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Montagne Verte

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Ann G wrote a review Oct. 2020
Montreal, Canada80 contributions22 helpful votes
Dogs accepted. Lots of point of view (walk on rim) . Best one is N6, with a 360degree view. Parking can be a challenge in peak season (fall colors). There’s a shortcut to get to the top if you dont feel like doing the full loop. Plan 2.5hours at family pace. You can do the nez de l’indien trail after if you want a longer workout. Trail markers have been added which is a lot better.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Saif A wrote a review Aug. 2020
Markham, Canada47 contributions7 helpful votes
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This hike is somewhat steep at the start and along the route. Rewarded with incredible views of the surrounding mountain and lakes. The length is ~2.4 km from the parking lot. Completed with three kids 8, 9, and 11 with no prep only water bottles in ~1.5 hours round trip. Can be done in less time if pushed. Need to make sure that you have enough time before Sunset as trail is hard to find in the dark. We started late and one couple along the way suggested we use a shorter and steeper route close to the top so that we would get back before dark and don't get lost. Overall an incredible and rewarding hike for a family with pre-teen kids. Our favorite hike in the Mont Tremblant area!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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yulneverroamalone wrote a review Aug. 2020
Montreal, Canada191 contributions15 helpful votes
To the north-east of Mont-Tremblant near Labelle, Quebec is a little hidden gem called Montagne Verte - a moderate to difficult hike due to the quick ascent at the beginning of the trail, it starts to flatten out the closer you get to the summit. The entrance to the trailhead is clearly marked, and Google Maps will bring you right to it when you enter Montagne Verte into your GPS. The trail is accessible year-round and is pet-friendly as long as they are kept on leash. There is no entrance fee or kiosk, so it's entirely free for you to enjoy! The summit offers views of Lac Baptiste and a partial view on Lac des Bouleaux We highly recommend this hike, the views are really worth it. For us it took about 30-35 minutes to reach the top - we've gone several times already!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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PaulfromCanada1 wrote a review Nov. 2019
Ottawa, Canada6 contributions3 helpful votes
Fantastic hike - solid challenge and good workout, but not overly difficult. The view of Lac Tremblant and the ski hill is well worth the effort all year long. But it is absolutely spectacular in the Fall! And it is dog friendly to boot. Highly recommended!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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TraReveler wrote a review Sep. 2019
Westport, Connecticut39 contributions28 helpful votes
I hesitated to write this review out of fear of receiving hate mail from the locals. Montagne Verte is not a hidden gem: after all, it's a mountain, just sitting there. But it is a gem. Park in the turnout at the sign that marks the trailhead, or on the road just past the turnout. There were no cars except those with Quebec license plates. We met nobody who wasn't a local. Everybody wanted to know how we came to be there. (The answer: we chatted with our waitress at the most excellent Mille Pâtes restaurant, and with the guy who parks cars at the most excellent Hotel Quintessence.) The "black diamond" trail up to Montagne Verte has it all: terrain, vistas, you name it. Don't make the mistake of taking the shorter "half" up, then retracing your steps. Take the entire loop of, say, 2.5 hours. Some hikers pack a lunch, and find a comfy spot. If you know what you're doing on a hiking trail, don't miss this place!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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