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Heritage tour

What would you say to being able to travel through time to discover the rich history of our Ville?

That’s the experience available to you through twenty-five panels and ten plaques, installed on the territory of Mont-Tremblant. You’ll learn a little more about the Indigenous peoples who traveled the area’s rivers and lakes, and about the devotion of the nuns, and the importance of the arrival of the train on the lives of the parishioners.

With the Balado Discovery application for smart phones and tablets, it is now possible to have access to an enhanced version of the circuit and, when traversed, to be guided from one point of interest to another through To the GPS of his device. The application also makes it possible to make a virtual tour of the circuit. To access, click HERE.

This project was made possible by the work of Danielle Soucy and by the regional historical society, the Société du patrimoine du Bassin inférieur de la Rouge et de la Chaîne géologique du Mont-Tremblant Inc. (SOPABIC), and by the initiative of the District no. 1 committee for the portion of the pole Le Village.

 Enjoy your visit!

Download the heritage tour brochure (French version)



Municipal Life Essential Goods: Wood and Wool
The Birth of a Village A General Store in the Early Twentieth Century (Paquin's store)
The Farmer's Co-operative The House of the Notaries
On School Benches The Loveliest Church in the North
A devil of a River Saint Jovite Station: a village within a village
The Train Enters the Station  

Le Village

Since the dawn of time Lumberjacks and log drivers
The Domaine Saint-Bernard in the era of the Brothers The train station, heart of the village
Making their way The nuns of Mont-Tremblant
Curé Charles-Hector Deslauriers Mont-Tremblant Lodge and The Saint-Bernard Chapel
Difficult beginnings The parc national du Mont-Tremblant
One hundred years of vacationing on the shores of Lac Mercier The Standard Chemical plant
Serving the community  



The Old Train Station The First Bank
The Linière Grégoire House The Charbonneau House and Farm
The Grigon House The House of the First Settlers

Le Village 

The Matte Garage J.R. Lavigne's grocery store
Hôtel Mont-Tremblant The Letendre general store
The Village Market