The Mont Larose trailhead is located in Saint-Sauveur, in the Laurentian region. To get there, take Highway 15 North and exit at Exit 66. Then take route 158 East and continue to Saint-Sauveur. The trailhead is on the right, after the bridge.
Why visit this place
Mount Larose is located in the Laurentians, about an hour's drive north of Montreal. It is a mountainous mountain that rises to 1,067 meters above sea level and offers a breathtaking view of the region. Its wooded and wild slopes are home to numerous animal and plant species, including white-tailed deer, moose and beaver. Hiking and downhill skiing enthusiasts will be pleased, as Mont Larose offers several trails of varying difficulty.
Is Mont Larose in the Laurentians a suitable place for the whole family and children?
Mont Larose is a suitable place for families and children.
Things not to be missed
Activities not to be missed near Mont Larose in Laurentians include hiking, mountain biking, kayaking and fishing. The area is also known for its ski resorts and snowmobile trails.
Activities not to miss near Mont Larose in Laurentians include hiking, mountain biking, kayaking and fishing. Things not to miss include the beautiful scenery and fresh, clean air.
Where to eat?
1. At the foot of Montmorency Falls
2. In a sugar shack
3. On an island
4. In a park
5. In a church
Camping at Mont Larose is located in Saint-Sauveur, in the Laurentian region. There are several camping spots at Mont Larose, including Lac des Sables Campground, Lac des Pins Campground and Lac des Érables Campground. These three campgrounds offer different types of accommodations, including tent sites, trailer sites and cabins.