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Sentiers Mont-Tremblant Trail Network

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Our network of trails, including municipal trail network, Domaine Saint-Bernard and P’tit Train du Nord – Mont-Tremblant area, has something for all outdoor enthusiasts (fatbike, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and winter walking), whether they are experts or beginners! 

Activities for all tastes and all levels!


  • Mountain bike
  • Hiking
  • Multifunctional tracks
  • Fishing in rivers and lakes
  • Canoe map and river fishing trails (information available at the bottom of this page)


  • Cross-country skiing
  • Skating
  • Oversized tire bike (fatbike)
  • Racket
  • Winter walk


Sentiers Mont-Tremblant
819 425-8614 (24/7)

  • Important Notice

    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 an 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.

  • 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.

    Free access

    Activities allowed in winter

    • Cross-country skiing
    • Fatbike

    Activities allowed in summer

    • running
    • walk
    • cycling

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

  • 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 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 from Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré to Chemin Plouffe in Mont-Tremblant. 

    Activities allowed in winter

    • Snowshoeing
    • Classic cross-country skiing
    • Cross-country skiing no skating
    • Fatbike
    • Winter walk

    Activities allowed in summer

    • running
    • walk
    • cycling

    Dogs are prohibited at all times.

  • 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.

    • Access fees
    • Free for Accès or Vivre Mont-Tremblant card holders

    Activities allowed in winter

    • 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

    Activities allowed in summer

    • Mountain bike
    • Hiking

    Dogs are prohibited at all times.


  • Canoe plan and fishing accesses

    Ride on the majestic River du Diable! Enjoy a 20 km ride to see the fauna and flora and learn about the Ville de Mont-Tremblant’s water protection initiatives.

    N.B. At all times, vehicular access is prohibited.


    There are 11 fishing accesses along the river allowing fishing enthusiasts to practice this activity. For exact locations, click here.


    Washing Boats 
    Carte de canot, kayak et pêche (PDF)
    Carte de canot, kayak et pêche ONDAGO (pour appareil mobile)

  • Hiking - 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.

  • Cycling Code of Conduct and tips (French-language)

  • Fatbike


    Be pleasant, courteous and polite. Discourage bad conduct and follow the rules.


    The bicycle must be equipped with tires at least 3.5’’ wide and the air pressure must be below 10 psi.


    Is the track I’m leaving an inch or more deep?
    Am I having difficulty in moving forward in a straight line?
    Do I have to get off the bike to get up a slight slope?
    If you have answered YES to any of these questions, leave the track, because you are causing damage to the track that is hard to repair.

    In the cross-country ski trails, never ride in the classic skiing tracks.
    Always be courteous with skiers, snowshoers and walkers.
    Make way for others at every intersection.

    Cycling in winter brings risks that it is wise to take on very gradually. Be careful, and have a great outing!

  • Map of parking lots and services for cyclists

  • Partner networks

    Centre de villégiature Tremblant (1000 chemin des Voyageurs)  

    Parc national du Mont-Tremblant (4645 chemin du Lac-Supérieur | 819 688-2281)  

  • Emergency situation | what3words App

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

  • Trails intervention request form (French-language)

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