Parc national du Mont-Tremblant
The untrammeled beauty of the Laurentian forest, a land of lakes, mountains and rivers, where wildlife roams free: this is Mont-Tremblant National Park, the oldest protected area in the province of Québec. Here you can go deep into the heart of nature in all seasons. The park offers a diversified program of interpretative activities in harmony with the seasons and a full range of authentic experiences: the new Diable Via Ferrata, hiking, canoeing, swimming, canoe-camping, fishing, cycling, long-distance hiking or skiing expeditions with overnight stays in a refuge, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snow trekking. Treat yourself to a forest hike through maple groves or paddle lazily down the Rivière du Diable: an oasis of peace and quiet, where the beauty of the scenery will mesmerize you. Lodging: campground accommodation (over 1,000 campsites), Ready-to-Camp Packages, cabins, yurts. Reservations recommended for lodging. Please phone to inquire about starting dates of seasonal activities.
- Adult : (18 and over) $8.75
- Children (0 to 17 years old) free