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Aventures Parc Mont-Tremblant

586, Saint-Jovite, Mont Tremblant, Quebec J8E 2Z9, Canada
+1 819-425-2828
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Pristine Wilderness

An extremely enjoyable experience. The park is well maintained with several trails that are easy... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2017
Avon, Connecticut
amazing of fun

we did the 12 km of the red river, just amazing fun 2 canots for for, the river is flat, amazing... read more

Reviewed 31 July 2017
St Martin / St Maarten
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586, Saint-Jovite, Mont Tremblant, Quebec J8E 2Z9, Canada
+1 819-425-2828
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Reviewed 15 August 2017

An extremely enjoyable experience. The park is well maintained with several trails that are easy and short enough for most people. In addition, clearly marked trails for intermediate and advanced hikers. Take the time to continue the drive past the blacktop. The dirt road is...More

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Reviewed 31 July 2017

we did the 12 km of the red river, just amazing fun 2 canots for for, the river is flat, amazing landscape, loads of fun as you can have lunch on beaches all along the way we loved it so much

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Reviewed 15 June 2017

Spent an entire day hiking the trails. They are extremely well maintained and marked. The views and scenery were worth the hike. I am an avid runner, but went wit someone who is not in shape at all and found even the intermediate trails to...More

2  Thank Dug515
Reviewed 23 August 2016

There are many options offered here .. we did the dune buggy and helicopter tours. Both excellent but not cheap.

1  Thank 11Claude
Reviewed 16 July 2016

Amazing views in "la diable secteur", we did the "les chutes-croches" (720m), "la chute du diable" (1.6K) and "la roche" (5.4K). Do not forget to bring some DEET against the mosquitoes. After our trails, we visited pedestrian village. Entrance fee park: $8.5 per person.

3  Thank belfortstraat
Reviewed 1 July 2016

very beautiful at night there is so much to do here you need atleast 3 days to see all attraction but better to buy pass it is cheaper then buying single ticket.

1  Thank 367dineshs
Reviewed 14 January 2016

Highly recommend early booking of one of their canoe trips. Hiking paths are gorgeous and kayaks are easy to rent at the main visitor center but should be pre booked during busy times.

2  Thank ArtsyFemme
Reviewed 30 November 2015

Beautiful walking paths, lovely waterfalls, lots of scenery and some wildlife. We enjoyed our time at Parc Mont-Tremblant and especially enjoyed the beautiful Autumn weather. The Ranger provided us with an excellent map...showing the various walking and driving trails we could enjoy. Trails are well...More

4  Thank Linda H
Reviewed 8 November 2015

We had a lovely time in this area..weather great...fall colours at their peak. Mother Nature at its best.

3  Thank Valli C
Reviewed 6 September 2015

Great place to spend the day. We had lunch then went up the mountain. We saw the Birds of Prey show, pretty good. The views are amazing. Had an ice cream with maple syrup on the way out which was to die for!!.

2  Thank janesheis
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Paula W
27 March 2016|
Response from Linda H | Reviewed this property |
Golly Paula, I cannot give you any advice on camping...sorry. The park has lovely cabins for rent, if that is the kind of camping you are looking for...best to contact the Interpretive Centre for guidance.