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Portrait of Mont-Tremblant

The Ville de Mont-Tremblant is located about 100 kilometres north of Montreal, in the central part of the MRC des Laurentides, and occupies an area of 256.61 square kilometres of the Canadian Shield. The municipal territory is bordered by the municipalities of Lac-Supérieur to the north; Brébeuf, Huberdeau and Arundel to the south; Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré to the east; and Labelle and La Conception to the west.

The land is characterized largely by the presence of forests, the valley of the Diable River, tall hills and the Parc National de Mont-Tremblant, which occupies all of its northern section, and by 2,083 hectares of soft water (lakes and streams), an area that represents close to eight per cent of the territory. It has almost 300 kilometres of watercourses (rivers and streams) and over 100 lakes. The quality of the natural landscape makes this area much in demand by nature-loving vacationers, part-time residents and tourists

The diversity and complementary nature of the various elements making up the Ville de Mont-Tremblant mean that it offers citizens, part-time residents and tourists a wide range of services, attractions and activities.

Name of inhabitants



  • Five poles

  • Getting there

  • Some history

  • Awards and recognitions