Biking the Laurentians in Mont Tremblant
Stunning scenery that includes dense forests and sprawling lakes contribute to Mont Tremblant being a renowned biking destination. Experience steep mountain bike descents, or cycle one of the many road routes.
If you are travelling to Mont Tremblant in the warmer months, be sure to bring your bike or prepare to rent in the village. The local cycling enthusiasts have created a spectacular network of mountain bike trails, as well as a collection of great road biking itineraries to choose from.
Biking in Mont Tremblant has become increasingly popular due to the varied routes and stunning landscape. Mont Tremblant is home to a vast network of biking trails, for both road cyclists and mountain biking enthusiasts.
Le P’tit Train Du Nord Trail
This flat, and very popular, 200km bike path was built along an old railway line that runs through the beautiful Laurentians. The scenery along this path is stunning, so be sure to bring your camera. You’ll cruise past serene lakes, meandering rivers, rolling hills and beautiful mountains.
Between the 1930s and 1960s, the train brought tourists to the Laurentians for summer and winter vacations. This bike path benefits from the businesses that are located along the old railway line. Stores, restaurants, pubs and more can be found along this bike trail! Many of the old train stations now house restaurants, tourist information centres and rest stops.
When starting your bike journey in Labelle, you can choose to bike along a beautiful, paved path north to Riviere Rouge and follow the peaceful, meandering river. Or, you may choose to bike south to Mont Tremblant. Either way, you won’t be disappointed.
The train station in Labelle is about a 10km drive from Blueberry Lake. You can join the trail here and choose to head north or south.
Local cycling organization Velo Mont-Tremblant, have created a 50km trail network within the Laurentian mountains that range from easy going to difficult, very difficult and technical.
The village of Mont Tremblant is the hub spot to access the network of multi-use trails. These trails can be used for mountain biking, or fat biking in the winter. Many of these biking trails will take bikers to Mont Tremblant Alpine Resort, or to Domaine St-Bernard.
View the full network of trails here.
In the Laurentians, both challenging climbs to test your limits and scenic long-distance rides are available. The Laurentians are particularly marvellous in the fall, when trees turn shades of red, orange and yellow.
You can cycle your way from Mont Tremblant to Labelle and Le Conception, or over to Lac Francais. Not only do the different species of trees make for stunning scenery, but the abundance of lakes in the area provide amazing views.
The routes are incredibly varied, with some only being a few kilometres long, to others spanning over 80km.
New to the area, and not familiar with any of the routes? Check out a Mont Tremblant road cycling map here.
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