national du Mont-Tremblant, located just a few hours from
Montreal in the Laurentians, is the ideal playground for a fall
getaway! This park, a huge territory stretching through forests and
hills, with countless lakes and six rivers running through, is a
well-known outdoor paradise. And when it’s dressed up in fall
foliage, it never fails to enchant! Whether you visit with family or
with your sweetheart, for the first time or for the umpteenth time,
treat yourself to an invigorating activity in nature in a dazzling
is undoubtedly one of the park's most popular activities. Many
visitors go to tackle the trails, which are suitable for both
contemplative beginners and seasoned hikers in search of something a
little more adventurous. Even long-distance hikers will find
something for them: the network of trails stretches over 82 km and
includes ten relays. What's more, the hiking trails are accessible
for most of the year, from mid-May until the first snowfall.
Visitors sold on via
ferrata will be amazed at the Diable trail at Parc national du
Mont-Tremblant. Four different routes are available for different
levels of experience (beginner, intermediate or advanced). There is
also the via ferrata at sunset option, which gives the activity a
very special dimension. Allow between 3.5 and 6 hours, depending on
the route you choose, and note that the minimum age for the
beginners' route is now 11.
To go for the full immersion in nature, why
not book one of the camping
or ready-to-camp options available on site? Take in the
majesty of the mountains in their red, orange and yellow hues, and
enjoy the calm and serenity of sleeping in the forest and take
advantage before winter cold arrives. There are plenty of campsites
in the park, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs.
Camping is available until around mid-October.