I'm thinking of planning a roadtrip on the Canadian Thanksgiving long weekend that's coming up soon. I would like to get some ideas about where can we go to spend a few days.
It would be me and my wife, we are in our late twenties. We have been living in Montreal, Canada for a few years now. We have done lots of the popular nearby trips Mont Tremblant, Quebec City etc. and the nearby cities.
Considering the October weather when it starts to get a little chilly, not sure which destination would be a good choice.
We are looking to spend a few relaxing days, maybe do some hiking/biking, get some good food, do a little sightseeing.
Preferably a place not more than 4-5 hours drive from Montreal.
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