Tremblant is a destination of choice for many cyclists. Whether you’re looking for performance, to get in shape or simply for pleasure, the various trails and roads around the mountain will satisfy all types of cyclists, regardless of the season. Let yourself be charmed by the breathtaking landscapes of the region during your next ride on two wheels! You don’t own a bike, or you don’t have yours with you? No problem, you can rent one during your next visit at our rental shop located in the Chalet des Voyageurs.
Starring from Place des Voyageurs, cyclists of all levels have access to the La Villageoise-de-Mont-Tremblant multipurpose trail. This loop of nearly 12 kilometres connects the Resort to the Village sector (Mercier Lake) along the Diable River. The ideal route to do with the family anytime of the year. In summer, it is even possible to cool off in the river at several places on the path, and you can also bike on it in winter on a fatbike.
Le P’tit Train du Nord linear park also passes through the region and is accessible from the Village sector by the multipurpose trail starting from the resort. This bike path is in fact the longest in Canada (230 km), it goes from the town of Saintt-Jérôme all the way to Mont-Laurier. Its superb route runs alongside rivers and lakes and is accessible to all thanks to its low gradient and its multiple service points.
Fancy a little challenge? The many roads in the region will satisfy your desires. With sporting events like the IRONMAN, the roads around the resort have a significant slope and are therefore a prime training ground for several athletes. See here the road bike circuit map for your next outing.
For mountain bikers, the free network the city of Mont-Tremblant offers quality trails for all levels. Enduro and cross-country type trails, you will find a great variety of trails with features such as modules, technical elements, wooden bridges, riverbanks, and viewpoints.
The Domaine Saint-Bernard network, which is annexed to the city’s trails and near Tremblant, is perfect for mountain biking as well as for hybrid biking with its dirt or rock dust paths. With its rather cross-country type trails, it is a great place for a family outing, regardless of the season.
Who said that biking is only for summer? Fat biking is a solution for those looking to practise this two-wheeled sport year-round! With nearly 60 kilometres of groomed trails on the network around the mountain (Domaine Saint-Bernard and Mont-Tremblant trail network), fat biking is growing in popularity every year. This winter, come and discover these single-track and two-lane trails shared with cross-country skiing.