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A true destination of choice for all nature and sports enthusiasts, the Mont-Tremblant region also offers a festive, year-round experience thanks to its internationally recognized events and festivals, as well as its culinary traditions, lively nightlife and variety of charming shops. Home of the largest natural park in its network, parc national du Mont-Tremblant, where you can enjoy a multitude of outdoor activities like hiking, paddling down the river in a canoe, kayak or on a paddleboard, golfing and aerial games. Top it all off with a well-deserved break and a night of camping or a stay in one of our award-winning hotels.
Discover our 6 amazing circuits, developed in collaboration with Vélo Québec. For dozens of equally great routes, check out Club V2V, our local bike organization’s website. Every Tuesday and Saturday evening, the club organizes outings for its members and guests. Something you won’t want to miss!
With over 31 miles of trails and 18 of those as single tracks, Mont-Tremblant’s mountain bike trail network provides a thrilling experience in a natural setting that is unlike anything else!
Experience the first official IRONMAN marked course, available for training, as well as for cycling enthusiasts looking for a new challenge!
Interested in adding swim or run training to your cycling experience? From May until the end of September, you can enjoy swimming circuits on Lac Tremblant, and training on the official IRONMAN running and cycling courses, completely marked and safe. An athlete’s dream getaway!
From wide-open roads to steep hairpin turns, the Mont-Tremblant region abounds with miles and miles of inviting terrain for both road and mountain bikers. If you do not have a bike, however, no need to worry! You can easily rent road bikes, mountain bikes, or even Fatbikes or e-bikes from one of the local shops.
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Mont-Tremblant is much more than a road and mountain biking destination. Visitors flock to it year-round to enjoy, amongst other things, world-class skiing and snowshoeing in the winter and free outdoor events and nature hikes in the summer. With its quaint village, extensive trail network, renowned restaurants, and wide-open natural spaces, the Mont-Tremblant region is the perfect destination for the whole family!