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Oldest and largest of them all, Mont-Tremblant National Park is one of the richest natural beauties of Quebec. Home to 400 lakes and streams, it is definitely a paradise for all who love aquatic sports. Needless to say, this destination is a must see for the nature lover seeking new adventures.
150 km from montreal
2 hours 15 min
Stops in Mont-Tremblant National Park (SEPAQ)
Lake Monroe Visitor Centre
The visitor centre and convenience store offers information about the park as well as boat and bike rentals, sales of ice, firewood and worms, showers, coin laundry as well as first-aid station.
Pickup Locations In Montreal
Tourist Information Centre
The bus will pick you up right outside Montreal Tourist Information Center at 1255 Rue Peel (Peel Street). The closest metro station is "Peel" located just 200m away. Please come to info centre 30 minutes before bus departure.