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Canoe, kayak, paddleboard and fishing

With hundreds of lakes and rivers, abundant flora and fauna and breathtaking viewpoints, Mont-Tremblant is a paradise for canoe, kayak and paddleboard enthusiasts. Love to fly fish? Indulge your passion on the Diable River.

Club plage et tennis

The Club Plage and Tennis is the ideal summer venue, just few steps away from the pedestrian village and offering breathtaking views of the mountain and the majestic Lac Tremblant. On site you can enjoy a swimming area supervised by certified lifeguards, play beach volleyball, eat a snack, relax or refresh yourself in the comfortable facilities (chairs, umbrellas, changing room, toilets and showers) and play tennis on one of the courts.

Best bets

  • The Centre Nautique Pierre Plouffe offers you dozens of boats of all kinds for rent
  • The terrace on the beach allows you to relax while admiring the breathtaking view of Mont Tremblant

Citizen Canoeing Course

You can descend the southern portion in peace, enjoying multiple sandy beaches and a current allowing you almost to slip to the chosen stop. 23 km, from the Chemin du Pont de fer (km 0) to the last stop (km 23) are navigable. A total of 6 stops including 5 launching ramps give you the opportunity to admire the river for the distance you want.

Best bets

  • The parc au Fil-de-l’Eau is in the nature, in the heart of the Downtown area. Wireless Internet access is provided free of charge.
  • Enjoy theview at the Belvedere Bark Canoe peacefully.

Parc national du Mont-Tremblant

Discover the vast universe of lakes and rivers surrounded by mountains in the Parc National du Mont-Tremblant. With its six major rivers, its 400 Lakes and streams, the Parc national du Mont-Tremblant is a paradise for canoeists! With a rich amalgam of natural and historical Québec heritage, it is the largest and the oldest park in the network. The presence of 40 species of mammals, including wolves, testifies to the wild character and immensity of the territory.

Best Bets

  • The observation centres and stunning views of the wilderness.
  • The magnificent Chute-du-Diable and the Chutes-Croches (waterfalls).
  • The exciting Via ferrata du Diable experience – a must try!
  • More than 400 Lakes and sandy shores to practice nautical activities (Lac-des-Sables, Lac Escalier, Lac Caché, Lac Lauzon) and swimming (Lac Monroe – La Diable sector, and Lac Provost and La Diable sector – La Pimbina sector).
  • Numerous hiking trails
  • The possibility to camp on one of the lots, in a chalet, a yurt or a Huttopia tent for an unforgettable experience.

Domaine Saint-Bernard

Discover aboard a canoe or a single or double kayak one of the most beautiful beaches of Mont-Tremblant, Lac Raynaud beach .

Area
Water courses
Acces
Address
Resort
Beach and Tennis ClubTremblant Lake$6 (13 and +)
$7 (7-12)
+ rental
2900, chemin du Village
Downtown and Village
Citizen CourseDiable RiverFree
No rentals
km 0: chemin Pont-de-fer
km 2: rue du Boisé / Montée Ryan junction
km 10: rue Saint-Roch
km 13: Parc au fil de l'eau (Hôtel de Ville, 1145, rue de Saint-Jovite)
Parc national du Mont-Tremblant
Winding Diable ActivityDiable River$8.50 (18 and +)
+ package of your choice
3824, chemin du Lac Supérieur, Lac Supérieur
Domaine Saint-Bernard
Lac Raynaud BeachRaynaud Lake$5 (16 and +)545, chemin Saint-Bernard

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