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The charming village of Val-David has long been a retreat for artists, musicians, and other creative types, and today it still hosts many cultural festivals away from the rush of the city. Tucked away amongst national parkland, and close to the Laurentian Mountains, it's a popular spot for outdoor activities from hiking to rock climbing. This area of French Canada is peaceful and unspoiled, and attracts a large number of winter sports enthusiasts once the thick, powdery snow falls.

Things to see

The Val-David-Val-Morin Regional Park has serene lakes, rocky trails, and dense areas of evergreen forest. There are activities to enjoy all year round, with the summer months bringing hikers, rock climbers, and mountain climbers to the park, with the spectacular views offering a great reward to those who make it to the park's peak. The winter brings a thick layer of snow, making the area ideal for cross country skiing. There are around 40 miles of trails of different abilities, as well as skating trails, with heated shelters along the way where you can take a break. You'll also find a few ski and snowboarding slopes, with intermediate and advanced pistes to give you a challenge. Although the Village du Père Noël is themed around Santa and Christmas, it's also open in the summer months, with a kid's padding pool including fountains and small waterslides, and a play park with climbing frames and ziplines. You may even spot Santa in his summer clothing enjoying the sunshine. In the winter, there's a real North Pole atmosphere, with the village huts covered in fairy lights, the pool frozen into a skating rink, and scooters to help you enjoy the powdery snow. At Les Jardins Du Précambrien, you can enjoy the outdoors while appreciating art inspired by the area, and along these shady, well signposted trails, you'll see unique sculptures by local and national artists.

Hotels in Val David

Many Val-David hotels offer cozy chalet or lodge style accommodation, allowing you to relax on your own terrace, or take a soak in a spa tub in your room. Although feeling isolated, many hotels offer free WiFi, as well as free parking, and complimentary breakfasts before you head out for the day. There's a selection of motel style accommodation with seasonal outdoor pools, gardens, and picnic areas so that you can enjoy the sunny days, and some hotels also have saunas and outdoor spa tubs to enjoy after a hard day of skiing.

Where to stay

Val-David has a few facilities in town, with a small downtown area that has quirky local cafés and European inspired restaurants. It's a great spot to enjoy French cuisine in particular, with cozy bistros and upmarket eateries offering a true gourmand's paradise. There are many Swiss style chalets and lodges, giving the town the feel of an upmarket ski resort, and there are plenty of spectacular natural sites right next to the town, from bubbling brooks to lakeside beaches.

How to get to Val David

Montréal is about 60 miles south of Val-David, and this city is usually the arrival point for visitors to the area. Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is about 90 minutes away by car, with flights arriving from across Canada, the USA, and the rest of the world. If traveling on public transport, you can get a bus to Montréal's Central Station, also known as Gare d’autocars de Montréal, and then take a bus to Val-David which takes just over 2 hours. Le P'tit Train du Nord connects Val-David to surrounding towns if you decide to travel without a car, as well as extensive cycling trails.