On your own or in the company of a guide, snowshoeing is a classic way to discover the sublime snowy landscapes of the Mont-Tremblant region. Depending on your skill level, your motivation and your physical abilities, we will help you choose the winter trail best adapted for you and the adventures you seek.
A perfect snowshoeing destination is the Domaine Saint-Bernard. Explore the enchanting playground covering more than 25 square kilometers of pine forests, meadows, lakes and more. Traversed by the majestic Diable River, this territory is inhabited by many species of birds and fauna. You’ll certainly have the chance to tame small birds or our famous white-tailed deer.
|Duration||Self-guided : 3 hours | Guided : 2 hours|
|Difficulty||Easy to difficult|
|Included||Return transportation from your accommodation, snowshoes and trails access fee.|
You’ll fall in love with this snowshoe trail in the mountains that offers breathtaking views of Lake Tremblant and the Mont Tremblant mountain range beyond. The trail starts off a little steep and will require some physical effort, but the climb is really worth it. A must in the region!
|Duration||3 - 4 hours|
|Difficulty||Intermediate - Advanced|
|Included||Return transportation from your accommodation, snowshoes, local guide, and hot drink at the top.|
Treat yourself to an unforgettable day in the great outdoors by discovering the magnificent Mont-Tremblant National Park, the oldest and largest in the province of Quebec. Two magnificent views await you during this snowshoe trek in the heart of the Laurentian forest.
|Duration||5 - 6 hours|
|Difficulty||Easy to Intermediate|
|Distance||2 - 6 km|
|Included||Return transportation from your accommodation, snowshoes and national park access fee.|