The nature and hebertism trail called “Going carbon-neutral” (Soyons carboneutres) was inaugurated on September 20, 2012. It is 3.5 km in length and boasts nine interpretive panels alongside nine workout stations. Hebertism is a natural type of physical and intellectual training developed by Georges Hébert.
The course, which is educational, sensitizes people to the roles of natural environments and the impacts on their degradation, as well as providing solutions to reduce the ecological impact of human beings.
The exercise modules, located beside each panel, suggest physical challenges that people of all ages can enjoy.
The circuit starts between Tremblant Resort’s P1 parking lot and the trail called La Villageoise-de-Mont-Tremblant. It criss-crosses the Chemin du Village and can be used for walking, cross-country skiing and cycling.