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From Montreal: Mont-Tremblant National Park Hiking Day Trip

1. From Montreal: Mont-Tremblant National Park Hiking Day Trip

Embark on a full-day trip from Montreal to the beautiful Mont-Tremblant National Park. Spend the day hiking in the park and discover the abundance of local wildlife and scenic views. Arrive at the Metro Radisson in Montreal at 8:00 AM and be welcomed by your guide who will make sure you have everything you need for your day trip. Your guide will provide you with information about the region, its topography, and its history. Feel free to ask him questions before you depart. Upon your arrival at Mont-Tremblant National Park, choose your trail and begin your hike. Discover the lush nature, stunning landscapes, and breathtaking views that await you. Around noon, find the perfect spot for a picnic, relax and enjoy the calm and freshness of the forest surrounding you. In the afternoon you can choose to hike the trails that follow the river to reach the Chute-aux-rats, a perfect spot to freshen up and relax under the sun. Or, if you are a more energetic hiker, climb to the L'envol viewpoint or Le Geai Bleu. Return to your minibus at 5:00 PM and travel back to Montreal. You will arrive back at the Metro Radisson at 7:00 PM after enjoying a perfect day in Mont-Tremblant National Park.

Montréal: Electric Fat Tire Bike Ride on Mount Royal

2. Montréal: Electric Fat Tire Bike Ride on Mount Royal

Venture outdoors in the depths of winter and discover Montréal in all its splendor at a magical time of year. Don't be fooled; this is no time to stay indoors! Meet at the pre-arranged meeting point to head to Mount Royal by electric fat tire bike, designed to grip the challenging winter surfaces with ease. Benefit from the monster tires and powered wheels to make light work of the snow for first-timer bikers and seasoned cyclists alike. Like the Eiffel Tower and Empire State Building, Mount Royal can serve as a landmark to orient yourself in the city. Although in reality no more than a large hill in the heart of Montréal, Montréalers are proud of their "mountain." Immerse yourself in the beautiful nature and sense of space in the public park. Get wonderful views from the summit, where the lookout was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, famous for his work at New York's Central Park. Mont Royal doesn't let winter cramp its style. Its 190 hectares (470 acres) offer some of the city's most stunning skyline views from the top of its 3 peaks. The highest rises a modest 233 meters (764 feet) above sea level. Experience a sprawling playground perfect for cycling, and see Montréal from a different perspective.

Montreal: Private Day Tour to Mont Tremblant

3. Montreal: Private Day Tour to Mont Tremblant

Take in the fresh air and stunning scenery of the Laurentian Mountains on this private day tour to Mont Tremblant.  Get picked up directly from your accommodation in Montreal and enjoy a 1.5-hour scenic drive through the Laurentian Mountains. Once you have reached Mont Tremblant you can do a light hike, take a gondola ride or take a stroll through the town and enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains, the choice is yours.  At the end of the day, your driver will take you back to your hotel where you will arrive between approximately 5.00 and 6.00 PM.

From Montreal: Matawinie Van Trip With Lac Taureau Cruise

4. From Montreal: Matawinie Van Trip With Lac Taureau Cruise

Discover the striking nature surrounding Montreal on a day trip by van to Matawinie. Stop for panoramic views at several viewpoints en route, before hopping on a boat cruise on Lac Taureau. Hop off at Village Island for an excursion on shore and take in this breathtaking location with all your senses. Hop into your van in Montreal and head out of the city towards Saint-Michel-des-Saints. Shake your legs at the Montagne Coupée view point to marvel at breathtaking views of the Lanaudière region. Continue your ride to the either the Sept-Chutes Regional Park or the Monte-à-Peine-et-des-Dalles Regional Park to discover the nature and its beauty more closely. Then, carry on to Saint-Michel-des-Saints. Once at the village, enjoy some free time to explore its charming streets and for a spot of lunch in one of the local restaurants. Then, hop back into your van and be brought to your boat cruise for your lake adventure. Sit back and relax on your cruise, taking in the scenery from the water. Then, hop off at Village Island for an excursion immersed in nature, before heading back to your starting point in Montreal.

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I enjoyed everything, from the welcome in the morning until the return to the same in the evening. The guide-driver (Jean-François), in addition to his kindness and immense courtesy, he was very generous with his information on the Lanaudière region and the tourist site concerning the Mont-Tremblant National Park. The humor he introduced into each of his interventions relaxed the atmosphere and showed his great experience in human contact. Climbing the mountain called "the flight" was tiring, of course, but the reward that awaited us at the end of the journey was simply grandiose: a large belvedere allowing us to contemplate the region from a height of about ten meters. A breathtaking view!

Great day in Mont Tremblant National Park! The 2 hiking trails we did are accessible in terms of difficulty and the views of the park are breathtaking! We were also able to swim at the end of the day! Thanks to Sylvie our guide who was adorable. I highly recommend this excursion if you love nature and want to discover magnificent landscapes only 1:30 from Montreal.

Thanks to Jean François G, we had a great time in Mont Tremblant Park, it was an exceptional day. Jean François motivated us during this hike, explained a lot of things about the history of Quebec but also about the fauna and flora. It was an unforgettable experience with breathtaking landscapes.

My wife and I are French and we had a wonderful time rich in discoveries with a magnificent place thank you very much Jean-François you are an excellent guide an AS concerning the history of Canada and we hope to relive this moment once again: D we highly recommend this experience.

Jean François was an excellent guide and driver! He transmits his love for the Montreal region and shares many very crisp anecdotes! The walks in the park can be free, so you can vary the pleasures with magnificent landscapes and unspoiled nature.