If you can walk, you can snowshoe ! Explore the snowshoe trails of Tremblant region with or without a guide. These activities are perfect for families and nature lovers.
Explore Domaine Saint-Bernard, a protected 600-hectare park whose trail network is operated by the not-for-profit outfitter Mont Tremblant Cross Country Skiing Centre. Located less then a 2-hour drive from Montreal and Ottawa. Operating since 1975.
The network’s 75 km of trails make their way through 25 square km of strikingly varied terrain, through woods, forests and open meadows, alongside lakes, streams and especially the Devil’s River. Vantage points on mountain tops offer some of the best scenic vistas of the Mont Tremblant area.
Along some trails you will find nature interpretation boards. Don't forget to get sunflowers seeds at the reception and enjoy feeding tiny chickadees in the palm of your hand!
This non-guided tour includes access to the Domaine Saint-Bernard and a snowshoe Rentals for 3 hours. Beginner to expert trails from 2 km to 13 km. Come have the birds feed from your hands, surprise some deer, and take a break in a tipi with a wood burning stove!
Offsite activity. 10 minutes driving from Tremblant Resort. No transportation provided.
From the Domaine St-Bernard
Everyday : 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.
After you made your reservation, you will receive an Itinerary request confirmation via email. Once the reservation will be confirmed, The Tremblant Activity Centre will send you an activity reservation confirmation including the driving directions to departure point.Please arrive 15 minutes before your departure time.
Please arrive 15 minutes before your departure time.
Equipment and trail access
All The Activity Center clients are automatically covered by Airmedic medical emergency helicopter evacution, for the duration of the activity. For full details see the Airmedic page.
Dress warmly and comfortably. Good winter boots are required.
Rates are plus taxes and 3% royalties and may be subject to change without notice.
Guided snowshoeing tours at the base of the Tremblant mountain with nature interpretation as well as a demonstration of native fire-carrying techniques and chances to see deer as well as bear and porcupine tracks.
On site of Tremblant
From The Activity Center
December 20, 2013 to January 11, 2014: Everyday at 2 p.m.January 12, 2014 to February 14, 2014 : Wednesday and Saturday at 1 p.m.February 15, 2014 to April 20, 2014: Monday to Saturday (open on Sunday April 20)
Guide and equipment
2 participants minimum. Minimum 8 years old to do the activity. Rates are plus taxes and 3% royalties and may be subject to change without notice.
Prices shown are based on rates available between 2013-12-04 and 2014-04-03 (YYYY-MM-DD).
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