Summer may be coming to an end, but in a city like Montreal the fun adventures never seem to be far away.
Éco-Odyssée is less than three hours away and it is one of those cool road trip destinations that is totally worth the drive.
This destination is home to a sprawling water labyrinth and it is exactly the kind of thing Montrealers need to do before winter inevitably arrives.
There are different levels to pick from — all designed to give those attending a thrill. The easy level is for those who want to discover the marsh, intermediate is for those looking to identify different animal species, and difficult is for those who want to measure their knowledge.
Each adventure in the water labyrinth was created to offer a unique journey, allowing you to discover and learn more about the habitat and environment of the beaver.
Pick either a canoe or a paddleboat and wander through the water maze while taking in the view and soaking up the knowledge.
And the best part is, due to natural circumstances, there are practically no biting insects in the marsh, so you do not need to worry about getting attacked my mosquitoes.
You can rent the paddleboat or canoe for $49.50 and that is the only cost you will have.
The entire journey will take anywhere between 2 and 2.5 hours to complete and with every minute passing, you will be falling more and more in love with your surroundings.
There is no reason to spend the next few snowless weeks without stepping outside of your comfort zone.
The water labyrinth will also offer spectacular views of foliage!
Fall in Montreal has a lot to offer and there are a lot of opportunities for you to experience a wild adventure if you are open to it. There is nothing like going on a fall road trip outside of Montreal. The abundance of colours that enhance the scenic views are why fall is my favourite time of the year.
Where: Éco-Odyssée, 52 Chemin les Sources, La Pêche (Wakefield), Quebec
When: Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays through October 14, 2019