Hunting in Mont Tremblant
Hunting in Mont Tremblant offers an unsurpassed experience thanks to its vast forest and high density of small and big game. For decades, this region of the Laurentians has been a prime location for local and non-local hunters. The Laurentian area around Tremblant offers an incomparable experience for both bow and black powder hunters. Small game hunters can try for partridge and hare while big game hunters have white-tailed deer, moose, and bear. Whether you are an expert or beginner, the Tremblant region offers one of the best environments for hunting.
Mont Tremblant Hunting Reserves
Below are a few of the wildlife reserves within the SÉPAQ network that allow both hunting and fishing. Some of them offer hunting packages that include Mont Tremblant accommodations. Call ahead of time to for more information on specific protocol at each reserve and get the latest hunting conditions.
- The Papineau-Labelle Reserve, 819 454-2011 ext. 33 Rouge-Matawin Reserve, 819 275-1811
- Mont-Tremblant National Park, 819 688-2281- Hunting is forbidden but fishing is permitted.
- Zecs are six controlled territories designated specifically for recreation, fishing and hunting in Mont Tremblant. For more information call 866-567-0235 or visit www.reseauzec.com.
Hunting Regulations & Laws
Quebec has strict regulations for hunting, fishing and trapping activities in its territories. The Conservation Act outlines the hunting and trapping regulations, while the Fisheries Act handles anything related to fishing. You may contact the Department of Natural Resources for information on regulations and what licenses are required for hunting, fishing and trapping in Mont Tremblant Quebec.
Department of Natural Resources
TOLL FREE: 866-248-6936
All residents of Quebec that want to hunt, regardless of weapon, need a hunting certificate. A mandatory initiation course is required before the certificate is issued. Non-residents do not need this certificate.
A hunting license is required in Mont Tremblant Quebec. Any Canadian living in Quebec that has a valid hunting certificate can acquire a hunting license. Two licenses are required to hunt migratory birds.
Any non-resident that is 12 years of age or older and lives outside of Quebec can obtain a non-resident hunting license. The non-resident hunting license can be obtained from any authorized vendor including sports stores, hardware stores, outfitters, and other authorized vendors. You can contact the Quebec Ministry of Natural Resources and Wildlife www.mddep.gouv.qc.ca for information on the different types of licenses available to non-residents and the cost associated with each license.
Visitors interested in game hunting may visit the Laurentian Wildlife Estate just 30 minutes south of Tremblant where mountain elk and red deer are raised as trophy game and very limited hunts may be reserved. For more information or to make a hunting reservation please contact the estate directly at:
Laurentian Wildlife Estate Inc.
1711 Chemin du Rockway Valley
Boileau, QC J0T 1G0