Located on the border with Ontario, this western Quebec gem is home to the largest log structure ever built. Montebello also hosts Canada’s largest rock festival, Montebello Rock (formerly known as Amnesia Rockfest). One of the area’s most popular and visited attractions is Parc Omega, a 7.5-mile drive-through safari park where visitors can view bears, bison, elk, wolves and other animals in their natural habitat. Other must-see attractions include Kenauk Nature Reserve, which has numerous lakes and is home to the rare blonde bear; ChocoMotive, an artisanal chocolate factory; and the Manoir Papineau National Historic Site, a grand 19th-century estate that is open to the public.
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This log cabin-inspired hotel offers guests a true Canadian experience with more than 40 unique activities and experiences. 210 guest rooms and suites feature elegant yet rustic decor and the comforts of home.
In order to avoid summer crowds, shoulder season is the best time to visit Montebello, in other words spring and fall. The coldest months of the year are December, January and February, but are also the least crowded.