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Parc national du Mont-Tremblant

The must-dos

Offi cially created on January 12, 1895, this immense 1510-sq. km. provincial park was the first of its kind in Quebec, the third in Canada, and the sixth in North America. The Parc national du Mont-Tremblant aims to preserve and protect a sample of the natural landscape that is found in Quebec’s southern Laurentians region. With its 400 lakes, six rivers, rolling hills, myriad sandy shorelines, and its wide-open skies perfect for stargazing, there’s something for everyone.

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Parc national du Mont-Tremblant Mathieu Dupuis | © Sépaq
Mathieu Dupuis | © Sépaq

Access the most beautiful lookout points

Four trails are surmounted by observation decks looking out over breathtaking views of the park’s huge valleys. La Roche and La Corniche in the La Diable sector, L’Envol in the Pimbina-Saint-Donat sector and Les Grandes-Vallées in the L’Assomption sector will charm you with their extroardinary beauty. For a truly memorable day, many other trails feature breathtaking lookout points.

Steve Deschênes | © Sépaq

More than 200 km of trails

Our impressive selection of trails offers something for everyone. Whether you prefer an easy hike or something more challenging, and whether or not you are bringing the kids along, you’re sure to enjoy stunning views. Some trails even lead to huts, so bring a snack!

Steve Deschênes | © Sépaq

Bury your toes in a unique type of sand

The unique and abundantly sandy shores are perfect for picnics and a good place for water activities. Rent a watercraft from one of our rental locations, such as Lac des Sables or Lac Provost in the Pimbina-Saint-Donat sector at Lac Assomption in the L’Assomption sector, and at Lac Escalier, Lac Caché or Lac Monroe in the La Diable sector.

Mathieu Dupuis | © Sépaq

Take in the natural waterfalls

Discover the park’s four unique waterfalls: Chute-du-Diable and Chutes-Croches (La Diable sector) feature accessible hiking trails and observation decks; the spectacular waterfall at Chute-aux-Rats (Pimbina-Saint-Donat sector), is over 17 metres high and has a picnic area; and Chute-aux-Mûres offers a charming little footbridge (La Cachée sector).

Mikaël Rondeau | © Sépaq

Much more than stars on display

Once the sun sets, the sky above the park darkens and begins to sparkle. Because there are low levels of light pollution in the area, the park is one of Quebec’s most beloved stargazing destinations. In fact, you can even see the Milky Way. Head to the Places des étoiles, get comfortable in a reclining chair, and enjoy one of nature’s most beautiful scenes.

Stéphane Audet | © Sépaq

Discover nature’s secrets with a naturalist park warden

Wild about nature? The naturalist park wardens will definitely blow you away with the range of available activities! Games, talks and guided activites will make you appreciate the park in a whole new way. For a memorable stay, don’t miss the animated discovery activites. Guaranteed fun! The schedule of activities will be displayed at the Discovery Center and at the registration centres in every sector.

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Protected area.
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.

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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.

Before your visit, download the Explo game on the App Store® and the Google Play StoreTM.

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