Explore the stunning scenery of the Tremblant Resort, Domaine Saint-Bernard and Parc national du Mont-Tremblant on a vast of marked trails. Put on your climbing skis and sealskins for the mountain’s summit!
Mont-Tremblant seduces skiers and snowboarders from around the world. But did you know that it is also one of the best places to practice alpine hiking in the area? Come explore our beautiful landscapes on a variety of trails (31 km) and climb with skis and seal skins to the top.
Take the opportunity to relax with a coffee at the chalet. And then descend the mountain smoothly on our groomed and marked trails.
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If you feel like being away from the crowds and explore a new area, 14 km of unpacked snow await you at the Domaine St-Bernard. You will feel completely isolated!
The Boucle des Chutes Croches awaits you with its 16 km of trails, including a portion of 13 km in ungroomed snow. If you have the chance to be there during or after a good snowfall, you will experience an extraordinary adventure in almost unreal silence!
For long distance skiing, a network of 112 km of non-groomed and unpatrolled trails with community relay shelters that have a capacity of 14 to 18 people each is distributed within the two following areas.
If you feel like completely disconnecting for a few days, the Parc National du Mont-Tremblant boasts 112 km of unpacked and unpatrolled trails sprinkled with community shelters that sleep 14 to 18 people, located in the following 2 sectors.