Courtesy of Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello

Fairmont LeChateau Montebello, Quebec

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The world’s largest log structure, Chateau Montebello lies on the Ottawa River in Quebec, 90 minutes from Ottawa. A sprawling Adirondack-style lodge, it was built in the 1930’s as a private resort. Today, you can go dog sledding or snowshoeing in the adjacent 6,500-acre Kenauk preserve, hit the indoor curling rink, or do laps in the Olympic-size indoor swimming pool. Then unwind before the six-sided granite fireplace in the massive three-story lobby. —Everett Potter

Best Winter Lodges

Fairmont LeChateau Montebello, Quebec

The world’s largest log structure, Chateau Montebello lies on the Ottawa River in Quebec, 90 minutes from Ottawa. A sprawling Adirondack-style lodge, it was built in the 1930’s as a private resort. Today, you can go dog sledding or snowshoeing in the adjacent 6,500-acre Kenauk preserve, hit the indoor curling rink, or do laps in the Olympic-size indoor swimming pool. Then unwind before the six-sided granite fireplace in the massive three-story lobby. —Everett Potter

Courtesy of Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello

Best Winter Lodges

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