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Side Trips from Montréal Travel Guide

Oka

Apple orchards and locally made cheese are what best represent this area of Québec. The urban sprawl has driven the Cistercian monks from their abbey in Oka, on the shores of Lac des Deux-Montagnes, to seek solace farther north in St-Jean-de-Matha in the Lanaudière region, but the cheese they made famous is still produced by a private firm here and is available in local shops. The rolling

hills around the little town of Oka are where you'll find many of the apple orchards. If you love cider, follow the Route des Vergers, stopping at various properties along this "Orchard Route" to sample the local wares. There's also a winery on the route: La Roche des Brises, whose whites and reds include the port-like L'été Indien (Indian Summer).

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