Outdoor Adventure in the Laurentians:
Cycling, Kayaking Riding and More!

Summer activities are never in short supply in the Laurentian mountains! Take a wilderness hike in the thick Laurentian forest, a morning horseback ride along a riverside trail, or bicycle along our famous linear park. Whatever you choose, you will be surrounded by some of the most inspiring natural beauty in all of the Laurentians. Deer, raccoons, otters and moose are all common to the Laurentian area, as well as many attractive species of birds including eagles. The Laurentian mountains have a high concentration of maple, spruce and yellow birch making this not just scenic - but also maple syrup country!

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Laurentian Hiking

Hiking

Hike to the top of Mont Blanc - the second highest peak in the Laurentian's - with a glorious summer view of the region. Take in the scenery and at the same time why not enjoy a picnic lunch (summer temperatures are high - bring your shorts), and don't forget your camera too!
(at Mont Blanc)

Mont Tremblant Parc

Mont Tremblant Park

Mont Tremblant Provincial Park protects 1492 square kilometers of Quebec's beautiful Laurentian mountains.. With over one hundred lakes, six rivers and countless mountains the park offers endless opportunities to do some nature observation, or for a little adventure.
(30 minutes away)

Omega Wilderness Parc

Omega Wilderness Park

See wild and exotic animals roaming free from the comfort of your car. "Like a trip through an enchanted forest" (Montreal Gazette) Parc Omega is a very special family outing and the Laurentian's only wildlife park. Open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
(60 minutes away)

Laurentian Nature Education

Educational Nature Center

Along a country road from Mont Blanc is the 'Forest Educational Tourist Center' - a nature preserve where you and your family can enjoy - and learn about - the Laurentian's natural wildlife, plants, animals, and geology. Enjoy kayaking or canoeing, learn about the natural environment or take an astronomy lesson!
(20 minutes away)

Linear Parc

Linear Park

Stretching from Saint-Jêrome to Mont Laurier, and built over the old train tracks, Le P'tit Train du Nord is the longest linear park in Canada. Pedal along 200 km (120 miles) of the ever changing scenery of mountains, valleys, lakes and rivers - take a picnic or visit some of the villages along the way.
(5 minutes away)

Laurentians Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding

From beginners to experienced riders, horseback riding is fun for everyone. From early morning, one and two hour guided trails, pony rides and horseback riding lessons are available throughout the summer.
(10 minutes away)

Go-Karting

Via ferrata du Diable

Discover a unique mountain experience on a walking and climbing course built onto the face of one of the regionís most spectacular cliff faces. Lead by a professional guide you will cross a series of beams, footpaths and suspended bridges to the 200m summit. No climbing experience in necessary, all required safety equipment is provided
(20 minutes away)

Canoeing/kayaking

Canoeing / Kayaking

Paddle gently down either the Diable or the Rouge rivers, stop for a snack and a swim, and observe ducks, beavers and the beautiful Laurentian landscape. At the end of the trip a shuttle bus will bring you back to the departure point.
(30 minutes away)