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Bicycling / Cycling in Mont Tremblant National Park, Mont Tremblant, Quebec Canada

Circuits:
7
Mont-Tremblant National Park is a provincial park that covers 1510 m²/16254 ft², located north of Mont Tremblant, Quebec and the villages of Saint-Donat and Saint-Come. It is the second largest Park in Quebec after Kuururjuaq National Park. This park is well know for its natural beauty offering plenty of rest, fun and adventure to visitors.

Mont-Tremblant is an ideal place for those who want to feel as much adventure as they can by trying different extreme sports and also for those who just want to keep fit. Undoubtedly, cycling in Mont-Tremblant park is the best activity to try, as you can cycle quietly on the biking trails enjoying the forest landscape.

This place can immerse you in the stunning views that are provided by 7 circuits and can cover up to 62 km/38 mi of trails. In case you don’t have your own bicycle, bicycle rentals are available by hour, half day or full day. The appropriate season to exercise cycling is from May and until the first snowfalls.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Quebec City
375 km, 233 miles, 3 hours 50 minutes.
Follow the Autoroute 40 O.
BY CAR FROM Montreal
145 km, 90 miles, 1 hour 39 minutes.
Follow the Autoroute 15 N.
BY CAR FROM Ottawa
164 km, 101,90 miles, 2 hours 3 minutes.
Follow the Autoroute 50 E and QC_332 N.
BY AIR
Montreal-PierreElliott Trudeau International Airport.,
147 km ( 91,34 miles )

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