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Ranked ninth on Golfweek's Best Canadian Classic 2015 list, Fairmont Le Château Montebello Golf Club continues to treat golfers to one of the most serene and enjoyable public golfing experiences in Quebec. Designed in 1929, the 18-hole course winds 6,304 yards through tranquil forests and dramatic elevation changes. These surroundings often come into play, especially in how every hole feels secluded and private, doing away with the large crowds of hired extras seen at most golf courses. Nowhere is the natural beauty more evident than at the club's elevated tees, where golfers peer across the area's rolling hills at the staggering peaks of the Laurentians.
Beyond the fairways sits Fairmont Le Château Montebello itself, the self-proclaimed "world's largest log cabin." Along with a hotel and spa, the resort is also home to several dining options including Aux Chantignoles, a smart-casual restaurant set amid two stories of rustic wood and stone.