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Experience the exhilaration of being pulled by a team dogs racing across the snow on a 1-hour dog-sledding adventure from Mont-Tremblant. At the halfway point, take in the amazing winter scenery and sip hot chocolate with your guides. Learn to drive the sled or take in the excitement as a passenger before heading back to the kennel to visit the dogs and maybe even meet new pups.
A cozy winter sleigh ride through the forests surrounding Mont Tremblant is a popular choice for families. After climbing aboard the sleigh pulled by Percheron horses, take in sweeping natural views that most visitors to the area never see. Your guide tells stories, plays traditional folk songs, and provides hot chocolate for you to sip from beneath warm blankets.
In the company of a guide, snowshoeing is a classic way to discover the sublime snowy landscapes of the Mont-Tremblant region. Depending on your skill level, your motivation and your physical abilities, we will help you choose the winter trail best adapted for you and the adventures you seek.
Enjoy an intrepid way to discover Quebec’s wintery scenery when you book a guided snowmobile excursion from Mont-Tremblant. Depending on the transit option you select, make your own way to the snowmobile center or take a convenient shuttle from the Tremblant Activity Centre. Upon arrival, suit up, get acquainted with your vehicle, and set off with your guide. Hit the trails and immerse yourself in the region’s beautiful nature; routes will be customized based on your group’s experience levels.
Take a sled ride with a professional musher pulled by a team of 6 to 8 dogs through the snow covered forest and the Red River Valley. During the tour your professional guide will share with you information on the history of the sport, nutrition for the dogs and some interesting facts on the flora and fauna of Quebec.
Participants will also have a chance to drive the sled in the company of their guide.
• Arrive at Bel Air Tremblant clubhouse 30 minutes before your scheduled activity.
• 20 minute safety briefing
• Spend time with the dogs
• Head out on the trail !