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Laurentian Mountains: Our most recommended tours and activities

Laurentian Mountains: Guided Snowmobile Experience

1. Laurentian Mountains: Guided Snowmobile Experience

Take a snowmobiling guided tour in the Laurentian mountains and explore the beautiful winter landscape. Enjoy one of the best snowmobiling regions in North America with its excellent snowfall and varying terrain, perfect for beginners and more experienced snowmobile riders. Discover the snowmobiling paradise Saint Agathe-des-Monts, the birthplace of the first snowmobile club in the world in 1964. Begin your tour by getting kitted out in your winter weather clothing and equipment. Listen to a short briefing about conduct and a safety summary. Hop on the snowmobiles and follow your guide to the federated snowmobile trails. Admire the wild landscapes of the boreal forest and gaze at a snowy white carpet covering the trails. Take pictures and with a little luck, see some deer grazing. Ride around with your certified guide and hear about the mountains and the history of the area. Share this memorable experience with friends and loved ones before heading back to base.

Tyroparc: Mega Ziplines and Hiking in the Laurentians

2. Tyroparc: Mega Ziplines and Hiking in the Laurentians

Fly 100 meters above the Mont Catherine forest on 4 different ziplines with this adventurous activity. Trek through woodland and enjoy scenic views then zip from one mountain to the other. Start with a 1.3 km hike along the white trails of Mont Catherine forest. Reach your destination and take the time to warm up next to a cozy fire in a tipi. Next, enjoy a series of mega zip lines which are the longest and highest in the Laurentian mountains. Safely strap in and feel like your favorite action figure as you take off, flying through the air to the other side. Admire the stunning views from above and feel an adrenaline rush as you speed past the forest beneath you.

Montreal: Private Day Tour to Mont Tremblant

3. Montreal: Private Day Tour to Mont Tremblant

Take in the fresh air and stunning scenery of the Laurentian Mountains on this private day tour to Mont Tremblant.  Get picked up directly from your accommodation in Montreal and enjoy a 1.5-hour scenic drive through the Laurentian Mountains. Once you have reached Mont Tremblant you can do a light hike, take a gondola ride or take a stroll through the town and enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains, the choice is yours.  At the end of the day, your driver will take you back to your hotel where you will arrive between approximately 5.00 and 6.00 PM.

Tyroparc: Via Ferrata Guided Tour and Zipline Combo Ticket

4. Tyroparc: Via Ferrata Guided Tour and Zipline Combo Ticket

Spend some time in the outdoor adventure center of Tyroparc in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts with a combined ticket. Join a Via Ferrata tour and hike through the Laurentian Mountains. Ascend a rock wall and take 2 mega ziplines down the mountain with a guide. Start the tour with a 450-meter hike from the chalet to the foot of the cliffs of the Cap Beauséjour. Receive safety instructions and an introduction to Via Ferrata from a certified guide at the cliffs. Begin the ascent of the rock wall, over 300 meters long and 60 meters high. Climb steps and cross various bridges to reach the top of the cliff. Admire beautiful views of the Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts. Next, start a short hike to the first zipline, the highest and longest on the tour, at 115 meters above the ground. Put on your helmet and harness and cross the 900-meter- long line to the other side of the mountain. Get hooked up to the next line for your second flight of the tour. Zip through the air over a distance of 650 meters, getting back to the foot of the cliffs of the Cap Beauséjour to end the tour.

Mont-Tremblant: Laurentians Treetop Observatory & Walk

5. Mont-Tremblant: Laurentians Treetop Observatory & Walk

The Treetop walk is a new and truly unique way to take in scenic views from above the trees. You will start the walk along a path that winds through the forest and up to the treetops. The nearly one-kilometre path leads to the observation tower that rises 40 m (equivalent to a 12-storey building) above the forest to offer a stunning bird’s eye view of the Laurentian forests and mountains. The walk ways and main tower, with a maximum slope of 6 degrees, are completely accessible to strollers and wheelchairs. From the top, you’ll have a breathtaking view of the rolling hills typical of the Laurentian mountain range, and landmarks such as Mont-Tremblant. The total distance including the tower walk is 2.7 km round trip and takes about 2 hours. The activity takes place at a former fish hatchery with lovely grounds and a heritage building that includes a restaurant.

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What people are saying about Laurentian Mountains

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 265 reviews

A wonderful day trip. Again, Chris was very patient and pleasant throughout the tour. Highly recommend him for this and other tours originating from Montreal.

Mont Tremblant is a very beautiful village. So many activities that suits everybody. And our tour guide Andrea is the sweetest yet very professional

Was a great day with a great guide, Chris. Due to the corona virus, almost everything was actually closed, but we still saw and experienced a lot.