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Mountain Biking

The region boasts almost 65 kilometres of topquality trails developed by Vélo Mont-Tremblant. Our trails cross through a section of town and feature plenty of stunning landscapes along the way, ensuring that every ride is exceptional.

Resort

The trails cross riversides, golf courses and peaceful places on both sides of Montée Ryan and Chemin Duplessis. Only one trail is located directly on the slopes of the mount Tremblant, the Criterium – Canada Cup track, but it is a perfect circuit for cyclists looking for a competitive challenge! Each year in May, a national cross-country and downhill competition takes place.

Best Bets

  • Enjoy the breathtaking view of the region and the natural setting from the mountain’s summit.
  • Take a well-deserved rest on one of the resort’s terraces of the resort’s terraces of the resort
  • Attend one of the many must-do summer events

Le Village

Approximately 2 km from the Village area, the Villageoise-de-Mont-Tremblant multi-functional paved trail offers direct access to mountain bike trails. The trails closest to the Village, La Truite and La Sciotte, the Petite Cachée along the river, take you to the heart of the network.

Best Bets

  • Enjoy the sun and swim at the Lac Mercier beach where you can also rent canoes, bicycles and pedal boats.
  • Several B&Bs, inns, small shops, friendly and delicious coffee tables.
  • Group sessions for girls, on the first Monday of June to September (departure at the tourist information office).

Domaine Saint-Bernard

At the Domaine Saint-Bernard, you will find trails that are both double and multi-use (walking and mountain biking), some of them can be used as an initiation trail to the sport. A beginner-level pump track has been built to introduce youngsters and help them develop their reflexes for their future trail rides.

Best Bets

  • Complete your getaway at the Pavillon d’Astronomie Vélan and explore the universe.
  • Visit the Jardin des oiseaux and observe more than 60 bird species, including the black-capped chickadee, the bluebird, the bohemian waxwing and the ruby-throated hummingbird.
  • End the day with a refreshing swim and a picnic at Lac Raynaud.

Downtown

Located in the Erik Guay Sports Complex, the pump track, modular track and skill course allow beginners to have fun safely and experts to practice new stuff.

Best Bets

  • Swim in the aquatic complex next door
  • The nearby P’tit Train du Nord
  • Stroll along the Rue de Saint-Jovite to complete your purchases of souvenirs or to have a snack

 

Area
Easy
Intermediate
Difficult
Access
Facilities
km
km
km
Resort
-
13.6
4.2
$ 8.70 (18 and +)
$ 4.35 (6-17)
Le Village
10
13.2
6.9
$ 8.70 (18 and +)
$ 4.35 (6-17)
Beginner Pump Track (5080, Montée Ryan)
Domaine Saint-Bernard
12.7
3.6
1.2
Add $5 to the Resort and Village fees
(17 and +)
Beginner Pump Track
Centre-ville
Beginer to intermediate-level Pump Track, Modular Track and Skill course (635, rue Cadieux)

Starting points

  • Tourist Welcome Office: 5080, Montée Ryan
  • Tremblant Resort: 1000, chemin des Voyageurs
  • Le Village: Parc Curé-Deslauriers: 1919, chemin du Village
  • Domaine Saint-Bernard: 539, chemin Saint-Bernard

Rental centers

  • Tremblant Resort (mountain and electric bikes): 1000, chemin des Voyageurs
  • Bicycles Quilicot: 2505, rue de l’Aulnaie
  • Cybercycle: 1908, chemin du Village

Ticket offices

  • Tourist Welcome Office: 5080, Montée Ryan
  • Tremblant Resort: Chalet des Voyageurs
  • Bicycles Quilicot: 2505, rue de l’Aulnaie
  • Cybercycle: 1908, chemin du Village
  • Domaine Saint-Bernard (paiement en argent comptant seulement): 539, chemin Saint-Bernard
  • Âme du sport: 504, rue de Saint-Jovite

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