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Activities near by

The vast natural territory of the Laurentians has highlighted its wide open spaces. Whether snowy, greeny or colorful in the blazing autumn, the outdoors is in the spotlight. National parks, wildlife reserves, regional parks, 9000 lakes and rivers, the Laurentians region has 22,000 square km (8000 square miles) of natural space.

The region is known for the beauty of its Nordic spas, its water parks, the quality of sport fishing, boating in all its forms and the diversity of its bike paths. Mountain bikers are also well catered for crossing from village to village, between and alongside valleys, mountains and beautiful waterways.

Mont-Tremblant

What to do around Bord Du Lac

Whatever the season, there are activities for all tastes and ages.

Winter activities

Alpine hiking / Skating / Fatbiking / Sliding on tubes / Ice climbing / Snowmobiling / Ice fishing / Snowshoeing / Carriage rides / Dune buggy tours / Day with man of the woods / Dogsled / Helicopter flights / Laser missions / Casino

Summer and fall activities

Horse riding / Golf / Go-karting / Sled / Boat rental / Watercraft / Fishing / Rafting & Sportyak / Hiking / Tennis / water sports: ski, board, surf and tube / climbing tower / Bike / canoe, kayak, paddle board / Zipline / motorized ultra-light flight

Labelle

What to do around Tarzan and Grand Duc

In the heart of Labelle, ideal for canoeing and kayaking, 23 km of calm water are found downstream from the Rouge River falls. We also take advantage of the waters upstream, where we can also practice rafting.

The beach at the Lac Caché campground, in the Mont-Tremblant park.
A route of 17 points of interest chosen for their architectural, historical and/or heritage character.
The P’tit Train du Nord linear park crosses the Laurentians from St-Jérôme to Mont-Laurier over 234 km. At km 107, at the Labelle station, it becomes paved up to Mont-Laurier.
On special reserved days. Consult the Hunting and Fishing Association.
The cross-country ski club offers 10 km of non-mechanically groomed trails.
The cross-country ski club maintains over 25 km of trails, ranging from beginner to expert, with heated shelters on the trails.
You can travel on more than 200 km of trails. 2-hour tours are offered from Labelle.
On this trail that crosses all of Canada, there are 53 km of the most spectacular hiking trails in Labelle.
The most authentic winter experience in Quebec. Let experienced mushers lead the team and the more adventurous will learn how to set up the dog team and drive their own sled.

St-Faustin-Lac-Carré

What to do around La Perle Des Montagnes

the Tree of Love) is a sculpture where you padlock your message of love.
a beautiful mountain with 44 runs, in the Village of Mont Blanc
is one of the most beautiful golf courses in Quebec. So close to chalet La Perle Des Montagnes, you can walk there.
is an elevated walkway through the forest and rising above the trees
is a 234 km multifunctional track that replaces the old railway line
has packages with the pack of dogs to offer in winter as well as in summer.

Sainte-Lucie-des-Laurentides

What to do around Familia, Lima, Hilda and Rosa

L’Interval, outdoor base:

Winter:

Hiking / Snowshoeing / Cross-country skiing / Off-trail cross-country / Skating / Tubing.

Summer:

Beach and swimming / Boating / Volley-ball.

Mont Kaaikop

Second highest peak in the Laurentians, it is 40 km of trails that can be done on foot, on cross-country skis or telemark and on snowshoes.