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For those who want to visit the region on cycling roads, Tourisme Mont-Tremblant in collaboration with Vélo Québec are suggesting 4 “coup de coeur” circuits:
This circuit is perfect for road bike beginners, who can ride it for 28 km. Starting at Parc du Voyageur, riders will discover different areas of the City of Mont-Tremblant (Downtown, the Village and Tremblant Resort).
This circuit is for experienced cyclists and starts near Lac Mercier in Mont-Tremblant. You will visit the picturesque villages of La Conception, Brébeuf, Huberdeau, Arundel and Barkmere, in addition to riding alongside rivers and admiring the Prud’homme Bridge, one of the few covered bridges still standing in Québec.
This tour begins at Place de la Gare, a building that has been restored to its original condition, which is now a venue showcasing local art. Several artists are on hand to exhibit their works throughout the year. Enjoy the rest of your journey on the P’tit Train du Nord linear park, which leads to the Rouge River.
This circuit begins in the heart of Mont-Tremblant, at Parc du Voyageur, and continues into Parc National du Mont-Tremblant, the largest and oldest in the Sépaq network. On this route, you will ride on one of the most coveted sections of the popular IRONMAN Mont-Tremblant race: chemin Duplessis.
Mont-Tremblant offers you a network of 27 km of paved cycle tracks: the Villageoise brings you from the Village to the resort through the forest and along the beautiful Diable river and the legendary P’tit Train du Nord.
With its festive terraces, its warm bistros and its tables that are among the best in the Laurentians, downtown is a quintessential gathering place in the Mont-Tremblant region. Actually, the Parc du Voyageurs is the starting point of most of the bike circuits and is directly located next to the paved bicycle trail of the P’tit Train du Nord. You will find parking, toilets and other services.
Get on your bike with friends or with the family and discover the beautiful bike path P’tit Train du Nord that follows the shores of the lake Mercier and allows you to easily reach the downtown area on a 14.9 km paved surface. There is also La Villageoise, a 11.6 km paved trail that leads through the forest along the magnificent Rivière du Diable to the Tremblant Resort.
|Chalet des voyageurs
1000, chemin des Voyageurs
Centre d'activités Mont-Tremblant
118, chemin Kandahar
1908, chemin du Village
2245, chemin du Village
1944, chemin du Village
2505, rue de l'Aulnaie
|Centre de services du lac Monroe
3824, chemin du Lac-Supérieur, Lac-Supérieur
From May to September
Every Tuesday and Saturday: supervised rides for club members and guests.