A true playground awaits you north of Montréal! Summer and winter, this holiday paradise is a destination with numerous ski hills, hundreds of miles of cross country ski trails and the numerous top-flight golf courses. Rafting on the Rivière Rouge, cruising on Lac Tremblant, relaxing at the winter spa or a day at the sugar shack, are just some of the most popular activities in the Laurentides region!
Indeed, cyclists are privileged here with the P'tit Train du Nord trail, Canada's longest linear park. This former train track now offers 200 km (125 mi.) of forest trails for hikers, cyclists, skiers and snowmobilers. The MONT TREMBLANT region combines the charming sectors of Saint-Jovite and Mont-Tremblant Village, and the surrounding municipalities. The Tremblant Resort with its lively pedestrian village, has been crowned #1 ski resort in eastern North America five times by Ski Magazine. In HUBERDEAU, a village located on the banks of the RIVIERE ROUGE, one of the main attractions is its famous calvary, whose construction was begun in 1892. This first calvary was made up of wooden crosses, but gave way to a magnificent bronze-metal calvary commissioned from Vaucouleur, France. In the village of SAINTE-FAUSTIN-LAC-CARRE, there are two attractions that will catch your attention: the Mont-Blanc, where in 1935 Guy Dufour built a wooden ski jump enabling him to host ski competitions over weekends, and the sugar bush Millette, where for over 100 years, four generations of the family Millette have perpetuated the tradition of a down-home product, maple syrup. Stop in ST. SAUVEUR-DES-MONTS and stroll the main street of this vibrant village, this is where the night skiers come for après action. In summer, the town hosts numerous festivals, including Festival des Arts.
The contagious joie de vivre will enchant you from the first moment you arrive!