Cross Country Skiing in Mont Tremblant, Laurentian mountains, Quebec Canada

Annual snowfall:
395 cm (156 in)
Base elevation and top elevation:
230 m (750 ft) and 875 m (2871 ft)
High speed chairlifts:
Magic carpets:
Mont-Tremblant is a well-know tourist destination in Laurentian Mountains of Quebec, Canada. It is an area, which attracts a lot of people every year from all over the world. Mont-Tremblant is busy in summer and winter season, as it can offer to its visitors a wide range of activities.

The mountain has a base elevation of 230 m (750 ft), a top elevation of 875 m (2871 ft) and a skiable area of  2.53 km²/0.98 mi². For those who visit Mont-Tremblant in winter season, it is highly recommended to perform cross county skiing.

Practice your favorite sport in Domaine Staint-Bernard park, which is protected by 600 ha/6 km² of trails. The 65 km/40 mi of trails are mechanically tracked, 50 km/31 mi of trails are for skating style and the other 13 km/8 mi are dedicated for snowshoeing.

The park is about 10 minutes by driving from the Mont-Tremblant resort. Also, bear in mind that in order to exercise this activity, you must make reservation 2 days before the starting day. Arriving in Mont-Tremblant, you find rental and repair shops, guided tours and kids clubs of daily care.

The appropriate season for cross country skiing is from December to March. You can spend your time in one of the most impressive cafes, restaurants and accommodations that you easily find nearby.