The Charter of the French language and its regulations govern the consultation of English‑language content.

Parc national du Mont-Tremblant

Our team's favourites

With its hills as far as the eye can see, its 400 lakes, 6 rivers and 1510 km2 of rich, abundant forest, Parc national du Mont-Tremblant offers you a complete change of scenery year-round in one of the most beautiful protected natural areas in southern Quebec. Recently certified as an International Dark Sky Park, it’s the perfect place to sleep under the stars and fully enjoy a multitude of natural wonders and diverse activities.

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

Lac-Provost campground - NEW!

Major work has been completed to bring you a revamped campground in the Pimbina-Saint-Donat sector: the Lac-Provost campground. For the pleasure and comfort of our campers, almost all sites off er 1 service (electricity) and accommodate small motorhomes. Moreover, the two main sanitary blocks have been renovated from top to bottom and at Lac-Provost beach, a newly established rental center awaits your visit. Well worth the detour!

Mikaël Rondeau | © Sépaq

Admire the Milky Way

On August 30, 2023, the park was certified as an International Dark Sky Park by DarkSky International, whose mission is to “preserve and protect the nocturnal environment and our dark sky heritage through quality outdoor lighting”. A first in Quebec!

Tour of the cosmos - Guided discovery activity

With the help of powerful telescopes, set off in search of celestial bodies while deepening your knowledge of astronomy. See the Discovery Activity schedule for details.

Mathieu Dupuis | © Sépaq

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.

Mathieu Dupuis | © Sépaq

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.

Mikaël Rondeau | © Sépaq

Hiking through autumn colors

The park’s impressive network of trails gives you a front-row seat to the powerful scene of autumn colors. Four trails lead to lookouts offering exceptional panoramic views. La Roche and la Corniche (La Diable sector), l’Envol (Pimbina-Saint-Donat sector) and les Grandes-Vallées (L’Assomption sector) will seduce you. Some trails even lead to daytime huts. Perfect for a break or a snack!

Kam Vachon | © Sépaq

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!

Parc national

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.

Discover the national parks

Be Informed

Sign up for Sépaq emails to be the first to find out about our promotions, news and special offers.

Sign Up