Ziplining in Mont Tremblant, Laurentian Mountains, Quebec Canada

Base Elevation:
230 meters (750 feet)
Top Elevation:
875 meters (2871 feet)
Mont-Tremblant is one the most well-known ski resorts in the Laurentian Mountains of Quebec, Canada, at 130 km/80 mi of Montreal. This area attracts a lot of people every year from all over the world. Mont-Tremblant offers to its visitors fun and a variety of summer and winter activities. Visiting Mont-Tremblant, you realize that it's a complete and out of common location.

The mountain has a base elevation of 230 meters (750 feet), a top elevation of 875 m (2871 ft) and a skiable surface of 2.53 km²/0.98 mi². If you decide to spend your time in Mont-Tremblant, it is strongly recommended to try ziplining.

So, get ready to perform one of the most adventurous and challenging forest activities of Mont-Tremblant. This area will surprise you with many zip-lines, strung 25 to 60 ft/7.62 to 18.28 m high in the trees, ropes, nets and different types of bridges. Here you will also have the opportunity to enjoy your activity at night, which is definitely worth trying.

You have to know that in order to exercise this sport, you have to be at least 13 years old, under 113 kg/249 lb weight and up to 4 ft/1.4 m high.

Best season is from November to April. After a thrilling day, you can spend your time in one of the most impressive cafes, restaurants and accommodations that you easily find nearby.