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Parc national du Mont-Tremblant

Parc national du Mont-Tremblant

Lac-des-Dix-Milles, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec
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Le parc national du Mont-Tremblant est un parc national d’une superficie de 1 510,10 kilomètres situé au nord de Mont-Tremblant, Saint-Donat et de Saint-Côme dans les régions des Laurentides et de Lanaudière. C’est le deuxième plus vaste parc national au Québec après le parc national de Kuururjuaq, et du plus ancien parc national (provincial ou fédéral) situé au Québec.

Crédit Photo Photographie de Wikimedia Commons, utilisée en vertu d'une licence 3.0 non-adaptée de paternité-partage des conditions initiales à l'identique (Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Paysage_lac_Monroe.jpg

Crédit Texte Description adaptée à partir du contenu publié sur Wikipédia utilisé en vertu d'une licence de paternité-partage des conditions initiales à l'identique (Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License).

FIL DE NOUVELLES
  • Fun All year round
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ logz/ aoû 30, 2016

    Skiing, Snowboarding, hiking, biking, running, etc. you name it, and you can do it at Mont-Tremblant! It is a blast!

  • Explore150 photoSpot Instantané/ ETONO/ jan 21, 2016
  • Beautiful Skiing
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ MadeleineSBD18/ aoû 25, 2015

    Skiing up Mont Tremblant was amazing! As the ski lift carried us higher up the mountain you could see as the trees themselves were coated in ice and they just glistened in the sunshine!
    Skiing in these mountains was just breathtaking!
    We also visited the small town of Saint Donat where we bought a whole lot of maple syrup!

  • Heritage
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ jnasir/ fév 5, 2015 Heritage

    Taken in the iconic village in Mont-Tremblant National Park. I have taken the shot from a very low angle, looking down on the winding stairs to symbolize all that we have accomplished, and at the same time looking up to the skies and tall trees to show how much more we have yet to do. All the while it is at the eye level of the people coming up the stairs to suggest how familiar and obtainable our goals of unity are. A very balanced and symmetrical composition to demonstrate continuity of our heritage.

  • Toit-des Laurentides
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ cassandrat/ fév 1, 2015 Toit-des Laurentides

    After an exhausting hike of 6 hours, up and down many mountains, you arrive at the top of the Mount Johansen at 595 meters. This 14 km hike brings you to the summit of the path Toit-des Laurentides to enjoy a breathtaking view of rolling mountains as far as the eye can see. To add to this beautiful landscape the clouds overhead cast shadows on the mountains and everything below appears minuscule. This striking view gives the hikers a sense of accomplishment and fulfillment once at the top. Because of the high altitude it is considerably cooler at the peak, refreshing you from the long hike. This said you cannot stay very long without getting a bit cold. The Toit-des laurentides hike is absolutely amazing and satisfies any nature enthusiast, all while exploring Canada from a different angle.

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FIL DE NOUVELLES
  • Fun All year round
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ logz/ aoû 30, 2016

    Skiing, Snowboarding, hiking, biking, running, etc. you name it, and you can do it at Mont-Tremblant! It is a blast!

  • Explore150 photoSpot Instantané/ ETONO/ jan 21, 2016
  • Beautiful Skiing
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ MadeleineSBD18/ aoû 25, 2015

    Skiing up Mont Tremblant was amazing! As the ski lift carried us higher up the mountain you could see as the trees themselves were coated in ice and they just glistened in the sunshine!
    Skiing in these mountains was just breathtaking!
    We also visited the small town of Saint Donat where we bought a whole lot of maple syrup!

  • Heritage
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ jnasir/ fév 5, 2015 Heritage

    Taken in the iconic village in Mont-Tremblant National Park. I have taken the shot from a very low angle, looking down on the winding stairs to symbolize all that we have accomplished, and at the same time looking up to the skies and tall trees to show how much more we have yet to do. All the while it is at the eye level of the people coming up the stairs to suggest how familiar and obtainable our goals of unity are. A very balanced and symmetrical composition to demonstrate continuity of our heritage.

  • Toit-des Laurentides
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ cassandrat/ fév 1, 2015 Toit-des Laurentides

    After an exhausting hike of 6 hours, up and down many mountains, you arrive at the top of the Mount Johansen at 595 meters. This 14 km hike brings you to the summit of the path Toit-des Laurentides to enjoy a breathtaking view of rolling mountains as far as the eye can see. To add to this beautiful landscape the clouds overhead cast shadows on the mountains and everything below appears minuscule. This striking view gives the hikers a sense of accomplishment and fulfillment once at the top. Because of the high altitude it is considerably cooler at the peak, refreshing you from the long hike. This said you cannot stay very long without getting a bit cold. The Toit-des laurentides hike is absolutely amazing and satisfies any nature enthusiast, all while exploring Canada from a different angle.

Le parc national du Mont-Tremblant est un parc national d’une superficie de 1 510,10 kilomètres situé au nord de Mont-Tremblant, Saint-Donat et de Saint-Côme dans les régions des Laurentides et de Lanaudière. C’est le deuxième plus vaste parc national au Québec après le parc national de Kuururjuaq, et du plus ancien parc national (provincial ou fédéral) situé au Québec.

Lac-des-Dix-Milles, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec
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Photo: Photographie de Wikimedia Commons, utilisée en vertu d'une licence 3.0 non-adaptée de paternité-partage des conditions initiales à l'identique (Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Paysage_lac_Monroe.jpg