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    Mont-tremblant National Park

    by eternel2002 Updated Apr 21, 2006
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    This was a one day trip but it was soo nice to be in this big space of nature, far away from the city. The parc national du Mont-tremblant is a big park, actualy is the biggest and the first created in Quebec, it's perfect for those who are looking for the beautiful nature and quit place to stay some time and relax.
    We went to the falls "chuttes de diable", it's not so big but still nice to see, the area is so quit and nice, the park is also open for camping.

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    A winter like landscape

    by Laura_Mexico Updated Apr 4, 2006

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    Mt. Tremblant with ski slopes behind

    In fact it was already the spring when I came to Mt. Tremblant and made this picture.... however, the ski season wasn't over yet and you could still see several people skiing, even in the middle of the week...!! Here's a view of the vacation apartments with the ski slopes in the background... there was hardly any snow left in the streets and none on the buildings' roofs, but apparently there was still a good amount of it on the mountains to ski.....

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    Summer luge ride

    by mim95 Updated Dec 28, 2005

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    Luge ride down the mountain

    The luge goes 1.4km down the mountain side. It's got a seat close to the ground...seems safe to ride, as even children can ride them too. But it is kind of expensive for just one ride, at $10. Not sure if people would go for it more than once, but it is much cheaper if you get more rides or the family package.

    Open from May to October.

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    Mont Tremblant Resort Gondola

    by mim95 Updated Dec 26, 2005

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    Mount Tremblant Gondola

    A free ride above the Mont Tremblant resort area to bring you from the parking area to the mountain side. It passes above a hotel swimming pool, mini golf course, and give you a birds eye view of the resort area. It is a convenient ride to the other side of the resort, as it is a slightly uphill walk from the parking area.

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    Mont Tremblant Resort

    by mim95 Written Dec 26, 2005

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    At the entrance of the resort area
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    If you have been to Whistler, you'll notice that it it very similar to Mont Tremblant. There are many shops and restaurants in the pedestrian only resort area. And there are many summer and winter activities within the resort. But it is rather expensive to stay in this area.

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    Great Lookout on the Corniche Trail

    by mim95 Updated Dec 26, 2005

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    Breathtaking lookout on the Corniche Trail
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    A hiking trail is mostly made of crushed stone. There is a LOT of uphill hike, with a change of altitude of 180m, before reaching the breathtaking lookout point. From here, you can have an amazing view of Lac Monroe, and the surrounding mountains. And of course, the return trip is much faster and easier!

    The length of the trail is 1.6 km - one way. If you are physically fit, you can combine the Roche trail (2.5km one way, with a altitude change of 220m) and Coulee trail (1.7km).

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    Les Chutes-Croches

    by mim95 Updated Dec 26, 2005

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    Les Chutes-Croches
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    Les Chutes-Croches are series of waterfalls further down of the Diable River. The 400m (one-way) trail is easier than La Chute-du-Diable, and you can get closer to the river. It is possible to have picnic on the huge rocks by the river.

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    La Chute-du-Diable

    by mim95 Updated Dec 26, 2005

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    La Chute-du-Diable

    The waterfall is one of the great waterfalls in the park. It is located in the popular area, about 8km northof the Lac Monroe Visitor Center. To reach the waterfall, park at La Chute-de-Diable trail parking lot. The waterfall is located at the end of the 0.8km trail, about 15-20 minutes walk. It is an easy, flat trail along the Diable River.

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    Take the Gondola

    by cfuentesm Written Oct 26, 2005

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    Mont Tremblant Valley
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    At the top of Tremblant Village you can take the Gondola. It's a 15 minute ride to the top of the mountain. You'll experience magnificent landscapes, coloured foliage, and great views of the village and the valley. A true joy.

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    Walk around

    by cfuentesm Written Oct 26, 2005
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    You can spend hours walking around this cute little village. Built in the fashion of Swiss little villages, it offers their same charm but with a bit more moder architecture. Wander along its streets and parks. Relaxing and truly beautiful.

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    Take a Canoe Trip

    by cfuentesm Updated Oct 26, 2005

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    Mont Tremblant Canoe Trip: Riviere Rouge
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    Book a canoe trip through Tremblants Activity Center. You can take a guided tour or make it on your own. You'll have a nice safe canoe to wander along the Riviere Rouge (Red River) for 14 kilometers. It takes about 2 hours to make the trip. The currents can get a bit strong at times but if you don't get scared you'll have a great time. Beautiful landscapes and small beaches where you can stop along the way.

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    You Must Try the Luge! It's Huge!

    by miketrudeau Updated Jul 24, 2005
    Ciara Trudeau, luge champion

    In the summer months at Mont-Tremblant, there is a great concrete set up that runs about halfway up the mountain. For a fee, you can take the chairlift up...and a fast litte cart down. This is quite possibly the funnest thing to do here in the summer. It's expensive, yes, but man...Ciara and I just had smiles pasted all over our faces the whole time, and for quite some time after. She beat me two out of three times, but it's because I LET HER WIN! Honest!
    Pricewise, the luge will cost you about ten bucks per trip. Sometimes they have a three-for-twenty-dollars deal, which I highly recommend. Three runs was just right.
    These carts are designed to give the rider maximum control over speed and direction. It looks more dangerous than it really is, and you basically make it as safe as you want.

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  • Hiking in Parc national du Mont-Tremblant

    by Sasie Written May 16, 2005
    Deer in Tremblant

    Parc National du Mont-Tremblant : The hiking is great, with trails for different skill levels. I spent quite a while walking on a cross-country ski trail and really enjoyed it. Then tried the trail up to the summit (more challenging) but still, great scenery. I spent a lot of time snapping photos.
    The Website (below) was very helpful. Lots of great information about what to do, trail maps and photos (en fran├žais and in english).

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    Glorious Sunsets

    by coollikethat Written Sep 5, 2004

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    Sunset in August

    Take the gondola ride up to the summit in time for the sunset. I think they post the time of the sunset on a board at the bottom of the gondola. They all post the temperature at the top of the summit as it can be quite chilly in the evenings. At the top get your camera ready for a beautiful sunset picture. There are even chairs set out at the top for you to just sit in and enjoy the view.

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    All in one SPA experience

    by coollikethat Written Sep 5, 2004

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    Nordic Pools

    The Spa Scandinave is an incredible experience. All the luxuries of a full spa in one spot. You can enjoy warm thermal pools, waterfalls, Finnish saunas, Norwegian steam baths, nordic pools, the river, or a cold outdoor shower. Many rooms to lounge in and enjoy a good read. Hammocks and a cozy outdoor fireplace. You can include in your visit a massage. I enjoyed a wonderful one hour full body Swedish massage.

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