Mont Tremblant Resort

Mont Tremblant is repeatedly chosen as the number one ski resort in the east and given the range of terrain, the exceptional snow parks along with the great restaurants and bars it's no wonder. Now with the planned expansion it's going to be hard to beat the experience the resort provides. A short distance from the resort St Sauveur, in the Laurentians, lays claim to haveing the largest concentration of lit runs for night riding in the world.

Cross country enthusiasts can take advantage of the trails at the Domain St Bernard located between the resort and the town of St Jovite. You'll find more great skiing in the surrounding regions including backcountry hut-to-hut in Mont Tremblant Park, a short drive from the resort.

 
 

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Mont Tremblant - Snowboarding, Skiing, Mountain Biking (Chairlift), Hiking, Backpacking, Telemark Skiing, XC Skiing, Avg. Annual Snowfall 382cm (12.5ft ), 645m (2 116 ft.) Vertical - Mont Tremblant , Laurentians, Quebec

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Mont Tremblant is located in the Laurentians Region of Quebec approximately 125km (78 miles) north of Montreal. The nearest airports are Mirabel and Dorval International (Montreal). Another option if your flying is Ottawa International Airport. If your flying into Canada via Toronto you would still have a 6-7 hour (longer in winter) drive ahead of you if you wished to visit the resort. From Montreal take the Laurentain Autoroute (autoroute des Laurentides), highway 15 north until it turns into the 117 north at Ste-Agathe. Follow the 117 just passed Saint-Jovite to the intersection at Montee Ryan where you take a right at the lights onto Montee Ryan. Keep going to the end and follow the resort signs. From Ottawa take cross into Hull and pick up highway 50 then the 148 east to Montebello where you pick up the 323 north which will take you to St Jovite. Take the underpass at the end of the 323 and make a left at the lights to pick up the 117.Follow the 117 just passed Saint-Jovite to the intersection at Montee Ryan where you take a right at the lights onto Montee Ryan. Keep going to the end and follow the resort signs. For more information on the province have a look at:

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Mont Tremblant's cousins include Whistler-Blackcomb just north of Vancouver and Blue Mountain just to the north of Toronto


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Laurentians

Le Chantecler - Snowboarding, Skiing, Cross Country Skiing (50km), Night Skiing, Dogsledding, Ste-Adele, Laurentians, Quebec

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Sainte Adele is located in the Laurentians region approximately 68km (43 miles) north of Montreal. From Montreal take highway 15 north to exit 67, then take a left on Morin St. at the fourth light. At the third intersection turn right on Chemin Chantecler and follow it to the resort. For more information on the province have a look at:

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Gray Rocks - Snowboarding, Skiing, Cross Country Skiing (connections to 100km of trails), Mountain Biking (nearby), Hiking , Cycling (P'tite Train du Nord). Known for its springs skiing which can go well into late spring. St Jovite (Mont Tremblant), Laurentians, Quebec

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Saint Jovite is located in the Laurentians region approximately 120km (75 miles) north of Montreal. For more information on the province have a look at:

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Mont Avila - Snowboarding, Skiing, Piedmont (St Sauveur), Laurentians, Quebec

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Mont Blanc - Snowboarding, Skiing, Cross Country Skiing, Dog Sledding, 300m (983 ft.) Vertical - Saint Faustin (Ste Jovite), Laurentians, Quebec

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Mont Habitant - Snowboarding, Skiing, Saint Sauveur, Laurentians, Quebec

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Mont Saint Sauveur - Snowboarding, Skiing, Telemark Skiing, - St. Sauveur, Laurentians, Quebec

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    Backcountry Skiing

    Mont Tremblant Provincial Park

    The Long Randonee

    94km, intermediate, linear. This is a beautiful tour particulary when done with a group of friends. There is no better way to see the park in winter. There are four backcountry huts available along the trail, which accommodate 16 to 20 people. The huts are spaced 10 to 20km apart and departures must be early enough to ensure you can reach the next hut before winter's early sundown. If you plan anything other than the loop in the Monroe area you'll need to arrange transportation. This area can experience temperatures of -40 and below. Temperatures can plummet quickly and unexpectedly, ensure that your equipment and skills are up to the challenge and never ski alone. Reservations are required and registration upon arrival is obligatory. For more information have a look at Out-There's Mont Tremblant Provincial Park.

    Papineau Labelle Wildlife Reserve

    While not as well know for winter recreation as Mont Tremblant, the reserve has an extensive trail system exceeding 300km. In addition there are 15 shared huts for backcountry skiers. There are two main areas with trails, Mont Bondi in the north and Lac du Sourd Sector in the more central region of the park. The Bondi sector is better suited to intermediates while the Sourd trails tend to be tougher and are better for more advanced skiers. The reserve is a back country area, make sure your skills and equipment are a match for your route and remember it can drop to -40°C in in this area. The reserve is located in the northern region of the Laurentians east of Mont Tremblant. For information, winter access and reservations check out the Sepaq site for La Reserve Faunique Papineau Labelle and make inquiries with the reserve regarding all the detials.

    P'tit Train du Nord

    90km, beginner (spurs beginner-expert). A rail trail in summer the pathway cuts through the very heart of the region. While it's is rarely far from a town or village it passes by lakes, stream, rivers field and forest. The trial hasn't much in the way of a grade, making it perfect for those new to the sport. If you want more of a challenge there are dozens of spurs which are more demanding and connect you into the regions vast trail system. If you're looking for an extented outing you can choose from a wide variety of accomodations from grande hotels, to a warm and comfortable auberge or a small intimate B&B. St. Jerome to Mont Tremblant (Winter). All the trails access points are located north of Montreal off highways 15 and 117. Have a look a Out-There's P'tit Train du Nord for details.

    Aerobic Corridor

    Beginner-intermediate (spurs beginner-expert). Another of the regions rail trails, it follows through a less developed part of the region. The trial is accessible to all skill levels, for the more advance skier there are many connections to the Laurentians broader network of trails. The trail is being extended to connect to the P'tit Train du Nord at St. Sauveur in the south and Mont Tremblant in the north. The northern section currently allows snow mobiles, check with the trail organization to find out the current status of this section. There are a number of access points to the trial with the main access in the south in Morin Heights. Take the 15 (or 13 to the 640 then the 15) north from Montreal to exit 60 at St. Sauveur. Head west along the 329 and turn light at the lights into Morin Heights. At the first stop sign turn right again to the parking lot. (450) 226-1220, Morin Heights to Lac-des-Seize-Iles (Winter). For more information have a look at Out-There's Aerobic Corridor.

    Rouge-Matawin Wildlife Reserve

    The reserve is a true wilderness area located along the northern borders of Mont Tremblant Provincial Park. There are numerous areas for backcountry sking which are currently being developed. The reserve has warming huts and you'll find cabins and prospectors tents for rent within its boundaries. The reserve is a back country area, make sure your skills and equipment are a match for your route and remember it can drop to -40°C in in this area. The reserve is located in the northern region of the Laurentians east of Mont Tremblant. For information, winter access and reservations check out the Sepaq site for La Reserve Faunique Rouge Matawin and make inquiries with the reserve regarding all the detials.

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    Cross Country Skiing

    Mont-Tremblant Cross-Country Center - The Domaine St-Bernard is well known for its cross country skiing now has facilities for snowshoeing as well. The cross country trails encompass a network of 65km of varying difficulty. Located between the resort at Tremblant, Grey Rocks and St. Jovite it makes for an ideal days outing for families and enthusiasts visiting the area. Mont Tremblant, Laurentians, Quebec

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    Aerobic Corridor

    Beginner-intermediate (spurs beginner-expert). Another of the regions rail trails, it follows through a less developed part of the region. The trial is accessible to all skill levels, for the more advance skier there are many connections to the Laurentians broader network of trails. The trail is being extended to connect to the P'tit Train du Nord at St. Sauveur in the south and Mont Tremblant in the north. The northern section currently allows snow mobiles, check with the trail organization to find out the current status of this section. There are a number of access points to the trial with the main access in the south in Morin Heights. Take the 15 (or 13 to the 640 then the 15) north from Montreal to exit 60 at St. Sauveur. Head west along the 329 and turn left at the lights into Morin Heights. At the first stop sign turn left to the parking lot. (450) 226-1220, Morin Heights to Lac-des-Seize-Iles (Winter). For more information have a look at Out-There's Aerobic Corridor.

    Mont Tremblant Provincial Park

    The park is particulary picturesque in the winter and well worth a visit particulary if you've never seen it with its heavy blanket of snow. There area over 86km of patrolled and groomed trails as well as the Long Randonee Trail which has backcountry huts for overnight skiers. Both the Pimbina section, above Saint-Donat (Lanaudiere Region) and La Daible (Monroe - Laurentians) section northeast of Ste. Joviet have groomed trails and facilities. There are a number of different routes to accomodate different fitness and skill levels. There are warming huts along several of the trails. The park has recently refurbished serveral cabins which can be rented, if your interested make sure you book early.

    The Long Randonee, linear, 94km. This is a beautiful tour particulary when done with a group of friends. There is no better way to see the park in winter. There are four backcountry huts available which accomodate 16 to 20 people along the trail. The huts are spaced 10 to 20km apart and departures must be early enough to ensure you can reach the next hut before sundown. If you plan anything other than the loop in the Monroe area you'll need to arrange transportation. Ensure that your equipment and skills are up to the challenge and never ski alone. This area can experience temperatures of -40 and below. Temperatures can plummet quickly and unexpectedly, ensure that your equipment and skills are up to the challenge and never ski alone. Reservations are required and registration upon arrival is obligatory.

    Morin Heights

    30km classic, beginner-expert, waxing room, chalet, fee. The area has an extensive trail system including one of the main access points for the Aerobic Corridor and over 50km of ungroomed trails. Take the 15 (or 13 to the 640 then the 15) north from Montreal to exit 60 at St. Sauveur. Head west along the 329 and turn left at the lights into Morin Heights. At the first stop sign turn left to the parking lot.

    Oka Park - Oka has over 50 km of cross-country skiing, both track set and skating. The trails include the Colline du Calvaire (part of which is the mountain biking trail in the summer) which is made up of some really steep climbs, along with excellent down hills; better left to the experts . Intermediate skiers are well served by the Colline de l'Est which takes advantage of the nature trails above the Grande Baie. For the novices, or those that just want to have a relaxing days ski, kick you way through the rolling trails above the beautiful beach. The trails wind their way throughout the beautiful oak forests and have endless side trails to explore. The park has recently opened a lighted trail to allow for extending your day into the twilight.You'll also fiind three easy snow shoeing trails which will take you through the parks beautiful oak forests. You can rent cross country skis as well as snow shoes in the park.The park is 55 km northwest of Montreal. Take highway 13 or 15 (the Laurentian Autoroute) north to the 640. Then head west towards St Eustache. The 640 takes you right into the park.

    P'tit Train du Nord

    90km, beginner (spurs beginner-expert). A rail trail in summer the pathway cuts through the very heart of the region. While it's is rarely far from a town or village it passes by lakes, stream, rivers field and forest. The trial hasn't much in the way of a grade, making it perfect for those new to the sport. If you want more of a challenge there are dozens of spurs which are more demanding and connect you into the regions vast trail system. If you're looking for an extented outing you can choose from a wide variety of accomodations from grande hotels, to a warm and comfortable auberge or a small intimate B&B. All the trails access points are located north of Montreal off highways 15 and 117. Have a look a Out-There's P'tit Train du Nord for details. St. Jerome to Mont Tremblant (Winter).

    Val David/Far Hills (Val Morin)

    130+km, beginner-expert, waxing room, rentals, chalet. Often referred to as eastern Canada's finest ski area these trails are very well designed, maintained and are fittingly very scenic. You'll find a lot of the Laurentinas earliest ski history revolves around this area with many trials having being used and built by the regions cross country pioneers like Tom Gillespie and Herman "Jack Rabbit" Johannsen. There are two centers with parking, one at Far Hills Inn and the other in the village just south of Route de l'Eglise. The trails intersect the P'tite Train du Nord at three different points allowing you to include them within your ski touring plans. The area has a number of well know resorts and lots of charming B&Bs. Far Hills (819) 322-2014. Val David (819) 322-7042


     

    Snowshoeing

    Mont Temblant Resort - In addition to almost every other conceivable outdoor activity, the resort has a trail system with guided outings. Consult with the activities centre for descriptions of the tours. From Montreal - Take Autoroute 15 which turns into the 117 just passed Sainte-Agathe. Along the 117 watch for the signs for the resort at Saint-Jovite. Follow the signs (327) to the resort.

    Mont-Tremblant Cross-Country Center - The Domaine St-Bernard is well known for its cross country skiing now has facilities for snowshoeing. Located between the resort at Tremblant, Grey Rocks and St. Jovite it makes for an ideal days outing for families and enthusiasts visiting the area. Mont Tremblant, Laurentians, Quebec

    Snowshoeing in the Surrounding Region

    Mont Tremblant Park - Both the Lac Munro and the Pembina sectors have designated snowshoe trails. Taking advantage of the extensive hiking network, the parks snow shoe trails will take you into small lakes or up onto some of the parks spectacular look outs. Rentals are available. Diable Sector (Lac Monroe) - From Montreal take highway 15 to the 117 to St Faustin, then follow the signs north into the park. From Mont Tremblant resort take highway around the mountain to the south side bypassing the split to ski hill. At the T intersection take a right and follow the signs a short distance into the park. Pembina (St. Donat) - From Montreal take the 15 or 13 north to the 640 east. Take highway 125 to the northeast towards St Donat then follow route 3 into the park. Laurentians, Quebec

    Oka Park - The park is a favourite cross country ski destination for outdoor enthusiasts in Montreal and the lower laurentians. There are now three easy snow shoeing trails which will take you through the parks beautiful oak forests. The park is 55 km northwest of Montreal. Take highway 13 or 15 (the Laurentian Autoroute) north to the 640. Then head west towards St Eustache. The 640 takes you right into the park.

     

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    Dog Sledding

    Aventures Mont Tremblant - Dog Sledding tours of several hours to several days. Reservations are required. La Conception, Laurentians, Quebec

    Base de Plein Air Cockanagog - Dog Sledding and Skijoring. Reservations are required. Ferme Neuve, Laurentians, Quebec

    Casaventures - Dog Sledding, Tours and Instruction. Reservations are required. Vals des Lacs, Laurentians, Quebec

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