From a short walk to a athletic hike, the network of trails will show you the real wilderness of the Laurentian Mountains. For backpackers, the network has over 82 km of trails with 10 group huts.
Did you know that Parc National du Mont-Tremblant shelters 45 mammal species, 206 bird species, 34 fish species, 14 amphibian species, 6 reptile species, 6 rivers and over 400 lakes.
Two supervised and serviced beaches are proposed in the national park: La Crémaillère beach in La Diable sector and Lac-Provost beach in La Pimbina sector.
Discover the vast territory of Quebec's largest national park from a completely new point-of-view. Enjoy a unique mountain experience overlooking the Rivière du Diable valley.
Canoeing and kayaking
Discover the wilderness of the Parc National du Mont-Tremblant on the winding Diable River or explore the park’s many lakes. Guided excursions are also available.
Cycle quietly on the biking trails while taking in the forest landscape. Magnificent views are provided by 8 circuits that add up to 124 km of trails.
Kayaking With the Loons
Enjoy a unique morning spent sea-kayaking on a large lake, accompanied by a park warden–naturalist, observing and helping to gather data on this unique water fowl with its singular cries
Over 50 lakes are available for day fishing. A boat is provided on most lakes. For the ohters, a personal boat is required (canoe or kayak). Anglers can fish for speckled trout, pike and walleye.
The Diable sector offers 43 km of mechanically groomed trails with rustic wood heated shacks along the way. Backcountry ski trips on ungroomed trails may be arranged with lodging.
Entry Fees to Parc National du Mont-Tremblant
Taxes included. Rates and taxes are subject to change without notice.