Gradual opening of trails. For further information, check the conditions before you go!

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Trail conditions and maps

COVID-19 Special Measures*

  • Curfew for everyone between 9:30 p.m. and 5 a.m.
  • Maximum 8 people with 1 organizer / group
  • Mask compulsory for all groups of 2 or more (except occupants of the same residence / except when a minimum distance is maintained between participants throughout the activity)
  • Maintain a distance of 2 meters between users at all times, especially when the pace slows when approaching intersections
  • Avoid all gatherings in rest areas or on trails
  • Interregional travel is not recommended

*May change without notice according to the rules in force.

Mont-Tremblant Trails Network 

Our network of trails has something for all (mountain or road biking, hiking, walking or roller skating), whether they are experts or beginners!

Mountain bike

  Consult the map
  Trail conditions
  Download the map for the free ONDAGO mobile application

Trails of the City of Mont-Tremblant

  • 47 km of trails
  • Free access
  • Dogs are prohibited at all times

Domaine Saint-Bernard


  Consult the map
  Trail conditions
  Download the map for the free ONDAGO mobile application

Trails of the City of Mont-Tremblant

  • 30 km of trails
  • Free access
  • Dogs are prohibited at all times

Domaine Saint-Bernard

Trail rules and tips

  • Prepare for your outing in the great outdoors. Choose the trail based on you ability to complete the distance. Plan for adequate water, food and mosquito repellent.
  • Wear proper equipment: non-slip footwear with anklo protection, a backpack and weather appropriate clothing. Walking sticks are recommended on steep trails.
  • Stay on the trail for the sake of protecting the flora.
  • The environment is everyone's business! Bring back your waste.
  • It is forbidden to feed wild animals. Regulation (2016)-149.

Multi-use tracks (paved)

Road bike and cycle paths

  Consult the map
  Download the map for the free ONDAGO mobile application

Authorized activities

  • Walking, bicycles, rollerblades

La Villageoise-de-Mont-Tremblant

  • 11,4 km paved trail
  • Free access
  • Access from Chemin du Village, near Parc du Curé-Deslauriers or from Tremblant Resort
  • Dogs are prohibited at all times

Parc linéaire Le P'tit Train du Nord

  • 17,1 km paved trail
  • Free access
  • Speed is limited to 22 km/h
  • Users must move in line when they are in a group
  • Dogs are prohibited at all times
  • For more information, visit


  • 0,7 km paved trail
  • Free access
  • Access from 635, rue Cadieux, via the modular tracks (pump tracks)
  • Dogs are prohibited at all times

A problem in the trails?

You see a tree fallen or about to fall, a crevasse, a hole, etc., call 819-425-2723 to report the situation. 


The City of Mont-Tremblant and its partners (Domaine Saint-Bernard and Le P'tit Train du Nord) cannot be held responsible for any damage, including loss or theft of any object, material damage (clothing, equipment, etc.), injury or serious accident suffered by the participant while participating in an outdoor activity. Any sporting activity involves risks, be careful and vigilant during your outings in the open air.


  • Dial 9-1-1. A City team has been formed to respond to emergency situations on the trails.

    Download the free what3words application  immediately (via the App Store or Google Store) to be prepared at all times to signal your position to emergency services should the need arise.

    When you contact 911, you will be able to transmit directly the three words – generated automatically by the application – which correspond to your position, even if you don’t have Internet access. Emergency services will immediarly know your position and be able to trigger the intervention or rescue process. 

    If you do not have the application, the Ville de Mont-Tremblant’s Emergency Services will send you a text message (text, SMS) with a Web link to the what3words site. When you click on the link, the three words associated with your position will appear. All you will have to do is repeat them to Emergency Services for them to identify exactly where you are.


    All of our trails are georeferenced and available through the free Ondago smartphone app. Download it now!

    Click here to download the available ONDAGO maps

    Maps in paper format are also available in limited quantities at tourist information offices (205 Rue Lacasse and 5080 Montée Ryan), at Domaine Saint-Bernard (539, chemin Saint-Bernard) and in most municipal buildings.



    Culture and Recreation Department
    819-425-8614, ext. 2500

    For any information about Domaine Saint-Bernard, please contact 819-425-3588 or visit

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