Travel - Outside of Toronto
Sainte-Adele is one of the small quaint villages nestled in the Laurentian Mountains just to the north of Montreal.
This beautiful region offers a wide variety of activities including the famous ski hills of Mount Tremblant.
This area is also famous for the "P'tit Train du Nord". The famous rails-to-trails idea was hatched when the rail
services were no longer required.
The P'tit Train du Nord brings outdoor lovers north into this area for bicycling and cross country
skiing in breathtaking scenery that runs from Mount-Laurier to Sainte-Jerome with 200 km of groomed civilized trails.
This region also offers lots of options for those with an appreciation for fine food. One can take the advantage of
the province's thriving agro-tourism industry for its gourmet cuisine and many wellness spas.
A l'oree du bois B&B:
Tucked away on a side road outside of Sainte-Adele is this wonderful bed and breakfast retreat.
Pictures will not do this place justice - you need to sit on the back veranda to see the breath taking view
of the river at sunset while sipping wine or soak in their private river and waterfalls that runs through their property.
The hosts will spoil you with their lovely home cooked breakfasts while you sit at the family dinning room is filled with
treasures from their travels. Four charmingly decorated room with private ensuite; prices very reasonable. 400,
rue des Engoulevents, Sainte-Adele, Quebec Tel: 450-229-5455 www.aloreedubois.com
A L'Express Gourmand:
In the tiny picturesque town of Sainte-Adele, you will find this small gem of a restaurant called L'Express Gourmand
where Chef Didier Galldraud promotes slow cooking (braising meat with little liquid) and he also loosely follows
100-mile diet ingredients. Careful attention has been given to every detail of the menu. 31 rue Morin, Sainte-Adele,
Quebec Tel: 450-229-1915