Mont Tremblant Centre de Ski
The 10th most popular cross country ski area in Quebec.
Monday 1 August 2016 03:50 GMT
Northwest of Montreal and north of Saint Jovite, the Centre de ski de Fond du Mont Tremblant has 70km of groomed cross-country ski trails. There are about 49km of trails groomed for skate skiing. The trails make their way through 25 square kilometres of strikingly varied terrain, through woods and forests and open meadows, alongside lakes, streams and especially the Devil's river, sometimes flat, often undulating, up and down hills, winding around and ascending and descending softened peaks. Vantage points on mountain tops offer panoramic vistas of a winter wonderland of breathtaking scenic beauty.
To reach the Mont Tremblant Centre de Ski from Montreal, head north on Highway 15. At the end of the highway, continue north on Route 117 to Exit #119. Head east for 3km to the rotary. Turn right heading south on Route 327 (Rue La Belle) for 0.5km. Turn left heading east on Chemin St Bernard for 3.5km to the Mont Tremblant Centre de Ski.
Overall, Mont Tremblant Centre de Ski is the 10th most popular cross country ski area of all 35 Nordic ski destinations in Quebec. Several of the better cross country ski trails are nearby Mont Tremblant Centre de Ski including Diable Sector and La Pimbina Sector.