The Laurentian region is located less than 45 minutes to the north of Montréal. If coming from southern Québec, your participants can access the region easily via Highways 15 or 13, and via Highway 50 if coming from the west of the province. For those participants arriving from the east, there is no need to go through Montréal itself, as Highways 40 and 640 link up to Highway 15.
Another positive factor is that the great majority of lodging is located within a few kilometers of Highway 15. So you have direct access and can maximize your time!
What’s more, if your participants are arriving by plane, there are commercial flights with regular connections to the international airports of Montréal-Trudeau and La Macaza-Mont Tremblant, and specially organized connections to Montréal-Mirabel airport.