Fees: Free Level: Moderate Parking: Dedicated area on gravel road Facilities: No
This is a 10.5 km in and out hike located in Mont Tremblant. The elevation gain is 398 meters and the trail is moderate. The drive from Montreal is about an 2 hours and the trail is accessible via an entrance at the end of Ch. Thomas Robert.
The trail will has a steady incline all the way to the top with only with a few steep portion. There’s a few good view points along the way but the real deal is when you reach the summit and you have the view on Mont-Tremblant and Tremblant Lake.
There’s plenty of room at the top to enjoy lunch or just sit back and enjoy the scenery. The views are gorgeous and you have quite a few picture opportunities has the summit points in a few directions.
The trail seems to be a bit unknown and I went on a beautiful sunny Sunday and only met a few people on the trail. There were about a dozen people at the summit but with the space available there was plenty of room for everyone.
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