COVID-19: Level 4 (red) - Maximum alert: measures in force for Mont-Tremblant

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UPDATE ON THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

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Trail conditions and maps

Welcome on our trails network! 

Our network of trails has something for all outdoor enthusiasts (fatbike, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, telemark, winter walking and alpine cross-country or off-piste skiing), whether they are experts or beginners!

COVID-19 special measures

  • Curfew for everyone between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. until February 8, 2021.
  • Interregional travel is not recommended.
  • Free practice of outdoor activity alone or in a family bubble is permitted.
  • Maintain a distance of 2 meters between users at all times, especially when the pace slows when approaching intersections.
  • When approaching a group that you want to overtake, make your intentions known and give warning when you overtake.
  • Wearing a mask is compulsory in closed public places.
  • Wearing a mask is recommended during the activity (parking or access).
  • Avoid all gatherings in rest areas or on trails.
  • There is no place to change or warm up inside.
  • Bring back your rubbish or your tissues.
  • Do not throw anything on the ground.

La Villageoise-de-Mont-Tremblant

La Villageoise-de-Mont-Tremblant is an 11.6 km asphalt trail. Access to this trail can be done from Chemin du Village, near Parc du Curé-Deslauriers or Tremblant Resort.

Authorized activities

  • cross-country skiing
  • fatbike

Strictly prohibited in winter: winter walking, hiking. Dogs are prohibited at all times.

Free access

Map and trail conditions

Consult the map
Cross-country ski trail conditions
Fatbike trail conditions

Le P'tit Train du Nord linear park

One of the longest linear park in Canada is located in the heart of the Laurentians. Making good use of a former railway bed built at the beginning of the 20th century, Le P'tit Train du Nord runs through 234 km of beautiful landscape as it travels beside rivers, lakes and streams between Saint-Jerôme and Mont-Laurier.

Le P’tit Train du Nord linear park is paved for 22 km from Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré to Chemin Plouffe in Mont-Tremblant. 

Authorized activities

  • snowshoeing
  • classic cross-country skiing
  • cross-country skiing no skating
  • fatbike
  • winter walk

Dogs are prohibited at all times.

Free access

Map and trail conditions

Consult the map
Cross-country ski trail conditions
Snowshoeing and winter walk trail conditions
Fatbike trail conditions

Domaine Saint-Bernard

The Domaine Saint-Bernard, which is managed by a social interest trust, has a surface area of about 6.01 square kilometres on the south bank of the Diable River, facing the Versant Soleil area of Mont Tremblant Resort. It features a network of trails for hiking on foot, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, plus a swimming beach on Lac Raynaud. The main entry is via Chemin Saint-Bernard off Rue Labelle at the end of Lac Ouimet. The Domaine Saint-Bernard has 45 kilometers of trails, mostly reserved for cross-country skiing (including 14 kilometers of skating), snowshoeing and winter walking.

Authorized activities

  • cross-country skiing 
  • cross-country ski school 
  • cross-country skiing skills course 
  • winter walk 
  • snowshoeing
  • ice skating (forest course and ice rink) 
  • slide 
  • ornithology and flora

Dogs are prohibited at all times.

Access fees
Free for Vivre Mont-Tremblant card holders

Maps and trail conditions

Rates and reservation
CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING
Consult the map
Cross-country ski trail conditions
RAQUETTE / MARCHE HIVERNALE
Consult the map
Condition of snowshoe / winter walking trails

FIND YOUR WAY

Trail maps are available on the free mobile app Ondago. Download it now!

PARTNER NETWORKS 

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. 

EMERGENCY SITUATION?

Dial 9-1-1. A team from the Ville de Mont-Tremblant has been trained to respond to emergency situations in the trails. 

  • Download maps for the free Ondago mobile app

  • Winter walk

  • Alpine Hiking & Skiing

  • Hiking

  • Snowshoeing

  • Cross country skiing

  • Fatbike

  • Mountain bike

  • Road biking

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