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Mont-Tremblant, Quebec

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Mont-Tremblant: Laurentians Treetop Observatory and Walk

1. Mont-Tremblant: Laurentians Treetop Observatory and Walk

The Treetop walk is a new and truly unique way to take in scenic views from above the trees. You will start the walk along a path that winds through the forest and up to the treetops. The nearly one-kilometre path leads to the observation tower that rises 40 m (equivalent to a 12-storey building) above the forest to offer a stunning bird’s eye view of the Laurentian forests and mountains. The walk ways and main tower, with a maximum slope of 6 degrees, are completely accessible to strollers and wheelchairs. From the top, you’ll have a breathtaking view of the rolling hills typical of the Laurentian mountain range, and landmarks such as Mont-Tremblant. The total distance including the tower walk is 2.7 km round trip and takes about 2 hours. The activity takes place at a former fish hatchery with lovely grounds and a heritage building that includes a restaurant.

Mont Tremblant: 3-Hour Zip Line Experience

2. Mont Tremblant: 3-Hour Zip Line Experience

Soar high above the trees on an aerial adventure as you zipline from the top of Mont Tremblant on an exhilarating course featuring 5 heart-pounding lines. Admire incredible views of Quebec's mountain scenery as you fly through the canopy.  Head to the village of Mont-Tremblant to meet your guide. Listen to a safety briefing and get strapped into your harness. Board a gondola that will carry you to the top of the mountain. Take in panoramic views of the Laurentian Mountains from the cable car.  Get insight into this incredible landscape, as your guide tells you about its ecology and sustainability along the way. Reach the summit and embark on a zip line course spanning a total length of 2.5 miles.  Zip across 5 thrillingly-long lines and feel the rush of the wind whistling past your face. Enjoy an unparalleled views of the ridges and valleys below. On your longest ride, soak up the amazing views as you soar for a jaw-dropping 3,500 feet.  Journey all the way back to the village by zip line, where you can make the transition back to solid ground with your heart still pounding.

Mont Tremblant: Helicopter Tour with Optional Stopover

3. Mont Tremblant: Helicopter Tour with Optional Stopover

Soar above Mont Tremblant on this private helicopter tour with 10-, 20-, and 30-minute options, including an optional stopover in the mountains. Available year-round, this trip will take you over Mont Tremblant, Lake Tremblant, the Tremblant Motor Racing Circuit, Rouge River Valley, and more. After a quick safety briefing, you’ll hop on board a helicopter and meet your licensed pilot. Your pilot is from a team that has been entrusted with aerial work, forest inventory, topographical surveys, transportation of external loads, patrols, and more. Then, take-off: fly over the forest of red pines, heading to the Diable River and the Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort Village. The 10-minute flight covers 30 km, the 20-minute covers 60 km, and the 30-minute covers 90 km. If choosing the 30-minute flight with a stopover, you’ll also get to enjoy a 30-minute stop on a virgin mountain. There, you can admire Lake Tremblant and the Rouge River Valley while enjoying complimentary refreshments. On the route back, you’ll pass Lake Tremblant and St. Jovite Village. With this helicopter experience, you’ll be flying with a fully licensed and registered helicopter company, operating Robinson R44s. These helicopters are reliable, fast, and comfortable. Specifications include a cruising speed of 180 km/h, flight autonomy of 3 hours, panoramic and curved windows, headsets for all passengers, an audio system (mp3 socket), and a navigation system (GPS).

Mont-Tremblant: Guided Scenic Lake Cruise

4. Mont-Tremblant: Guided Scenic Lake Cruise

On this scenic cruise, explore the expansive, 7.5 mile-long Mont-Tremblant Lake. Let time come to a halt as you float along the peaceful waters and take in the mountain views. Along the way, learn about Mont-Tremblant's history and local folklore. Begin your tour at the wharf of Lac Tremblant. Once you've met your guide and found your seats for the cruise, settle in for a series of scenic views. Located in the heart of the Mont-Tremblant Resort, soak up the stunning views of sparkling water and lush foliage. Continue your tour with historical information on the area from your guide. Learn about the "trembling mountain," as the Algonquins called Mont-Tremblant, and the local flora and fauna, including lake trout, bass, and pike. Make sure to snap some photos before concluding your tour back at the wharf.

Mont-Tremblant: Sleigh Ride w/ Storytelling & Hot Chocolate

5. Mont-Tremblant: Sleigh Ride w/ Storytelling & Hot Chocolate

A perfect evening activity to discover Mont-Tremblant's beautiful environment. The ride starts along fields and continues through the forest. Our storyteller or musician will entertain you and your family with legends of Tremblant and Québécois folk songs. Enjoy a warm cup of hot chocolate.

Mont Tremblant: ATV Side by Side Guided 4x4 Tour

6. Mont Tremblant: ATV Side by Side Guided 4x4 Tour

This guided tour will take you through the winding boreal forest off-road trails, located at the junction of several off-road trail networks. Our guides are O.R.V. certified, ensuring a safe and exciting experience. Dune Buggies, also known as side-by-sides, are perfect for the whole family. Equipped with 3-point seatbelts and a roll cage for added safety, you can sit back and enjoy the ride on the popular Club Iroquois trails that run along the northern edge of the National Park. With plenty of photo opportunities and scenic views as you wind through the mountains and pine forests, these tours are not to be missed. No experience is necessary, so even if you are new to off-roading, you can join in on the fun. Only up to 2 participants will be able to share the driving, and there is only one stop to exchange driver and passenger. So in a vehicle with 3 to 4 participants, only 2 will be able to drive.

Montreal: Guided Skiing or Snowboarding in Quebec Forests

7. Montreal: Guided Skiing or Snowboarding in Quebec Forests

Dive into a winter adventure in Quebec with a skiing or snowboarding excursion from Montreal, including ski or snowboard equipment, lessons for all levels, a day pass tailored to your experience, and all the necessary accessories to capture your moments on the slopes. Meet in the heart of Montreal at the Lionel-Groulx metro station, and head toward the snowy landscapes of Mont-Tremblant for experienced skiers, or Saint-Bruno or Mont Sutton for beginners. Discover the magic of winter in these iconic Quebec locations on a half-day or full-day experience. Get assistance in selecting and using your ski equipment, ensuring comfort and safety. Enjoy a chairlift ride offering a majestic view of the snow-covered mountains, a great way for beginners to familiarize themselves with this winter wonderland.

Mont-Tremblant: Half-Day White Water Rafting

8. Mont-Tremblant: Half-Day White Water Rafting

Looking for an exhilarating adventure to do this summer? Look no further than our Rouge River Rafting 1/2 Day trip! Our expert guides will lead you through the best stretches of the river based on current water levels, ensuring a thrilling and unforgettable experience for both veterans and novices alike. The calm pools after each rapid give you a chance to catch your breath and enjoy the scenery of the river and its sandy beaches. The descent also provides time for surfing the rafts, swimming, and floating in the current. Before starting our adventure, we provide a safety briefing and practice basic rafting maneuvers to ensure your safety and enjoyment. Our inflatable rafts accommodate between 6 and 9 people, so you can bring your family and friends along for the ride. Our professional guides will explain what to do and how to react before each rapid, as we aim for a safe and thrilling experience. Our amenities at the rafting center, such as the bar, shower, pool, hot tub, volleyball court, and dining room, provide everything you need to rest and recharge from your adventure.

Mont-Tremblant: self guided flatwater canoe on Rouge River

9. Mont-Tremblant: self guided flatwater canoe on Rouge River

Discover the Mont-Tremblant region on this 12km easy self-guided canoeing or kayaking Rouge river trip (half day). There are several great swimming spots (most beaches are public land), and you can bring your lunch and have a picnic with your family and friends on the shore of the river. The Rouge river is calm and most parts are very shallow, therefore suitable for beginners. Our staff will provide you with the equipment, help you launch and give you some basic instructions. You will leave your car at the starting point of our rental centre. A shuttle will take you to the water and you will descend the river back to your car. Helpful hint! If you choose to canoe, it’s important to understand that canoes are designed for 2 people and have only 2 seats. It is possible to put 3 if one is a child who will sit on the floor, but we do not recommend putting 4 in a canoe. Children under 10 years old probably won’t want to paddle the whole time, so they should go in a canoe with an adult or ride in a kayak that could be towed. The best configuration puts at least 1 adult per canoe, no more than 2 adults or 2 adults + 2 small children in a canoe (1 adult with 3 children won’t work in 1 canoe). Extra participants can take a kayak or paddleboard.

Montreal: Private Day Tour to Mont Tremblant

10. Montreal: Private Day Tour to Mont Tremblant

Take in the fresh air and stunning scenery of the Laurentian Mountains on this private day tour to Mont Tremblant.  Get picked up directly from your accommodation in Montreal and enjoy a 1.5-hour scenic drive through the Laurentian Mountains. Once you have reached Mont Tremblant you can do a light hike, take a gondola ride or take a stroll through the town and enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains, the choice is yours.  At the end of the day, your driver will take you back to your hotel where you will arrive between approximately 5.00 and 6.00 PM.

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4.6 / 5

based on 251 reviews

Our family had an amazing time dog sledding with Diable Adventures at Mont Tremblant! The staff was well prepared, very knowledgeable and professional, and was very accommodating with our group given that we had three young kids. The entire family had an awesome time and I'd highly recommend!

Incredible, lots of fun. An amazing experience, well organized and the team is so attentive and nice. Dogs pulling the sleigh are super cute A must to do if you are in Mont Tremblant

Everything was perfect! Alejandro was incredible! Very patient with me while teaching, also he tried to have us an amazing whole experiencia

The activity was excellent, everything was spectacular and Manuel is a good instructor that always be at your rythm. I recommend it so much.

We loved this off day from skiing as an activity - educational and fun at the same time!