Explore over 200 km. of trails
The Park’s impressive network of trails will satisfy every member of the family. Four of these trails have lookouts leading to spectacular views. You will be seduced by La Roche and la Corniche (La Diable sector), l’Envol (Pimbina-Saint-Donat sector) and the Grandes-Vallées (L’Assomption sector). Some trails even take you to day shelters that are perfect for a break or a snack!
Natural waterfalls to amaze you
Come and marvel at the Park’s four major waterfalls, every one unique: Chutedu-Diable and Chutes-Croches (La Diable sector), located on accessible hiking trails and leading to observation lookouts; Chute-aux-Rats (Pimbina-Saint-Donat sector), over 17 metres high and featuring a picnic area and a rest area; and Chute-aux-Mûres (La Cachée sector), with its charming little wooden footbridge.
Paddling along lakes and quiet rivers
With its 400 lakes and 6 major rivers, Mont-Tremblant National Park is a paradise for water sports activities. Find out more by renting a boat in one of our rental centres: Lacs Monroe, Escalier and Caché in the La Diable sector; Lacs Des Sables and Provost in the Pimbina-Saint-Donat sector; or Lac de L’Assomption in the L’Assomption sector.
A close encounter with nature with our Park Rangers
For a memorable stay, check out our lively discovery activities. Games, talks and guided hikes will allow you to explore unusual facets of the Park. Park Rangers are present throughout the territory to share their knowledge with you. Ask them all your questions about the natural setting protected by the Park! The program is available at the Registration Centres of the various sectors.
Admire the Milky Way
At dusk, the sky over the Park is dark but really sparkly. Low light pollution makes this one of the parks in southern Quebec with the most beautiful night sky, where you can see even the Milky Way. Just find the Places des étoiles and sit comfortably on one of the observation benches.
Exploring the Park in winter
With nearly 50 kilometres of trails for classic cross-country skiing, skating, snowshoeing, winter walking and more than 100 kilometres of Nordic ski trails ringed by spruce, fir and other trees, the Park is a winter paradise. Let yourself be transported by this setting where snow-covered mountains, icy cliffs and the ghostly cold beauties paint a fairy-tale portrait of winter in Quebec. Don’t forget your thermos of hot chocolate!
Enriching nature experiences.
Québec’s national parks, guardians of countless treasures, offer a chance to connect with nature. Safeguard these protected areas so they can be cherished and enjoyed for generations to come.
Explo: a new game for young adventurers
This summer, a brand-new free geolocation-based game will allow your small fry to have fun and move about while discovering Quebec's national parks. The downloadable application will transform hiking into a challenging exploration mission for them, combining all sorts of nature challenges.
The game includes a version adapted to each parks for which it will be available, i.e. Aiguebelle, Bic, Jacques-Cartier, Mont-Mégantic, Plaisance, Mont-Saint-Bruno, Lac-Témiscouata, Yamaska, Mont-Orford, Mont-Tremblant, and Oka national parks.