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"Freebies": Places, activities, etc. provided free of charge

Seasonal Access to Centre de ski de fond Mont-Tremblant (cross-country skiing)

539 Chemin Saint-Bernard | 819-425-5588
Email: info@skidefondmont-tremblant.com
Website: skidefondmont-tremblant.com

Present your Vivre Mont-Tremblant card at the reception located inside the Petit Saint-Bernard. A valid label for the whole cross-country ski season will be affixed to the back.

Access to Lac Mercier Boat Launch (fees and use)

Chemin Plouffe | 819-425-8614, ext. 2610

  • Limit of 20 motor boats per day, on a first-come-first-served basis, until early Labour Day. 
  • Accessibility is on a daily basis (morning entry, evening exit).
  • Personal watercraft or wakeboats are not permitted to access the boat launch.
  • Watercraft equipped with ballast are not permitted to access the boat launch.
  • The registration certificate as required by Transport Canada must be presented.
  • Proof that the boat, the motor, the trailer and the equipment have been washed (within a period of maximum 24 hours) must be presented.
  • The fee is $150, plus taxes, per day, for a non-resident.

Consult bylaw (2015)-A-43 (in French) related to the use of the Lac Mercier boat launch.

Access to Lac Tremblant Boat Launch

454 Chemin du Lac-Tremblant-Nord | Info marina: 819-425-2181

  • Accessibility is on a daily basis (morning entry, evening exit).
  • Free for first access. For any subsequent access, fees of $ 16, taxes included, will be charged by PLTN and payable upon arrival at the site.
  • A maximum of 15 boats per day, on a first-come-first-served basis, from June 23 to October 31.
  • No personal watercraft or ballast craft are permitted.
  • The boat must be registered with the citizen's name.
  • Pleasure card operator card as required by Transport Canada must be presented.
  • Proof that the boat has been washed (within a period of maximum 48 hours) must be presented.

Authorized boat cleaning companies

To make an appointment or ask about prices, call one of the following businesses.

Défi Sport Marine 228 Highway 117 819-425-2345
Garage Matte 1950 Chemin du Village 819-425-7969
Lave-auto Mont-Tremblant 496 Rue de Saint-Jovite 819-425-4129
Préservation Lac-Tremblant-Nord 454 Chemin de Lac-Tremblant-Nord 819-425-4470

Journée du citoyen –  Citizen’s Day - organised by Tremblant Resort

Transport en commun (TCMT) free of charge between 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Domaine Saint-Bernard ecotourism park - Yearly access

545 Chemin Saint-Bernard | 819-425-3588 
Email: reservation@domainesaint-bernard.org
Website: domainesaintbernard.org

Parc national du Mont-Tremblant - Yearly access

La Diable Visitors Centre
3824 Chemin du Lac-Supérieur, Lac-Supérieur | 819-688-2281
Email: parc.mont-tremblant@sepaq.com
Website: sepaq.com

Present your Vivre Mont-Tremblant card at La Diable Visitors Centre or at the Discovery Centre. An annual access card will be issued under your name. For opening hours, visit their website.

Beaches

819-425-8614, ext. 2500

  • Lac Mercier | 100 Chemin Plouffe
  • Parc Plage lac Tremblant | Chemin de la Chapelle
  • Lac Raynaud | Parc écotouristique Domaine Saint-Bernard | 539 Chemin Saint-Bernard

Please note that dogs are not allowed on any of the three sites.

Ski free at Châtel – 130 km of trails and runs

819-425-8614, ext. 6432

Through twinning of the Ville de Mont-Tremblant, Québec, with the Commune of  Châtel (Haute-Savoie in France), Tremblant Resort and the Commune de Châtel offer their people the opportunity to ski free of charge in the twinned town.

For more information and to find out about the conditions of the arrangement here is protocole d’entente (in French) between Châtel and Station Mont-Tremblant.

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