Crisscrossing Mont Tremblant amidst waterfalls and streams, our touring trails offer open and shaded areas and deliver spectacular views at every turn. Discover the highest peak in the Laurentians via 7 trails ranging from 1 km to 5 km for people of all levels.
The "Fire Man" guided tour is an excursion at the base of Mont Tremblant with nature interpretation. The guide will show you how to start a fire on the snow and you'll have opportunities to see deer foraging as well as bear and porcupine tracks.
The excursion can also be done on foot if there is no snow.
Child (8 to 11)
Royalty and taxes extra. Rates, dates, royalty and taxes are subject to change without notice. Schedule
December 11, 2017 to Mid-April 2018
Jan. 8 to Feb. 16, Feb. 26 to March 16 and March 26 to Mid-April 2018
Wear seasonal footwear and carry extra clothes since temperatures at the summit are often colder than at the base.
Make sure your physical fitness level is adequate for the climb and bring appropriate clothing and equipment including a water bottle and food.
Snow conditions, temperatures and terrain levels of difficulty may vary – use Tremblant Snow School guiding services for your very first outing.
Don’t climb by yourself and bring a charged cell phone. Please note that cell phone services are limited at some locations on the mountain and that some trails are not patrolled.
Basic First Aid knowledge is highly recommended.
To get to the top, you will temporarily borrow some ski slopes. You may only use one of the following three ski runs to climb: Nansen, Algonquin and Beauchemin. It is essential that you adhere to the Mountain Code of Conduct and make sure you are visible by upstream traffic.
Don’t litter – you will find garbage cans and recycling bins at the base of the gondola.
Don’t build a camp fire and don’t leave your cigarette butts behind.
There are risks inherent to alpine touring and snowshoeing. You may encounter snowmobiles, grooming machines, snowmaking equipment, obstructions, skiers and/or riders.
Climb only in designated areas and on the edge of the trails marked on the map. Stay visible and climb in single file, never side by side.
Do not enter a closed trail; climb or ski down only during mountain operation hours. Station Mont Tremblant reserves the right to charge a $250 fee or more for required assistance outside of operating hours or off marked and opened trails.
Only go down on marked and opened trails and follow the Mountain Code of Conduct at all times. Access to lifts requires a separate and valid lift ticket or pass.
It is mandatory to obtain a daily access or Season Pass available at Guest Services and to sign the risk recognition and acceptance form upon purchase of your daily access or Season Pass.
More than 30 km of trails for begginers and experts alike to discover nature at their own pace. Reach one of the summits, take a break in one of the shacks, feed the birds right from your hands and cross paths with a deer. The welcome centre is located in the Domaine Saint-Bernard ecotourism park, near the resort. Trails reserved exclusively for snowshoeing, wood-heated shacks, welcome centre, rental centres and food services.
Pricing including equipment rental
Royalty and taxes extra. Rates, dates, royalty and taxes are subject to change without notice.
December 22, 2017 to March 30, 2018
9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Parc National du Mont-Tremblant
A natural snowy wonderland! Six trails for all levels (23 km). Trail pass included in the park admission fees. More details →