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Laurentians 2016

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Less than an hour north of Montreal lie the verdant valleys, small villages and the great outdoors of the Laurentians, a region full of surprises for corporate groups, incentive trips or executive retreats. There's so much to do in the region, every month of the year. Festivals, concerts and the great outdoors engage attendees after hours. Pre- or post-program activities during the winter months include downhill and cross-country skiing. In the spring and summer, discover the bounty of the region's culinary artistry and explore the creative work of the local artisans. Come and discover one of Quebec's favourite four-season playgrounds. The first ski hills were built at Mont-Tremblant in the 1800s and resort properties, restaurants and cottage living soon followed. Today, it's easy to fly from Toronto into Mont-Tremblant International. It's a 37-minute drive to Mont-Tremblant from the airport. Porter offers 12 direct flights per week in winter and two to six flights during the summer. Air Canada flies direct from Toronto Pearson International Airport four times per week in the winter. Alternatively, the region is about 60 minutes by car from Pierre-Elliot Trudeau International Airport in Montreal. For more insight on the Laurentians visit our Destination Hub laurentiansbusinessevents.com

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