Mont Tremblant Parks
The Mont Tremblant National Park is an incredible 583 square miles (1510 km²) and towers nearly 1.000 meters (3,280 feet) at its highest point. Located just north of the ski resort, this park was created in 1895 and is one of the oldest Quebec provincial parks. This enormous wildlife sanctuary is Quebec’s second largest park and is home to 6 rivers, 400 lakes, a myriad of waterfalls, numerous streams and 40 mammal species.
Like all Mont Tremblant Parks, Tremblant’s National Park is known for its beauty and natural habitat which attracts a large variety of species including moose, deer, foxes, beavers, bears and a large selection of birds and fish. Mont Tremblant National Park is opened 365 days a year and offers a long list of summer and winter activities for every member of the family. Cross-country skiers, snowshoers, and snowmobilers flock to the park’s snow covered trails in winter and summertime brings hikers, campers, canoers and more.
Click here to see … Map of Mont Tremblant National Park
Le Petit Train du Nord, Little Train of the North is located in the heart of the Laurentians and is the longest linear park in Canada. Built in the beginning of the 20th century as a railway line, this popular bike trail is 144 miles (232 kilometers) long.
The remarkable scenery along this trail includes peaceful lakes, majestic mountains, winding rivers and streams. Many of the old train stations along this path now house restaurants, pubs, tourist information centers, bike repair shops, rest stops, B and Bs and more.
Click here to see a….Trail Map of Petit Train du Nord
Domaine Saint-Bernard is located along the south bank of on the Diablo River and encompasses nearly 4 square miles (6.01 square kilometers). The Domaine St-Bernard features 27 miles (45 kilometers) of trails that are ideal for hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. For those that like to swim there is a beach on Lake Raynaud.