A Lavender Maze Exists Near Montreal & It's Impossible To Get Lost In It (PHOTOS)
In this maze, there are no wrong turns.
Getting lost in the fields is without a doubt one of the activities that scream "summer" the most around here. To make an experience like this possible, Laveanne offers a maze made of lavender in Ontario. And, if you ask me, it's the perfect excuse to get to explore your country while taking in a breathtaking sight.
From Montreal, it will take you a four and a half-hour to get to Campbellcroft, taking you along the St. Lawrence River and enjoying the beautiful scenery.
Really, this is one of the most ideal close road trips I can imagine.
And if you're favourite colour is purple or lavender is your favourite scent, you're in for a real treat.
Once there, the place will instantly make you feel like you've transported to the South of France.
You will also be able to bring back a small souvenir of your improvised journey since the boutique offers various interesting products.
As far as the course is concerned, it has nine circuits and is more than 30 metres in diameter.
It has been designed so that you can't get lost — no wrong turns are possible.
So, the purpose of the visit is to relax and also to encourage meditation.
Access to the land is only possible from July onwards.
At that time, the site will be accessible every day from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at a cost of $7 on weekends and $5 on weekdays.
Other activities such as yoga classes are also organized on-site and nothing better than the smell of flowers combined with a fantastic landscape to live a moment of total serenity.
Cost: $7 on weekends and $5 on weekdays
Address: 8667 Gilmour Road, Campbellcroft, ON
When: Every day from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. starting in July
Why you should go: To live a unique experience and discover the country!
This article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.
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