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Mont Tremblant XC Ski trails

Average Rating:    (4.2 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 5

Many different trails to choose from. All kinds of terrain, from rolling paved paths, to hilly technical singletrack full of babyhead rocks, roots and off camber turns. Watch out for families, hikers and rollerbladers when you're on the pavement. Watch out for endos when you're off it.
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Latitude
46.198844376182535
Longitude
-74.69879150390625
Trail Directions
At the bottom of the ski hill, follow the paved multi-use trail in either direction. If you're not sure, ask at any of the information booths, or at the bike rental places. Maps are also available (see website below). Follow the blue signs for any of the xc ski trails. They are named things like the Lynx, the Jackrabbit, L'ecureiul (squirrel), etc.
Trail Length
miles and miles
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
City/County
Mont Tremblant Village
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Reviews 1 - 5 (5 Reviews Total)

Review Date
February 14, 2017

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 3 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Eric ,  Weekend Warrior

Summary:
There is a lot of different type of trail. DH, XC, North shore...A lot of work have been done in the past two year and the trails are great.
Follow the link below for more details.

http://www.velomonttremblant.com



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Review Date
March 18, 2013

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 3 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Maestro ,  Weekend Warrior

Summary:
For the past 3 years, the local bike club have made nice improvement on the trail network and on the map. Now it's very easy to go around and have a lot of fun. There is some technical climb, but the way down are worth it. Everything from tight tech singletrack to long downhill with burms and jumps. The scenery is also pretty nice. And wen the day is done, go for a beer a the pub La Diable for home made beer. It's a most do in the laurentians.

Recommended Route:
15 North, and follow the signs to the information center. Trail head is there.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Chanteclerc, Val-David, Stainte-Adèle



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Review Date
July 14, 2010

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 3 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: mountaingen ,  Weekend Warrior

Summary:
First, there is a bunch of ways to enter the trails. I started from the info center at the roundabout, which was perfect. The trails are not very well indicated, both in terms of difficulties and directions. However, with some map skills you can figure it out pretty well. I rode part of the jackrabbit, A2, A15 and followed the river. There is some long uphills but you are rewarded by some sweet downhill. Overall, a nice place that should be much more fun when they come out with the new map (summer 2010), and figure out their issues with Domaine St Bernard, which will ask you for another $3 just to go around their lake.

Recommended Route:
Take Hwy 15 North from Montreal, which turns into 117. Take exit Chemin Ryan which is about 10 minutes north of St-Jovite. Make a right at the light and go all the way to the roundabout. The info center is on the right side. Park there and ask for a map of the trails if they are open.



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Review Date
September 8, 2003

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 4 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: Klein_Rider ,  Cross Country Rider

Summary:
2003 Update for those who have not been, and are debating. They stopped all downhill, and most of the trails are gravel/paved. There are a few singletrack trails that are nice, but are very poorly marked. The information center has a map, which is good for toilet paper if you are lost in the woods. Your best bet is to find a local rider, and ask where the trails start. I rank it poorly because it is very easy to get lost.

Other notable items, if you are heading there, park at the information center, not Tremblant's parking lot. There are no fees to pay there, and none are required to ride the trails. Also be ready to climb hills, there are a ton there!



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Review Date
September 3, 2002

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: Smytty , from Kingston, ON

Summary:
The main paved path is pretty boring, and has lots of walkers, roller bladers and families on bikes, so be careful. However, follow it to any of the singletrack trails, and you're in for some fun. They're generally pretty well marked by the little animal signs, but there are a few places where they don't lead to any real trail that I could find. (out onto the fairway of the golf course, for example.) Remember that they're primarily ski trails, so they're not always all there during the summer. The trails that I did find were excellent. Lots of technical roots, rocks, off-camber turns, etc, with some tricky climbs and descents and the odd smooth flat section for a bit of a break. Overall, pretty technical, and not for beginners who are just out for a ride in the woods. (I had to tighten my headset a couple of times, since it was taking a beating.) Some of the trails are kind of short, but you can hook them together in whatever combination you want.

Recommended Route:
Go to the botton of the Ski hill, check at the bike rental shop at the bottom of the village across from the parking lot, and go from there. Trail maps are available.



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