This vast wildlife sanctuary has more than 400 lakes and rivers and is home to nearly 200 species of birds and animals, so is great for wildlife watching. Cross-country skiers, snowshoers, and snowmobilers enjoy the park's trails in winter and camping, fishing, canoeing and hiking are the popular summer activities. The park was once the home of the Algonquins, who called this area Manitonga Soutana, meaning "mountain of the spirits."
La Diable Vistors' Centre.
The park entrance closest to Mont-Tremblant is at the La Diable Vistors' Centre, just beyond the village of Lac-Supérieur and about a half-hour drive from the resort. 3824 chemin du Lac Supérieur, Lac Superiéur, J0T 1P0. 819/688–2281 visitor center; 800/665–6527 Sépaq (government national park agency). www.sepaq.com/pq/mot.
Mont-Tremblant, Québec, Canada