Spending A Day in The Basses-Laurentides During Fall

With leaves starting to change colors, it is the perfect time to explore the Basses-Laurentides! A couple weeks ago I had the opportunity to spend a day exploring different places and it makes for the perfect fall adventure! To see all the possible adventures you could have in Basses-Laurentide check out their website.

The first stop is in Old St-Eustache at the Noire et Blanche microbrewery. If you are a beer lover you will definitely love this place! It is a great place to grab lunch and a drink before exploring the Basses-Laurentides. They have so many beers brewed in-house, you will for sure find one you'll love. My favorite was the Litchi-Chin.

They also have a store right next door to their brewery where you can buy their beer bottles.

Of course, it is not fall without apple and pumpkin picking. La Magie de la Pomme is a great apple orchard to go to in the Basses-Laurentides. They also have a gourmet shop where they sell other products that are homemade like their famous apple donuts!

They also have a sunflower field section where you can take photos and this section is included in the pumpkin and apple picking entry fee.

They also have a cute little farm with goats and it is the perfect way to end the visit.

Basses-Laurentides has plenty of tasty destinations! Take a little break from apple picking and grab an apéro at Les Vents D'ange.

They have a newly opened buvette where you can grab a basket which includes cheese, charcuterie, olives and more as well as wine of course (either two glasses or a bottle). It is open everyday from 9am to 4:30pm until October 23rd.

End your day picking up more apples and drinking cider with a beautiful view at Verger Trottier - La Cidreries des Générations. It's such a beautiful place to end the day. They've just recently started selling their cider and it's definitely worth the visit!

Bonne Appétit & Safe Travels!


Megan Chartrand-Robichaud

October 3, 2022