Mont-Tremblant National Park is the oldest and largest national park in the province of Québec and you can explore it with your guide on this five- to six-hour snowshoe excursion. This trek in the heart of the snow-covered Laurentian forest will reward you with two particularly panoramic views along the way, with peaceful stretches of forest between them.
When you arrive to the start of the hike, your guide will help you put your snowshoes on if you have never used them before. As well as waterproof and insulated winter boots, and a hat and insulated gloves, we recommend wearing plenty of warm layers and bringing a small rucksack to put any layers in should you get too hot. It is also a good idea to bring water and a snack, such as a granola bar or a bag of nuts.