Parc du Mont Tremblant

The largest park in Québec (1 510 km²/938sq mi) is teeming with lakes (over 400) and rivers, the most famous of which are the Diable and Assomption rivers with their magnificent waterfalls and bubbling waters. In this setting perfect for recreational activities you can also discover a wealth of varied fauna, including a multitude of birds. Many kilometres of winding roads and tracks attract hikers, particularly in the autumn, when the vivid red of maple trees stand alongside the soft yellow foliage of silver birch.

Useful information


3824 chemin du Lac-Supérieur, J0T 1P0 Laurentides


+1 819-688-2281


8.50 $

Opening hours

open all year, but some roads are closed in winter - see Website for operating periods of the different discovery centres and services