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Five Fall Hike Destinations in the Laurentians

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At Naya, we love the Laurentians! In fact, our water is drawed and bottled at the foot of the Laurentians Mountains, in Mirabel. We are very proud of our vast and beautiful region and we think that its fall landscape makes it even more splendid! Here are five hike destinations perfect to admire the Laurentians’ beautiful fall colors!

1) Park National d’Oka

Known for its beach during summer, fall also fits this SEPAQ park very nicely. Note that recently, the park launched a pilot project to authorize and regulate dogs on the site. Even Fido will have the pleasure to enjoy a hike with you!

2) Bois de Belle-Riviere Regional Park

Open all year long, this parc located near Naya’s source offers a ton of activities in addition to its hiking trails. So you will have a lot of choice if you still have energy after your hike in the forest!

3) Mont-Tremblant National Park

Did you know that Mont-Tremblay National Park is the oldest park of its kind in Quebec? This park offers 82 km of mountain hiking trails. It also offers a wide range of intermediate and difficult hikes. If you like long hikes and love a good challenge, you’ll be served!

4) Montagne du Diable Regional Park

Offering more than 80 km of trails with with climbs from varying from 10 to 550 meters, this park will please both occasional walkers and experimented hikers! This park also hosts the second highest summit of the Laurentians after Mont-Tremblant!

5)  Laurentian Educational and Tourist Centre

This centre offers more than 36 km of trails with one of them being accessible to persons with reduced mobility and strollers. With its large choice of easy trails, this outdoor destination in perfect for the whole family!