Parc national du Mont-Tremblant | Tourisme Laurentides

Parc national du Mont-Tremblant

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  • Outdoor
    Treat yourself to the outdoors in the Nature cabins!
    From $155
    per night 

    These comfortable and fully equipped cabins can sleep up to 4 people. Set in the heart of the activity area, they make perfect base camps for your excursions.

    Plus, by staying at the park, you have access to all our winter trails for free!

    This is a great opportunity to introduce children to snowshoeing or cross-country skiing.

    Outdoor equipment is provided for free to children under 17 years old.

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 largest 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.

Admission: 

  • Adult : (18 and over) $8.75
  • Children (0 to 17 years old) free

 

 

Services: 
Internet access
Picnic area
Pets allowed
Laundromat
Camping
Convenience store
Shower
Guide on request
Boat rental
Equipment rental
Chalet rental
Refuge
Parking
Outdoor parking
Public telephone
Terrace
Toilet
Outhouse
Equipment sale
Product sale
Guided tour
Free Wi-Fi
Activities: 
Swimming
Canoe
Canoe-camping
Nature interpretation
Kayak
Fishing
Beach
Lake or river, no beach
Windsurfing
Pedestrian trail
Snowshoeing
Cross-country ski trail
Children playground
Cycling
Mountain bike

Specific information:

Nearby activities: 
Golf
Cross-country ski trail
Downhill skiing
Cycling
Terms of Payment: 
Visa
Master Card
Debit Card
En Route
Cash
American Express
Sector: 
Lac-Supérieur

Information

4456, chemin du Lac-Supérieur
Lac-Supérieur, QC, Canada
J0T 1P0
Quebec CA
Phone: 
819 688-2281
Toll Free: 
1 800 665-6527
Fax: 
819 688-6369
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