Mont-Tremblant National Park
62 locals recommend
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Avec ses six grandes rivières, ses 400 lacs et ruisseaux, le parc national du Mont-Tremblant est un véritable paradis pour les canoteurs! Riche amalgame des patrimoines naturel et historique du Québec, il est le plus vaste et le plus ancien parc du réseau. La présence de 40 espèces de mammifères,…
Most tourists end up on the resort and miss the best part! Very busy in summer. Perfect place for cross country ski in winter.
Amazing park that offers hiking, swimming, biking, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, Via Ferrata. Parc qui offre la randonnée, la natation, le vélo, la raquette, le ski de fond et le Via Ferrata. www.sepaq.com/pq/mot
Many many hikes, can do by boots or snowshoeing. Google it and call first to ensure your path
Excellent for both summer and winter activities, from cross country skiing to snowshoeing to cycling, this beautiful national park allows you to take in the fresh mountain air with activities for the whole family to enjoy.
A large national park with an extensive trail network. Equipment rental onsite.
Amazing, hiking, cross country skiing, rock climbing (including ice), snow shoeing, etc.
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“A must see . Very well organised for cross county, snowshoeing or just for a pleasant walk, bird watching in the woods during the summer-fall time. ”
- 40 locals recommend
“Scandinave Spa Mont-Tremblant offers a traditional Scandinavian baths experience in a peaceful and natural environment. Present your Tremblant or Mont-Blanc ski ticket or pass and save.”
- 46 locals recommend
“8 tube slides, iconic views of the Laurentians and hot chocolate - perfect for groups and families of any size!”
- 11 locals recommend
“We tend to eat on the pub side (St.G), but the restaurant side is also really cool. As for the pub, you can find the best burgers around and you'll be surrounded by locals. The restaurant (Le Grill) is the upscale version, providing a larger menu.”
- 31 locals recommend