Mont-Tremblant National Park (French: Parc national du Mont-Tremblant) is a provincial park located north of the town of Mont-Tremblant, and the village of Saint-Donat and Saint-Côme, in the administrative regions of Laurentides and Lanaudière, in Quebec, in Canada. It is the second largest national park in Quebec after Kuururjuaq National Park and it is the oldest national park (provincial or federal) in Quebec. It takes its name from Mount-Tremblant.
Several summer and winter activities are practiced, such as cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, short and long hiking hut, canoe lake and river kayaking, mountain biking, backcountry camping and swimming in wonderful lakes, such as Lake Lauzon clear water. The park is managed by the SÉPAQ.
3824 Chemin du Lac Supérieur, Lac-Supérieur, QC J0T 1P0
How to get there: Google Maps
Categories: Winter activities, Aquatic activities, Attractions, Sports and outdoor activities, Downhill skiing and snowboarding, Canoeing, Kayaking, Beach, Camping, Hunting and fishing, Wildlife observation, Park and wildlife reserve, Hiking, Scenic Lookouts, SEPAQ
Card created: 10/2014 (last modified: 03/2017)
GPS coordinates: 46°20'41"N, 74°30'31.33"W
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