The Laurentians attractions

Top Choice Park in Parc National du Mont Tremblant

Parc National du Mont Tremblant

Opened more than a century ago, this wild, wooded national park covers more than 1500 sq km of gorgeous Laurentian lakes, rivers, hills and woods. You’ll find fantastic hiking and mountain-biking trails as well as c…
River in Val-David

Chemin de la Rivière

A pedestrian and cycling path runs alongside Chemin de la Rivière, which in turn hugs the Rivière du Nord and winds through much of town. The well-maintained green way offers lovely views onto the water, especially …
Village in Ville de Mont-Tremblant

Mont-Tremblant Village

The village of Mont-Tremblant (Secteur Village), some 4km southwest of the Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort, is spread along the shores of pretty Lac Mercier. You’ll find shops, cafes, B&Bs, restaurants and a pretty la…
Village in The Laurentians


This mountain village, located about 10km north of Val-David, has a prime location on Lac des Sables. By the beginning of the 1900s, it was a well-known spa town. Later, famous guests included Queen Elizabeth (who t…
Park in St-Faustin-Lac-Carré

Centre Touristique Éducatif des Laurentides

This verdant park is a marvelous protected area and a great place to learn about local flora and fauna. The extensive trail network includes some wheelchair-accessible sections, and there are canoe and kayak rentals…
Museum in St-Jérôme

Musée d’Art Contemporain des Laurentides

Less than an hour from Montréal, this contemporary-art museum has small but superb exhibitions of work by regional artists.
Village in The Laurentians


If you’re traveling in summer, stop for a meal at Ste-Adéle, about 13km southeast of Val-David. There are several interesting eateries across the street from Lac Rond.
Cathedral in St-Jérôme


This castle-like cathedral boasts stunning stained-glass windows and Venetian chandeliers.