A typical example of the Monteregian Hills natural region, Parc national du Mont-Saint-Bruno
has five lakes, an apple orchard with over 850 apple trees, a historic mill, and dozens of kilometres of trails that wind through leafy forests. Some 200 species of birds and around forty species of mammals share this little corner of paradise. Indeed, like the other Monteregian hills, Mont Saint-Bruno constitutes an important woodland habitat in the Greater Montréal urban area. In winter or summer, enjoy the pure, healthy air of this peaceful oasis only a few kilometres from the metropolitan area. Wintertime is perfect for sliding sports at Mount Saint-Bruno, which also welcomes visitors for hiking in a luxurious natural environment the rest of the year.