When to visit
- Very Favourable
What to do
- Worth the detour
- Must see
Mont-Tremblant National Park is the oldest national park in Quebec and the largest park south of the 49th parallel.
A vast universe of mountains looming over endless lakes and rivers, the park features more than 400 lakes and 2 major rivers, the Diable and the Assomption.
We recommend focusing on the La Diable Sector during your trip.
WHAT TO DO
* = Interesting ** = worth a detour *** = worth a trip
This unguided excursion takes about 4 hours and is considered easy. The shuttle leaves from the Lac Monroe Visitors Centre. Canoe or kayak rental, oars/paddles, life vests and shuttle service are included.
At an altitude of 200 metres, you will enjoy amazing aerial views and spectacular scenery in the company of a guide.
The trail will take you past a number of rocky creeks and waterfalls and through forest, and provides lookouts with spectacular views of the Rouge and La Diable river valleys.
Where to eat
- $ Économique
- $$ Budget moyen
- $$$ Bonne table
- $$$$ Gastronomique
WHERE TO EATLA SANDWICHERIE CAFÉ ($)
The place to go for a good cup of coffee or a tasty sandwich, soup or salad.
1908 Chemin du Village, Mont-Tremblant 819-421-4464
LA SAVOIE ($$)
If you're in the mood for a good raclette or pierrade (grill-stone), pay a visit to La Savoie. This authentic Savoyard restaurant also offers a variety of fondues including cheese fondue, broth fondue, oil fondue and red wine fondue.
115 Chemin de Kandahar, Mont-Tremblant 819-681-4573
LA PETITE CACHÉE ($$$)
In the comfortable atmosphere of this log cabin restaurant, you will enjoy Mediterranean and regional cuisine with a focus on fresh seasonal produce. Fresh pasta, grilled meats, homemade pizza and fish feature prominently on the menu.
2681 Chemin du Village, Mont-Tremblant 819-425-2654
LE CHEVAL DE JADE ($$$)
This fine French cuisine restaurant is run by couple Olivier Tali (chef) and Frédérique Pironneau (hostess). The house specialities are fish and seafood; the Mediterranean fish soup and bouillabaisse are exceptional. As Chef Tali is a Master Canardier, you won't want to miss his famous Duckling à la Rouennaise. He uses local and organic ingredients as much as possible and enjoys surprising his guests by experimenting with new ingredients.
688 Rue de Saint-Jovite, Mont-Tremblant 819-425-5233
SEB L’ARTISAN CULINAIRE ($$$$)
Le Seb offers one of the finest dining experiences in the Tremblant region. Chef Sébastien Houle has travelled to the ends of the earth, and will transport you into the heart of an unparalleled culinary voyage. His innovative cuisine will seduce and surprise you with its unique aromas and pairings, prepared using the finest local ingredients. A real magician!
444 Rue St-Georges, Mont-Tremblant 819-429-6991
Où dormir ?
- Very Favourable