Welcome to The Laurentians


Although sometimes criticized for being over-commercialized, Mont Tremblant offers outstanding skiing, rivaled only by Whistler in the whole of Canada. Speckling the Laurentians are many more lower-profile resort villages, whose miniature town centers deliver an air of the Alps, with breezy patios and exclusive, independent designer-clothing shops.

Expect higher prices and heavy crowds during high season, which includes the summer months and Christmas holidays. Check ahead for opening hours in winter.


Top experiences in The Laurentians

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The Laurentians activities

$132.87 Outdoor Activities

Dogsled Adventure in Mont-Tremblant

You will meet your driver at the departure point and take a shuttle to the kennel (5-40 min drive depending on availability) where you will meet your guides and dogs. As you prepare for your ride, your guides will give you a short safety briefing and some simple instructions on how to drive a team. Passengers and drivers can switch places during the excursion, but children will always be required to ride as passengers. Guides accompany you on all rides and will decide seating. Then you are off, mushing through the forest or over valley trails with spectacular views. You will spend approximately 1 hour on the trails, stopping along the way or at the end for hot chocolate. When you get back to the kennel you will have the opportunity to spend some time with the dogs and if its the right time of the season, you can even pet the puppies.

$119.87 Outdoor Activities

Guided Zipline Tour in Mont Tremblant

This 3-hour guided tour will consist of a series of distinct ziplines that will zip you down and across the famed Mont Tremblant Mountain, while providing the opportunity to take in some breathtaking views from various vantage points along the journey.Your adventure begins in the village, where you will start by checking in at the Adventure Centre (Sommet des Neiges building) to sign in, get harnessed, and meet your guide. A gondola will bring you to the summit, where you will take a short walk to the first zipline. With ziplines ranging from 665' (203 m) to 3500' (1067 m), you will travel the full extent of the mountain and enjoy remarkable scenery from various select vantage points. Some moderate trail walking is required in between ziplines and the tour finishes up at the Adventure Centre.Designed for virtually all ages, this amazing tour will offer you an incredible opportunity to experience Mont Tremblant in a whole new way.

$33.27 Outdoor Activities

Mont-Tremblant Ziplines and Tree Course Adventure with Guide

Your 2 hour session starts with signing in at the tree course located directly on Tremblant resort. You will then put on your harness and helmet and start with a safety briefing where you will learn how to navigate the zipline course and to use lanyards, snap-hooks and pulleys.The course has 4 sections with different levels of difficulty. The first two sections, the "Nansen" and the "Johannsen" are relatively easy, mainly consisting of ladders, monkey and timber bridges, beams with obstacles and sandwich nets, and will allow you to familiarize yourself with your equipment.Afterwards, you'll test your abilities on the "Le Diable" advanced level section, which has a fun mix of unusual ladders, monkey bridges with vines, log bridges, hoops and nets, zip-lines, and multi-platform bridges sometimes up to 10 meters high. The final section is the intermediate level "Le Géant", consists of slide on cables reaching a maximum height of 20 meters. Fly from one platform to another other through the surrounding forest. At any time participants can decide to skip a section if they don't feel confident and move to the easier ones.

$269.74 Air, Helicopter & Balloon Tours

Helicopter Tour Over Mont-Tremblant

Take off for a 20 minute tour aboard a Robinson R44 helicopter. As your well trained pilot guides you on this great experience, see the entry of the Mont-Tremblant National Park, the ski resort, lake Mercier, the Red River Valley, and the pedestrian village of Labelle, and the Iroquois Falls. Then fly over lake Tremblant before coming back over the golf courses for a smooth landing. You'll be provided with a headset and a seat next to a large window. Don't forget your camera! This tour operates all year long as the seasons can be seen from the air. For an extra cost, a shuttle service is available to and from the Mont-Tremblant pedestrian village.

$71.27 Walking & Biking Tours

Mont-Tremblant Evening Winter Electric Bike Tour

As soon as the sun sets, head into the forest in e-fatbike to discover enchanting trails and ride the undulating trails along the Diable River. Halfway through, when night falls, we’ll get to explore nature with our headlamps. The perfect activity to end a day in the great outdoors, try it with friends, as a couple or with family. A unique experience in Mont-Tremblant! Your adventure includes a headlamp so that halfway through when night falls, exploring nature will be no problem. As you wind your way through tall trees and along the river front, you will see a new side to Mont-Tremblant that only a evening ride through the forest can provide. Electric bicycles are true bicycles that are both comfortable and fun to ride. The battery of the electric bike sends its power to the motor to amplify the movement of the pedals helping to ease you along comfortably as you ride.

$60.45 Tours & Sightseeing

Mont-Tremblant National Park Guided Tour

D-Tour gives you access to Mont-Tremblant National Park, the largest and oldest park in the Quebec network, Sépaq.  Six large rivers, four hundred lakes and streams, eighty-two kilometers of hiking trails and forty species of mammals, come and explore this charming neck of the woods. This guided tour allows you to admire the most coveted natural attractions of the Mont-Tremblant National Park: Lake Monroe, the Crooked waterfalls, the Diable waterfalls and more! This complete tour is designed to explore the largest park in the province of Quebec and also escape for a few hours to get a good dose of nature.