Mont-Tremblant National Park
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Avec ses six grandes rivières, ses 400 lacs et ruisseaux, le parc national du Mont-Tremblant est un véritable paradis pour les canoteurs! Riche amalgame des patrimoines naturel et historique du Québec, il est le plus vaste et le plus ancien parc du réseau. La présence de 40 espèces de mammifères,…
Excellent for hiking, mountain biking, road biking, cross-country skiing, sightseeing, meditating, kayaking, canoeing, swimming. Trails of various lengths and dificulty. Scenic views of the nature in any season.
Created on January 12, 1895, Parc national du Mont-Tremblant will celebrate its 125th anniversary in 2020. This large territory of 1510 km2 enjoys an international stature, being the first park created in Quebec, the third in Canada , and the sixth in North America. It is therefore part of the world…
Provincial park, campground, great beaches, rental of canoes, kayaks, mountain climbing, bike trails. A must for nature lovers with great hiking trails.
Amazing park that offers hiking, swimming, biking, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, Via Ferrata. Parc qui offre la randonnée, la natation, le vélo, la raquette, le ski de fond et le Via Ferrata. www.sepaq.com/pq/mot
Many many hikes, can do by boots or snowshoeing. Google it and call first to ensure your path
Amazing, hiking, cross country skiing, rock climbing (including ice), snow shoeing, etc.
A must visit ! Lots of hiking trails, waterfalls, biking paths... Great place to enjoy and discover with friends and family ... And of course pets are allowed (3 trails to explore) ! Many activities for all ages.