The Mont-Tremblant Park is a vast territory offering an abundance of nature; rolling hills, lakes, and rivers. In order to discover and appreciate the National Park's landscape from a brand new perspective, we offer a variety of summer activities that are sure to please. By canoe or on foot, you will be surprised by the sheer size of the territory. The park is open year-round. Approximately a 1.5-hour drive from Montreal and less than 3 hours from Ottawa
Must be booked 2 days or more before start date.
The canoe trip is the best way to discover The Diable River in Quebec's largest National Park in the oldest mountain range in the world. A park warden–naturalist will be your guide and share their knowledge throughout the journey. You'll stop along the 6 km river descent for a snack and a swim, while you discover this spectacular corner of the Laurentian mountains. During the guided canoe trip, paddlers often see ducks, beavers and several species of birds. A great family activity. No experience required.
40 minutes from Tremblant. Transport NOT included.
Daily departure at 10:00 a.m. from the National Park*: from June 21 to September 1, 2014 (Schedule may change without notice)
Please arrive 15 minutes before your departure time.
*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.
3 hours approx
Guide, equipment, snack and park entrance fees.All The Activity Center clients are automatically covered by Airmedic medical emergency helicopter evacuation, for the duration of the activity. For full details see the Airmedic page.
Wear comfortable clothing (dress according to the weather), appropriate footwear and bring your camera !
Price per person. Maximum of 2 adults and 1 child per canoe. Minimum weight 20 lb / 10kg.Child rates apply to children from 6 to 17 years old. Free for children 5 years old and under. Rates are subject to change without notice. Taxes and resort royalty are extra.
This is a self-guided canoe trip in the Mont Tremblant National Park. Canoe down approximately 12 km of the meandering Diable River and take your time discovering the unique landscape and its sandy river beaches.
Our fleet of canoes is renewed regularly to offer quality, comfort and stability. Paddles, life jackets and safety kits are included with each canoe rental.
You will leave your car at the departure point and a shuttle will bring you back to your car after the river descent.
PLEASE NOTE: This activity is suitable for beginners. Canoes are designed for 2 people. It is possible to put 3 if one is a child, but we do not recommend putting 4 in a canoe. Canoes have 2 seats. A 3rd person would have to sit on the floor. Do not expect children under 10 to be motivated to paddle the entire length of the trip, they should be put in a canoe with an adult. The best configuration puts at least 1 adult per canoe, no more than 2 adults or 2 adults + 1 child in a canoe.
Several daily departures from the National Park*: May 11 to October 14, 2013 (Schedule may change without notice)
Please arrive 30 minutes before your departure time.
4 hours approx 12km
Canoe, equipment and park entrance fees.All The Activity Center clients are automatically covered by Airmedic medical emergency helicopter evacuation, for the duration of the activity. For full details see the Airmedic page.
Wear comfortable clothing (dress according to the weather), appropriate footwear and bring your camera!
Price per canoe. Maximum of 2 adults and 2 small children (8 years old or less) per canoe. Minimum 20 lb / 10kg.Identification card is required and held as a security deposit to ensure the return of the equipment. Rates are subject to change without notice. Taxes and resort royalty are extra.
Prices shown are based on rates available between 2014-07-31 and 2014-11-28 (YYYY-MM-DD).
Following terms and definitons are based on CITQ (Corporation de l'Industrie Touristique du Québec) documentation.
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