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Mont Tremblant Provincial Park protects 1492 square kilometers of Quebec's beautiful Laurentian mountains. An easy two hour drive north of Montreal (Access), you can quickly leave the worries of the city behind you. If your looking to relax, do some nature observation or if you want a little adventure, you couldn't ask for a better place. With over one hundred lakes, six rivers and countless mountains the park offers endless opportunities.

  Colourful Canoes in Autumn
 

The park is divided into three sectors, La Diable in the west, La Pimbina in the center and L'Assoption in the east. Each has it's own special flavour and you might want to visit each in turn but keep in mind, the main road through the park, is for the most part unpaved (but this is changing). The Diable sector (Lac Monroe) is the most popular, while L'Assomption being furthest from Montreal, is the least crowded of the three

A short drive from the Diable sector of the park you'll find the world famous Mont Tremblant Resort Located on the far side of the parks namesake, Mont Tremblant, the resort has some of the best downhill sking and boarding in the east. You'll also find over 100km of cross country sking, mountain biking, hiking along with exceptional restaurants, bars and accommodations.

 

The park has hundreds of front country and back country campsites for campers and canoeists. Reservations are highly recommended during high season and over long weekends. In addition the park has several backcountry huts and hut/cottage combinations. In the winter the huts are very popular and you should make your reservations well in advance before your planned visit (consult with the park for details). A new program for cabin rentals has been initiated.

 
Lac Munroe
Lac Monroe from the Lookout
 
Paddling the Diable River
 
 

Canoeing

There are six rivers and over four hundred lakes in the park. Many more routes are planned for 2005.

Both the L'Assomption and the Diable are best run in the spring when the water is high.

La Diable is 45km in total with a 7km interruption at km 25. Arrange for a shuttle if you wish to complete the whole trip. Their are portages around all of the tougher rapids. The upper river has ten campsites with one area in the bottom section. There is also group camping.

L'Assumption is 15km within the park and has rapids ranging from Class I to IV with portages available around the tougher rapids. The river has four separate campgrounds.

Canoes can be rented at Lac Monroe (La Diable) and L'Assomption and Saint Donat. Shuttle service is available at Monroe and L'Assomption (canoes only) as well as trip packages.

 

Cross Country Skiing

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.

 
  Le Bois-Franc 10.5km Beginner and Intermediate  
  Le Poete 5.7km Beginner and Intermediate  
  Les Falaises 9.8km Beginner and Intermediate  
  Le Poisson 12.0km Beginner, Intermediate and Expert  
  La Perdriole 3.6km Beginner
 
  La Biche 7.9km Beginner
 
  Le Lievre 6.5km Beginner
 
  Le Malard 17.8km Beginner and Expert
 
  L'Ours 16.2km Beginner and Expert  
 

Le Pembina

  La Voliere 1.9km Beginner
 
  Le Ruisseau 5.0km Beginner  
  La Detente 11.8km Beginner and Expert  
  Les Cascades 12.6km Beginner, Intermediate and Expert  
  La Descente 10.8km Beginner and Intermediate
 
  La Cassagne 17.1km Beginner, Intermediate
 

For more information have a look at Out-There's Mont Tremblant Provincial Park.

 

Backcountry Skiing & Touring

Backcountry skiing is a very popular activity in the park. The Hut system allows for extended trips which can range from an overnight out and back to linear jaunt of several days. In combination with the backcountry opportunities their is extensive track set skiing concentrated in the La Diable and La Pimbina sections. Snowshoeing is a new addition to the winter activities here and it is already becoming a popular way to experience this winter wonderland.

 
The Diable in Winter
Winter comes to the valley and the rivers start to freeze up
 

The Long Randonee - 94km, intermediate, linear. This is a beautiful backcountry 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.

 

Snow Shoeing

There are designated trails in both the Diable (Lac Monroe) and the Pembina sectors of the park.Lac Monroe has the Lac-des-Femmes Trail which extends for 2.7km, the 6km out and back Sentier de la Roche or the more difficult but very rewarding (a beautiful lookout over parks) Roche de la Corniche trail which is about 8km. There is also the shorter trail the Sentier de la Coulee. In the Pembina sector you'll find the Sentier de L'Envol at 3.4km as well as the l'aire boisee which provides 5kms to explore. If you'r willing to break your own trail and you have the skills and expertise you can explore almost any are of the park. You can also consider overnight stays in the parks cabins or in your tent if you are a winter camper. Rentals are available in the park, contact them for more information.

 

Mountain Biking

Bikers can choose from over 75km of jeep track, dirt road and single track. The trails are predominantly in the Lac Monroe area but their is an excellent ride of 17km in the Pimbina Sector. If your still looking for more variety the world renown Mont Tremblant resort is nearby and it has another twenty trails you might want to try.


La Diable Sector

Les Chutes Croches - Beginner 9.2km
Mostly rolling jeep track with one short climb it leads from the campgrounds on the east side of Lac Monroe to the beautiful Chutes Croches.

La Renardiere - Beginner 6.0km
Essentially a part of the Le Revage trail you can use a return path at the bottom of Lac Monroe to shorten the distance and turn it into a loop.

Le Ravage - Beginner 11.6km
The trail runs from the campgrounds on the east side of Lac Monroe the trail has some great undulations and single track on the way to the Relais du Ravage Hut.

Lac-Bochet - 18.6km
From the parking lot at Lac du Brochet the trail travels to the Petite Riviere Cachee and follows along the banks for a few kilometers before turning sharply north to the Refuge de la Cache. This is a linear trail.

Le Boule - 10.8km
An out and back consisting of jeep track and dirt road starting from Hwy one below the Monroe Service center. The trial leads to the Relais du Campe hut or you can take the south branche to the lake.

Pimbina Sector

Lac Cassagne - 17km
The trail climbs from just outside of the Saint-Donat Centre d'accueil. A linear section leads to a 7km section that loops back to the main trail. The loop passes several lakes including Lac Cassagne and Lac Telephore and leads to the Relais du Lariou Hut.

 
Autumn Hike in Tremblant
 
 

Hiking

Hikers are well served by Parc Tremblant with dozens of trails to choose from. There are a number of trails, such as La Roche and La Corniche which lead to spectacular viewpoint and others, such as the Chute-aux-Rats which end at the base of majestic waterfalls.

L'Envol Trail: 5 km one way. The trail starts in the l'Envol parking lot and takes you up to a panoramic view.

La Chute-Aux Rats Trail: Easy, 3km loop. The trail starts in the parking lot of La Chute-Aux Rats at the Saint Donat reception center on Hwy 125 and travels a loop to a refuge on the far point of the trail then back along Lac Lajoie.

La Corniche Trail: Easy/Intermediate, 1.6 km. This is an easy/moderate crushed stone path that climbs steadily up to a lookout that gives you a beautiful view of Lac Monroe. The elevation gain is 230 meters.

 

La Roche Trail: Intermediate, 2.4 km. This is a crushed stone path that climbs steadily up to a lookout that gives youa beautiful view of Lac Monroe and then continues to another lookout higher up with another spectacular of the lake. The elevation gain is 280 meters.

Lac de l'assomption Trail: Easy, 3.4 km loop. The trail begins in the l'Assomption parking lot of this sector and climbs to the lookout tower with an elevation gain of 185 meters.

Lac des Femmes Trail: Easy, 2.7km. This trail starts in the Lac Monroe service center and is a nice loop trail that follows the tip of Lac des Femmes for a short section.

Lac Ernie to Lac des Sables to Cute aux Rats Trails: Expert, 30 km. Essentially a backpacking trail you can hike sections of it as out and backs. The trail begins at the parking lot at Chutes Croches and travels 5 km to Lac Ernie then continues 10 km to Lac des Sables with 2 particular points of interest along the way. It then takes you another 15 km through the a forested section with 2 lookouts on the way to Chute aux Rats. There is a hut at Lac des Sables.

Sentier du Centenaire: Expert, 10 km one way. This is a demanding trail that has an elevation change along the trail of 400 meters but rewards you with 9 interesting points or lookouts along its 10 km lengh. The trail follows the tops of the mountains that fall off into the winding river below.

 

Flora and Fauna

Wolves, Black Bears, Fox, Racoon, Otters and Moose are common as are white tails in the south. Bald eagles have been observed as well as wolverines. Beavers and their handy work can readily be found. Their is evidence indicating the presence of Cougars but this has yet to be confirmed. The forest is predominantly maple and yellow birch (the park usually has a phenonminal show of colours in the fall). You'll also find spruce, white birch, fir and beech.

 
Lac Monroe in the Morning Mist
Misty Morning on Lac Monroe
 
 
Laurentians Church
The surrounding region The Laurentians
 

Backpacking

The park has an extended hike in the form of the Longue Randonee Pedestre. This 74km trail includes a loop in the Lac Monroe section then a long linear section leading to the Saint Donat entrance. Their are several huts along the routes which accommodate 16-20 and are spaced 10 to 20km apart, but you still have to carry all your essentials with a few exceptions. The hike can be started from either end and includes some excellent overlooks. This is a great trail to take with a group of friends. The trail is used by backcountry skiers in the winter.

 

Camping

Camping de la Baie-des-Maries

Sector: Assomption (Saint-Come)
Region:
Lanaudiere
Total Number of Sites:
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: Located on the L'Assomption River. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Camping de la Baie-Ronde

Sector: Assomption
Region:
Lanaudiere
Note:
Located on the L'Assomption River. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Camping de la Tete

Sector: Assomption
Region:
Lanaudiere
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: Located on Lake Assomption. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Camping Simard

Sector: Assomption
Region:
Lanaudiere
Province:
Quebec
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No
Note: Located on the L'Assomption River. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Chez Bill

Sector: Assomption
Region:
Lanaudiere
Total Number of Sites:
15
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: Located on Lac Cypres. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Cypres Est

Sector: Assomption
Region:
Lanaudiere
Total Number of Sites:
10
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: Located on Lac des Cypres. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Cypres-Duex

Sector: Assomption
Region:
Lanaudiere
Total Number of Sites:
3
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: Located on Lac Cypres. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Cypres-Un

Sector: Assomption
Region:
Lanaudiere
Province:
Quebec
Total Number of Sites:
1
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: Located on Lac Cypres. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Group Camping

Sector: Assomption, Diable, Pimbina
Region:
Laurentians/Lanaudiere

Note: There are several group camping areas in the park in all three sectors. Contact the park for more information.

La Bacagnole

Sector: Diable
Region:
Laurentians
Total Number of Sites:
78
Serviced Sites:
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
Nearby
Laundromat:
Nearby
Restaurant:
Nearby

Note: On Lac Monroe. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

La Corniche

Sector: Diable (Lac Monroe)
Region:
Laurentians
Province:
Quebec
Telephone:
(819) 688-2281
Total Number of Sites:
5
Serviced Sites:
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
Nearby
Laundromat:
Neaby
Restaurant:
Nearby

Note: On Lac Monroe. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

La Fauvette (La Voliere)

Sector: Pimbina (St Donat)
Region:
Lanaudiere
Province:
Quebec
Total Number of Sites:
24
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Nearby
Phone Reservations:
Yes

Note: On Lac Provost. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

La Gamelle

Sector: Diable (Lac Monroe)
Region:
Laurentians
Province:
Quebec
Telephone:
(819) 688-2281
Total Number of Sites:
13
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
Nearby
Laundromat:
Nearby
Restaurant:
Nearby
Phone Reservations: Yes

Note: On Lac Monroe. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

La Grenouille

Sector: Diable (Lac Monroe)
Region:
Laurentians
Province:
Quebec
Telephone:
(819) 688-2281
Total Number of Sites:
57
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Nearby
Laundromat:
Nearby
Restaurant:
Nearby
Phone Reservations:
Yes

Note: In a forested area above Lac Monroe. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

La Passe

Sector: Diable (Lac Monroe)
Region:
Laurentians
Province:
Quebec
Telephone:
(819) 688-2281
Total Number of Sites:
32
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
Nearby
Laundromat:
Nearby
Restaurant:
Nearby
Phone Reservations:

Note: On Lac Monroe. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

La Pinson Chanteur (Voliere)

Sector: Pimbina (St Donat)
Region:
Lanaudiere
Province:
Quebec
Telephone:
(819) 424-7012
Total Number of Sites:
46
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes

Note: On Lac Provost. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

La Pointe-aux-Treize

Sector: Diable (Lac Monroe)
Region:
Laurentians
Province:
Quebec
Telephone:
(819) 688-2281
Total Number of Sites:
7
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
Nearby
Laundromat:
Nearby
Restaurant:
Nearby

Note: On Lac Monroe. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

La Sablonniere

ector: Diable (Lac Monroe)
Region:
Laurentians
Province:
Quebec
Telephone:
(819) 688-2281
Total Number of Sites:
51
Swimming:
Yes
Laundromat:
Nearby
Restaurant:
Nearby

Note: In a sandy area beside the Diable River south of Lac Monroe. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

La Timbale

Sector: Diable (Lac Monroe)
Region:
Laurentians
Province:
Quebec
Telephone:
(819) 688-2281
Total Number of Sites:
22
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
Nearby
Laundromat:
Nearby
Restaurant:
Nearby

Note: On Lac Monroe. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Lac aux Rats

Sector: Pimbina (St Donat)
Region:
Lanaudiere
Province:
Quebec
Total Number of Sites:
11
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: On Lac aux Rats. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Lac Chat

Sector: Diable (Lac Monroe)
Region:
Laurentians
Province:
Quebec
Telephone:
(819) 688-2281
Total Number of Sites:
36
Serviced Sites:
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
Neaby
Restaurant:
Nearby
Phone Reservations:
Yes

Note: In a forested area beside Lac Chat. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Lac des Cypres Ouest

Sector: Assomption (Saint-Come)
Region:
Lanaudiere
Province:
Quebec
Serviced Sites:
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: Located on the west side of the lake.. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Lac Girondin

Sector: Assomption
Region:
Lanaudiere
Province:
Quebec
Total Number of Sites:
1
Serviced Sites:
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: Located on Lac Girondin. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Lac Lajoie

Sector: Pimbina (St Donat)
Region:
Lanaudiere
Province:
Quebec
Telephone:
(819) 424-7012
Total Number of Sites:
12
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: On Lac Lajoie. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Lac Savane Nord

Sector: Diable (Lac Monroe)
Region:
Laurentians
Province:
Quebec
Total Number of Sites:
17
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: Located on Lac Savane. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Lac Savane Ouest

Sector: Diable (Lac Monroe)
Region:
Laurentians
Province:
Quebec
Total Number of Sites:
13
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: Located on Lac Savane north of Lac Monroe.

Lac-des-Sables

Sector: Pimbina (St Donat)
Region:
Lanaudiere
Province:
Quebec
Total Number of Sites:
26
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: Located on Lac-des-Sables. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Lac-Escalier

Sector: Diable (Lac Monroe)
Region:
Laurentians
Province:
Quebec
Total Number of Sites:
90
Serviced Sites:
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: Located on Lac-Escalier north of Lac Monroe. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Lac-Herman

Sector: Pimbina (St Donat)
Region:
Lanaudiere
Province:
Quebec
Total Number of Sites:
15
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: Located on Lac-Herman. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

L'Aigle Pecheur (La Voliere)

Sector: Pimbina (St Donat)
Region:
Lanaudiere
Province:
Quebec
Total Number of Sites:
58
Serviced Sites:
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes

Note: Beside Lac Provost. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Le Castor

Sector: Diable (Lac Monroe)
Region:
Laurentians
Province:
Quebec
Telephone:
(819) 688-2281
Total Number of Sites:
90
Serviced Sites:
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
Nearby
Restaurant:
Nearby
Phone Reservations:
Yes

Note: In a forested area above Lac Monroe. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Le Chevreuil

Sector: Diable (Lac Monroe)
Region:
Laurentians
Province:
Quebec
Telephone:
(819) 688-2281
Total Number of Sites:
39
Serviced Sites:
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
Nearby
Restaurant:
Nearby
Phone Reservations:
Yes

Note: Some sites are full service. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Le Cyclo

Sector: Diable (Lac Monroe)
Region:
Laurentians
Province:
Quebec
Telephone:
(819) 688-2281
Total Number of Sites:
7
Serviced Sites:
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
Nearby
Laundromat:
Nearby
Restaurant:
Nearby
Phone Reservations:

Note: On Lac Monroe. Tent camping only, reserved for cyclists. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Le Geai-Bleu (La Voliere)

Sector: Pimbina (St Donat)
Region:
Lanaudiere
Province:
Quebec
Total Number of Sites:
24
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Nearby
Phone Reservations:
Yes

Note: On Lac Provost.Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

L'Ours

Sector: Diable (Lac Monroe)
Region:
Laurentians
Province:
Quebec
Telephone:
(819) 688-2281
Total Number of Sites:
58
Serviced Sites:
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Nearby
Laundromat:
Nearby
Restaurant:
Nearby
Phone Reservations:
Yes

Note: In a forested area above Lac Monroe. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Sigouin (Lac Lajoie/Lac Prevost)

Sector: Pimbina (St Donat)
Region:
Lanaudiere
Province:
Quebec
Total Number of Sites:
20
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: On Lac Lajoie/Lac Prevost. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

Sous-Bois (Lac Prevost)

Sector: Pimbina (St Donat)
Region:
Lanaudiere
Province:
Quebec
Telephone:
(819) 424-7012
Total Number of Sites:
14
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No

Note: On Lac Provost. Hiking, cross country skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing.

 

 

Resources


Mont Tremblant Park is located in the Laurentians Region of Quebec just north of the City of Montreal.

Getting Here

Assomption Sector (Saint-Come) - From Montreal take highway 25 to the 337 then the 343 to Sainte-Come. From Sainte-Come head north into the park. From Joliette take the 343 north Sainte-Come. In the park follow route 9.

Diable Sector (Lac Monroe) - From Montreal take highway 15 to the 117 to St Faustin, then follow the signs norht into the park. From Mont Tremblant resort take highway around the mountain to the southside 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.

For more information have a look at :

Out-There's Laurentians - The surrounding region
Out-There's Montreal - The city with a soul!
Out-There's Province of Quebec - North America's most unique destination.

Mont Tremblant Resort - On the other side of the mountain (30 minutes by car) you'll find the world class resort, with every sort of outdoor activity and most of the amenities of a big city. All this in a supurb natural setting.

Accomodations and Restaurants Nearby

Auberge du Coq de Montagne - Auberge, Mont Tremblant Area
L'Auberge-des-Demoiselles - Auberge, Saint-Faustin/Lac Carre
La Cabane a Sucre Millette - Restaurant, Cabane a Sucre, Saint-Faustin/Lac Carre
Ferme de la Butte Magique - B&B, Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carre
Hotel Mont Blanc - Hotel, Mont Blanc Ski Hill, Saint-Faustin
Auberge Le Lupin - B&B, Mont Tremblant Area

Cities Towns Nearby

Montreal and Laval - Official Sites Laval
Village of Mont Tremblant
Saint-Jovite

Bordering Regions

Montreal and Laval
Lanaudiere
Monteregie

Other Parks in the Laurentians Region
Oka Provincial Park
Domain Vert - Regional Park, Cross Country Skiing, Hiking
Parc du la Riveire du Nord - Regional park along the P'tit Train du Nord outside St. Jerome, Cross Country Skiing, Hiking and Cycling
Parc Doncaster - Regional park off the P'tit Train du Nord in Mont Rolland, outside Ste. Adele, Cross Country Skiing and Hiking

Weather

Map of the * Laurentians Region*

Official Site: Mont Tremblant Provincial Park
Mont Tremblant Tourism
Laurentians Region Tourism|
Quebec Tourism

 

 

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