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You can go 'treetop biking' in this amazing forest near Montreal

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DH Montreal Staff Sep 19, 2017 6:24 am 1,086

Imagine experiencing autumn’s beautiful leaves while biking along the treetops.

That’s exactly what you can do at the Au Diable Vert resort, located a two-hour drive from Montreal in Glen Sutton, Quebec.

The 1,000-metre VéloVolant circuit at Au Diable Vert is the highest of its kind. The course winds along the treetops and you’ll be able to experience the incredible views of Mont of Mont Sutton, Jay Peak, and Owl’s Head.

VéloVolant at Au Diable Vert

VéloVolant at Au Diable Vert

VéloVolant at Au Diable Vert

VéloVolant at Au Diable Vert

VéloVolant at Au Diable Vert

VéloVolant at Au Diable Vert

VéloVolant at Au Diable Vert

VéloVolant at Au Diable Vert

Au Diable Vert was recently named as Canada’s Leading Wilderness Resort 2017 at the World Travel Awards in London, England.

The resort features a range of accommodations, including unique tree houses and log cabins all the way to our luxurious two bedroom mountain view suites.

You can still take a ride on the VéloVolant if you’re not staying at Au Diable Vert. The cost without lodging is $50 for adults and $35 for kids 12 to 17-years-old.

If you’re staying at the resort, you’ll be eligible for a $20 rebate.

This is definitely one fall activity you want to take advantage of!

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