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Whether on the road, on the bike paths or in the trails, the Mont-Tremblant region offers breathtaking scenery and rides to satisfy or challenge riders of all levels. Take in the view at one of the lookout points or rest by the river; with over 50 km of mountain bike trails, it’s easy to discover the city in a different way!

Mountain Biking and Fatbiking

In summer and winter, Vélo Mont-Tremblant manages and maintains a complete, highquality network of mountain bike trails. Whether you’re into modules, river banks or scenic views, you will find trails for all levels and tastes. Please note downhill is not allowed on the mountain for ecological reasons.

You have to buy a daily access or a season pass to access the trails. Make your way to the Centre Aventure du Chalet des voyageurs.

1-day ticket Season pass (valid until April 30, 2018)
Adult (18+) $8.70 $69.58
Youth (6-17) $4.35 $17.40
Peewee (5-) Free $8.70
Family n/a $130.46
Royalty and taxes extra. Family package includes 2 adults and all children.
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Bike Rentals

Rent a fat bike at the base of the mountain and discover the many trails sourrounding the area by bike to enjoy the best of Tremblant during your stay. Our rental shop will give you advice on equipment and trails adapted to your level!

2017/18 Pricing and Schedule

Multifunctional Trail

A 11.4 km paved path, which includes a 1.2-km loop, from Tremblant Resort to the Village. Ideal for biking, walking and in-line skating (experts only). Free access.

Le P’tit Train du Nord Linear Park

Experience cycling along Canada’s longest linear park; following the 230 kilometers along the old railway built in the early 20th century. En route, you will discover an outstanding environment as well as lively towns alongside rivers and lakes. The trail has been attracting visitors from all over the world and remains accessible to everyone thanks to its relatively easy gradients and multiple services. The stations, with their old-fashioned architecture, house services varying from cafés and bistros to refuges or boutiques. The trail is also dotted here and there with picnic tables, particularly in the more picturesque spots, so you can experience this natural adventure at your own pace. The linear park is accessible from the Village through the (La Villageoise-de-Mont-Tremblant) multifunctional trail.

Domaine Saint-Bernard

Finally, you will find at Domaine St-Bernard dirt and rock dust trails accessible to hybrid bicycles from Tremblant Resort. These trails will immerse the entire family in its natural beauty. Make sure you know the difficulty levels before you venture in the trails.

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