Parc National Du Mont-Tremblant

Parc National Du Mont-Tremblant

Parc National Du Mont-Tremblant
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Marissa
6 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Family
Even with a national parc ticket for Canada you have to pay the entrance fee (9,55CAD). Nevertheless it’s worth to pay because the parc is great.

The landscape is stunning. We did the La Roche hike. The view from above is amazing. We also swam in Lac Monroe which was a great (but rather cold) experience. Keep in mind that there are tons of mosquitos.
Written July 4, 2023
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RudySzymon
Chicago, IL1,249 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2022
We did a long drive through the park and did couple of short hikes. Multiple waterfalls and cascades not far from the road. Beautiful lakes and rivers.
Written September 20, 2022
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Tricky Trev
Sheffield, UK14 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022 • Couples
Great outdoors, easy to access and a must visit if already in vicinity.
Hiking trails easy to follow and generally timings exaggerated, easy to complete in 60% of time suggested.
Lovely little beaches for picnics, and all sorts of lazy water sport rentals.
Plan to spend a full day, burn some energy, then chill.
Written August 12, 2022
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ChristinaB42
Brossard, Canada223 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2022 • Family
What a gorgeous Park! So many nice trails, I recommend the chutes croche and chutes du diables hikes for a short easy hike.
Written July 23, 2022
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Sandra H
89 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2021
We walked along a gentle path to the waterfall. It was about 3 hrs and we had lunch at the falls. It was really enjoyable and the falls were unusual. Great time had by all. Nice clean washrooms available.
Written September 18, 2021
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Sparky-1967
Toronto, Canada253 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2021
We spent a couple of days in the Parc. Day 1 we did the canoe trip. The guide described the rapids and route well during the lake orientation. She kindly provided the information in both French and English (for us). The trip down the river was beautiful and scenic. We had time to stop for a shore lunch and take breaks as needed. The experience was very nice. Day 2 we returned hoping to do some fishing. This is restricted to the one lake and shore access really does not exist. You will need a boat or canoe. There are additional fees over and above the provincial fishing license. We spent most of an afternoon looking for a place to drop a line but in the end failed to find a spot. The parc is more for hiking, camping and boating. Fishing not so much! I recommend a trip to the parc. Do your research regarding activities before you go.
Written August 28, 2021
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OurWanderingCasa
Burlington, Canada653 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2020 • Couples
We did the La Roche hike. Be prepared for a long climb but the view at the top is spectacular. The fall colours were just starting.
Trail was well marked & easy to follow. This is an intermediate level trail.
Wish we had more time for other hikes. The drive through the park is very picturesque.
Written September 21, 2020
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Antonio G
1 contribution
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020 • Couples
Did the canoeing, wasn’t expecting how shallow the water was, and how intense the rapids were. The guides insisted that rapid were a one time thing and level 1 rapid but once we bagan the rapids were above beginner and carried on for quite a while, including very shallow waters where we got stuck half the time and had to push ourselves out of the rocks and sand that the canoe kept scraping which did not sound good or felt safe. There were no markers or indicators on which way to navigate half the time we thought we were lost or past the point of no return. Overall a beautiful location but clearly the guides have not been through their own river to accurately verbally explain where to go/where to stop and how intense the rapids could be at times.
Written September 4, 2020
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Sophie R
Hull, Canada4 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020
There are 4 sectors in the park. I camped at Lac des Sables (Pimbina sector) which is 11 km from St Donat QC.

The campsite at Lac des Sables is 20 minutes in the park from the Pimbina welcome centre.

Lac des Sables Campsites: this campsite is car/camper RV friendly - there is water tap located throughout, but no electricity available at most sites. The sites have a lot of trees in between the sites and are easy to access from the campsite roads. The campsites have a decent amount of privacy - but it is a large campsite so you can expect the same volume of people as any other campsite out there. The bathrooms (located near the campsite store) were small but clean - I never had to wait. There is an easy chance that bears could be in the area - never keep any food out and about!

Lac des Sables: The lake is gorgeous, the beach is sandy and there are many picnic tables so you can spend your day at the beach. Not a lot of trees at the beach. Children friendly. I would suggest that you bring a wagon to carry all of your beach gear as the walk from the beach parking lot is a small distance (but it would be a pain with your arms filled with coolers and anything else).

Boat rentals were available (even during COVID) - but there are not a lot available (first come first serve!) - the lake is definitely worth exploring in a canoe or any other boat. If you bring your own, there is an easy boat launch and parking area.

The camp store at Lac-des-Sables has very limited hours. They have very basic needs including wood and ice. The limited store hours may only be COVID related - however, come prepared and make sure you have what you need!

If you are arriving in the park past 4 pm - do not forget to stop at the main entrance camp store to load up on wood, ice or anything else you may need!
Written August 31, 2020
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Ralitsa
Cleveland, OH4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019 • Family
We just did our first ski vacation at Mont-Tremblant, after many summer visits, and it was more and beyond what we have expected. We arrived on Christmas Eve, the village was beautifully decorated and full of life. Our family studio at La Mountagne place was incredible. Simple, but very spacious for what we expected, fully equipped kitchen, and very comfortable sleeping arrangements. A hot tub and a pool table, indoor parking garage, very affordable, were such a great addition to the property.The next day we started skiing. The amount and condition of the over 100 slopes was amazing. There is plenty of different levels and varieties of difficulties of the trails which is perfect for us being a family with different skill levels. The lodge at the top of the mountain offers spectacular views, it is lovely to have warm soup and drink after a few hours of skiing and spent some rest time with a younger child while the other half of the family take the great adventure slopes. Incredible days and evenings full of laughts, great food, and creating fantastic memories. We are already booking our next trip!
Written April 14, 2020
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