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Park Experience

Your Land of Nature!

A huge territory of lakes and rivers bordered by hills and mountains, this park offers freedom and escape. Everyone will enjoy the park’s wide range of discovery activities. By canoe, on foot, skis or snowshoes, you’ll be amazed by its vastness. A real slice of nature, Parc national du Mont-Tremblant is open year-round and promises to impress you!

Click here to find out about the wide range of discovery activities available in the park!

Discover the Park Through Interpretation

Parc national du Mont-Tremblant has the potential to inspire wonder! And the best way is to participate in our discovery activities (in French only). Through the interpretation of natural and cultural heritage, you’ll learn more about the park and the importance of protecting it.

Among the riches we wish to share is the significant presence of mammals in direct contact with the area’s natural environment:

  • Wolf packs reflect the wilderness character of the territory and the abundance of prey
  • The moose evokes mixed forests and aquatic environments.
  • The dominance of hardwood and mixed forests explains the presence of white-tailed deer, at the northern limit of their range here.
  • The bounty of hardwood species, mostly maple-yellow birch, and the vast river system explain the abundance of beaver.

To guide us in developing our discovery activities, all the parks have an education plan.

Discovery Centre

During your visit to the park, you’ll be able to stop in at the Discovery Centre, built in La Diable sector on the eastern shore of Grand lac Monroe. It is the hub of La Diable sector, a place for getting together, discussing and learning. It present the park’s cultural and natural heritage. Complementary to the Lac-Monroe Visitors Centre, for the benefit of all visitors this is the sector’s main reception office.

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Via ferrata du Diable

The Via ferrata du Diable promises you a feast for the eyes. You’ll never again see this majestic park in the same way...

Au sommet de la Via ferrata
At the top of the Via ferrata

Parc national du Mont-Tremblant, a vast territory featuring a rich natural environment, is set in a waltz of rounded mountains, lakes and rivers. To discover these landscapes from a whole new perspective, the park offers a unique mountain experience with Via ferrata du Diable.

At 200 m in altitude, you’ll create an unforgettable memory of your hike in the mountain, where you’ll safely cross beams and various types of bridges, including two footbridges.

You don’t have to be a climbing expert to enjoy this experience, and all the personal safety equipment you’ll need is provided. To get familiar with the basics of the Via ferrata, you can navigate a learning path before heading onto the trail.

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