Activities and attractions
For playing outside, the Laurentian region simply has no equal. The waltz of the seasons gives the region its rhythm and outdoors enthusiasts have an absolute embarrassment of riches when it comes to choosing what adventure to do next. In summer, watersports lead the field, with more than 9,000 lakes and rivers to choose from. In fall, a cycling tour or a long or short-distance hike might do the trick, transporting you at the same time into nature’s very heart, in all its fall glory. In winter, some exploring might be nice, this time on snowshoes or cross-country skis, giving us a chance to recall what it was like for the early pioneers as they made their way carefully through snowclad virgin forests. In spring, it’s time for all things to thaw and that also means some heady experiences for those who enjoy whitewater rafting expeditions, or perhaps the excitement of a day’s fishing. The Laurentians region is the outdoors destination « par excellence ».
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It is a great idea to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the park by leisurely biking with friends, family or by yourself. Bike rentals at the main lodge.
This trail is a 52 km intermediate trail that begins in the Mont-Tremblant village and goes through Labelle and La Conception and ends at Place de la Gare.
La Vagabonde, a 21-km circuit, links Saint-Eustache to Saint-Placide.
- Bike path: 7 km
- Trail rating: easy
- Access fees
Parc de la Coulée provides multifunctional trails for walking, cycling, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
Discover a circuit that will take you through a picturesque setting, bordered by many lakes and rivers. This winding and hilly path offers a good challenge with considerable climbs.
For outdoor enthusiasts, biking trails range from easy, intermediate and difficult levels. All 29 km of trails are shared by hikers and bikers.
La Seigneurie des Plaines cycle path is a 21-km cycling network extending into the cities of Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines, Blainville and Terrebonne.
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