Diable Sector Cross Country Skiing

Northwest of Montreal and northeast of Saint Jovite, the Diable Sector of Mont Tremblant National Park has groomed cross country ski tracks. Within the Mont Tremblant National Park, there are two main staging areas, known as the Diable sector and the La Pimbina sector, which provide access to 136km of groomed trails and numerous backcountry cabins.

The Diable sector is located about 10km from the northside base area of Mont Tremblant ski area. It has 53km of groomed trails divided into 10 trails of varying levels of difficulty. The Poisson Trail is the most popular of the difficult trails. The Bois Franc Trail is the most popular moderate level trail. In addition, there are 112km of ungroomed backcountry trails accessible from this sector, and 8 wood-heated huts.

To reach the Diable Sector nordic center from Montreal, head north on Highway 15. At the end of Highway 15, continue north on Route 117 to Exit #107. From the exit, head east and immediately turn right. You will continue northeast on various roads following the signs for 23km to the park entrance. The nordic center is another 10.5km past the entrance on the main road.

Mont Tremblant National  Park (QC/CAN)

Mont Tremblant National Park (QC/CAN)

Mont Tremblant National  Park (QC/CAN)

Mont Tremblant National Park (QC/CAN)

Diable Sector Cross Country Skiing Map

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Local Contact(s):  Parc du Mont-Tremblant (819) 688-2281; Quebec Visitors Bureau (514) 873-2015; Road Conditions (514) 873-4121; Ski de Fond Quebec (514) 252-3089.

Recommended Book:  "Basic Cross-Country Skiing" from J Scott McGee

Best Season:  Dec. - Mar.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Local Website:  click herehttp://www.sepaq.com/

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Date Updated:  8/14/2016

Diable Sector Cross Country Skiing Map

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