation, saying that they didn't want all these people walking around," Lopez told MTL Blog.
"And to top it all off [...] the show got postponed for a date where [...] they had the election going, you know, for whoever the new Chief is going to be."
"That's when we had to [...] all sit down at a board meeting, and we [made] the decision out of respect for their community [...] and the things that are going on right now, as well as their election, that we would put everything on hold," Lopez said.
Event organizers plan to "circle back" post-election
Lopez told MTL Blog he intends to meet with the Mohawk Council before re-organizing the festival, in order to "get proper approvals and the support of all the community."
"We want to make sure that the fans have a safe environment with zero animosity attached to our events," he said.
"The Mohawk Nation is a beautiful nation [and] I would really like to bring something positive over there to make people feel [...] like it is a safe place to go out. I would not go forward without having [the Council] and the Mohawk Nation behind us."
The event managers expected approximately 1,000 spectators at the show, according to Daley. He said an on-site cannabis dispensary — which would not have been legal had the show taken place in Montreal — and alcohol sales were part of the festival's original plan.
"Sometimes, not all money is good money. Sometimes you gotta step back and show the bigger picture, that way the Native community can look at you and respect you," Daley said.
However, though Lopez hopes to reorganize the event for the fall, he intends to meet the newly elected Council of Chiefs and the Grand Chief after the July 31 election before that can happen.
"We will have to see with the new Council at that time if they are in agreement [...] with what we will set forward," he told MTL Blog.
"And at [that] point, we will have to have a clear yes."
MTL Blog reached out to the Mohawk Council of Kanesatake for comment but it was not able to provide further information at the time. We will update this story if that changes.