905, rue de Saint-Jovite
Mont-Tremblant QC J8E 3J8

Road biking and cycling paths in Mont-Tremblant!

Recreational and advanced cyclists will be amazed by Mont-Tremblant’s incredible vistas.

For those who want to visit the region on cycling roads, Tourisme Mont-Tremblant is suggesting 4 “coup de coeur” circuits.

A true destination of choice for all nature and sports enthusiasts, the Mont-Tremblant region also offers a festive, year-round experience thanks to its internationally recognized events and festivals, as well as its culinary traditions, lively nightlife and variety of charming shops. Home of the largest natural park in its network, parc national du Mont-Tremblant, where you can enjoy a multitude of outdoor activities like hiking, paddling down the river in a canoe, kayak or on a paddleboard, golfing and aerial games. Top it all off with a well-deserved break and a night of camping or a stay in one of our award-winning hotels.

Circuit #1 – The 3 Districts
Perfect for road bike beginners, this 28 km. circuit will make you discover different areas of the City of Mont-Tremblant.

Circuit #2 – The Villages Tour
You will visit five picturesque villages in addition to riding alongside rivers and admiring the Prud’homme Bridge, one of the few covered bridges still standing in Québec.

Circuit #3 – The Curé Labelle
This tour begins at Place de la Gare, a building that has been restored to its original condition, which is now a venue showcasing local art. Enjoy the rest of your journey on the P’tit Train du Nord linear park, which leads to Rivière-Rouge

Circuit #4 – Parc National du Mont-Tremblant
This circuit will lead you to the Parc national du Mont-Tremblant, the largest and oldest in the Sépaq network! On this route, you will ride on one of the most coveted sections of the popular IRONMAN Mont-Tremblant race: Chemin Duplessis.