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Parc national du Mont-Tremblant - Beach 

De la Diable entrance: 3824, chemin du Lac Supérieur, De la Pimbina entrance: 2954, Route 125 Nord, L'Assomption entrance: 5555, chemin du Parc and La Cachée entrance 1002, rue du Lac Caché
Lac-Supérieur (Qc), Canada
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The parc national du Mont-Tremblant invites you to enjoy its two superb unsupervised beaches at Lake Monroe and Lake Provost, true paradise for swimmers. Some of the park's 400 lakes offer sandy shorelines and a wide range of water sports: canoeing, kayaking, paddle surfing, and more. Photo credit: Parc national du Mont-Tremblant, Sépaq

De la Diable entrance: 3824, chemin du Lac Supérieur, De la Pimbina entrance: 2954, Route 125 Nord, L'Assomption entrance: 5555, chemin du Parc and La Cachée entrance 1002, rue du Lac Caché
Lac-Supérieur (Qc), Canada
J0T 1P0

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