Up and down the hills
There are bike trails all around Mont Tremblant. The paths are up and down and wind around the hills. A great way to explore the area. It's best to bring a mountain bike. You can bring your own or rent a bike at Chalet des Voyageurs, contact info below.
Parc Linéaire Le P'tit Train du Nord
This is a 200km walk or bike track, formerly a rail track. It crosses several small villages, and also beautiful landscapes, with many lakes, prairies, bushes... an easy way to taste a little of all that without a painful cross country walk. If you're not plenty of time, I recomend you use a bike instead of walking. There's a fee to use the track, but usually if you rent the bike, thay have payed it for you. Many accomodation not far away from the track have information and maps, just ask. There are also some stops, where you can eat, relax, or just wait for the snow to stop falling...
The Devil River
My husband is an angel (most of the time) but here he sits in the Devil River, that's the English translation of River Diablo. This river flows alongside the spa mentioned above. It's an amazingly relaxing way to spend a hot day in Mont-Tremblant. We're used to seeing brown-colored rivers full of garbage. This clear, garbage-free river was perfect!
Le Circuit Mont-Tremblant
The website on Mont-Tremblant activities describes this as follows:
Located in one of the most gorgeous settings in the world for a race track, the layout is a classic for racers, as it combines the natural topography of the site with elevation changes from the start/finish line to corner 8 and back. The track is bordered by Lake Moore and Devil River (La Diable). The rocky hillsides around some parts of the track provide natural grandstands. It affords spectators magnificent elevated vantage points.
Parts Canada Superbike: June 1 – 3
Ferrari Festival: June 15 – 17
Champ Car Mont-Tremblant: June 29 – July 1st
Sommet Des Légendes: July 13 – 15
Fall Classic September: 21 – 23
We came across this Circuit while canoeing in Lake Moore. The growling noise made us curious. Following the noise, we paddled towards the bank on the opposite side. We tied our canoes to the trees and passed the bushes to come in the clear with majestic view of the racing tracks in our full view.
We stayed there for about 1 hour admiring the driving skills of the drivers.
Mont Tremblant - adventure all around
"360 degrees of the good life"
The Tremblant Resort you can either get your fill of fun and adventure, or relaxation and tranquility. It's all about you... how much energy you want to burn or how much you want to recharge your batteries. A place for families, couples, and friends alike. A world-class ski resort in winter, it has grown to be a full resort year round.
"Sunset in the wilderness"
The sunset in the late summer month of August was gorgeous. The photo taken at the summit of the mountain as the sun passed below the horizon. Lake Tremblant nestled between the hills.
View of the village from "Le Cabriolet" a fun cable ride than runs from the top to the bottom of the village. The village is like one taken straight out of the fairytales. Complete with hotels, bars, restaurants, food specialities, galleries, shops, boutiques, even a movie theatre. The cobble stone streets wind up and down throughout the pedestrian village.