Soon enough, there will be snow again! So, it's time to start making plans for your winter vacation here in Canada before all the fantastic cottages get booked. When you picture a classic Canadian winter getaway, you probably envision a traditional log cabin in Quebec surrounded by snow. But this unique cabin might be the ultimate spot to visit this winter, because you'll find an indoor rock climbing wall!

In the winter, Saint-Donat-de-Montcalm transforms into a winter wonderland of soft fluffy snow and tall pine trees. Located an hour and 45 minutes away from Montreal, it's a picturesque spot near Mont Tremblant in the heart of the Laurentian mountains. It's here you'll find the log cabin with a rock-climbing wall.

This picturesque log cabin is perfect for visiting with several friends. It can comfortably sleep up to six people and has three bedrooms, two with a king bed and one with a queen bed.

Inside one of the bedrooms, you'll find the floor-to-ceiling rock climbing wall. You and your friends will enjoy trying to scale this wall to see who can make it to the top!

The rest of the cottage has a Scandinavian-inspired design with neutral colours and plenty of wood accents. You'll also find a modern kitchen, wifi access, and a deep soaker tub where you can warm up after a long day of skiing.

Due to its prime location in Saint-Donat-de-Montcalm, you're close to Ski Garceau and Mont Tremblant for skiing. Meanwhile, in the area, you'll find plenty of trails where you can go cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, or Alpine hiking. You'll also want to visit the nearby Pioneer Park to go skating through the middle of a forest!

This log cabin on Airbnb requires a two-night stay, so it's best suited for weekends. It's available from $254 a night for six people, including cleaning and service fees.

Cozy Log Cabin

Price Per Night: From $254 a night for six people

Address Or Neighborhood: Saint-Donat-de-Montcalm, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: This dreamy log cabin comes with an insane rock climbing wall inside!


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