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Saint-Jérôme

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Saint-Jérôme is a small city in Laurentides region of Quebec. It is considered a gateway to the Laurentian Mountains and its resorts via the Autoroute des Laurentides (Autoroute 15).

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By car Saint-Jérôme as accessed from Montreal along Autoroute 15 (Autoroute des Laurentides), which continues north to Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, or alternatively Route 117. Autoroute 50 connects to Gatineau.

By train Train service from Montreal is provided by the Exo (formerly: Agence Metropolitain de Transport).

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Routes through Saint-Jérôme
Mont-TremblantSainte-Anne-des-Lacs  N Quebec Autoroute 15.svgTrans-Canada Highway Quebec.svg S  LavalMontreal
GatineauMontebello  W Quebec Autoroute 50.svg E  ENDS
Mont-TremblantSainte-Anne-des-Lacs  N Qc117.svg S  LavalMontreal
ENDS  N AMT Saint-Jérôme Line S  → Rosemère → Downtown Montreal


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