Map of Mont-Tremblant. Detailed map of the highway and local roads of Mont-Tremblant and surround area

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Map of Mont-Tremblant. Detailed map of the highway and local roads of Mont-Tremblant and surround area


Home to Mont-Tremblant park, the largest protected area in all of Quebec, this corner of the Laurentians draws thousands of tourists and sports enthusiasts annually to a small cluster of villages that have earned a reputation for their excellent lodging, restaurants, sports, and leisure activities. A visit to Mont Tremblant (968 m) and its expansive park provides unforgettable adventures that will satisfy amateur and experienced outdoor buffs alike. The ice age left its imprint here in the form of magnificent Lac Monroe and natural waterfalls such as the Chute du Diable (Devil's Falls) and Chutes Croches (Crooked Falls). Here you can canoe and camp on the L'Assomption River, hike with a nature interpreter, enjoy long-trail cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, or fishing; or simply rent a cottage and take in the untamed beauty of the land of the blue jay, moose, and black bear.

Mont-Tremblant-Village [C2] Founded at the turn of the 20th century on the shores of Lac Mercier, Mont-Tremblant started life as a logging town. By the 1920s, however, logging was replaced by tourism, and the village and surrounding area was soon being courted by sports enthusiasts from around the world. Today the village boasts cycling and pedestrian trails, 92 all-level ski runs, crosscountry skiing, ice skating, snowshoeing, snow-boarding, water sports on Lac Tremblant, plus specialized shops, spas, and cozy inns.

Saint-Faustin [D3]

An elegant Laurentian resort town with a full range of year-round activities, Saint-Faustin also offers its visitors a taste of Quebecois joie de vivre, culture, and tradition. At Millette's family-owned sugar shack, learn how maple sap is processed, and savor a typical Quebecois meal and folk entertainment. You can also quench your thirst at the village's natural spring-it's been flowing since 1871!

Saint-Jovite [D2-3]

Bordered by majestic mountains and close to several lakes, Saint-Jovite has always been a popular travel destination. The Mont-Tremblant/Saint-Jovite racing circuit attracts thousands of people every year. Stroll along Rue Ouimet, the main thoroughfare, for its fabulous restaurants and open-air terraces, and try a taste of beer brewed the old-fashioned way at Saint-Arnould Microbrewery, a beer museum displaying over 1,500 bottles and brewery collectibles.

Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts [E5] With its city center overlooking sparkling Lac des Sables, Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts is a favorite vacation spot, drawing tourists to its sandy beaches, charming boutiques and trendy restaurants. When the railway was closed in 1989, the town renovated the train station and transformed the railway into a stop on a cycling and hiking trail unique to Quebec: "Le P'tit Train du Nord" (Little Train of the North) Linear Park. Its 200 km of paths connect Saint-Jerome to the south with Mont-Laurier to the north.

Val-David [E5] Val-David sits peacefully beside the Riviere du Nord, cradled by the mountains and surrounded by woodlands. The town is one of the most popular places for rock climbing in the country and is home to a vibrant arts community that stages a pottery festival in summer and exhibitions in September.

Val-Morin [E5] Val-Morin offers beautiful lakes, two alpine ski centers, a public beach, and 5 km of paths in the Linear Park for walking, biking, and cross-country skiing. In September, "Les Couleurs a Velo" combines cycling with nature appreciation. In February, try your hand at ice fishing at an annual fishing festival.



Mont-Tremblant Park

Chute du Diable Waterfalls and Park Chutes Croches Waterfalls Ski Mont-Tremblant EcoZone Hiking Trails

Croisieres Mont-Tremblant History Tour Le Scandinave Spa Place de la Gare Art Centre


P'tit Train du Nord Cycling Network Lac des Sables Alouette Boat Cruises


Millette's Sugar Shack Mont Blanc The Arts House Laurentians Tourism and Educational Centre Laurentians Aquatic Nature Centre


Mireille Gardens Saint-Arnould Microbrewery Mont-Tremblant/ Saint-Jovite Racing Circuit


Baffin Inuit Art Gallery

La Clef des champs Medicinal Plant Gardens

Santa's Village De Rocailles Country-Style Gardens La Falaise Golf Academy


Belle-Neige Ski Centre Far Hills Cross-Country

Ski Network Val-Morin Equestrian Centre


Map of Mont-Tremblant. Detailed map of the highway and local roads of Mont-Tremblant and surround area