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The 4 best paddle board spots near Mont-Tremblant

Les 4 meilleurs spots de paddle board près de Mont-Tremblant - Quebec SUP

The 4 Best Paddle Board Spots near Mont-Tremblant.

The Mont-Tremblant region, with its magnificent landscapes and numerous lakes, is a prime destination for paddle board enthusiasts. Whether you are a beginner or experienced, you will find a variety of perfect spots to practice this sport.


Here are some of the best spots to discover to fully enjoy this water activity in the region.

1. Lac Tremblant

This is the most obvious option, being the largest lake in the region. Seduced by its crystal-clear waters surrounded by majestic mountains and lush forests. Parking areas are available, but paid in high season. It is also best to go in the morning, when it is the calmest.


Photo credit: https://www.villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca

2. Lac Raynaud

This smaller lake offers a peaceful atmosphere and is ideal for those looking for a more intimate paddle experience. You can usually rent paddle boards from some nearby resorts or outfitters with magnificent views of the surrounding mountains.


Photo credit: https://tremblantexpress.com

3. Lac Monroe


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4. Rivière du Diable

Accessible via the main entrance of Mont-Tremblant National Park, with several launch points around the lake, Lac Monroe is another beautiful spot for paddle boarding. The park offers facilities such as picnic areas, hiking trails, and camping areas, allowing you to extend the adventure after a paddle board session.


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For a more adventurous paddle board experience, you can explore the Rivière du Diable. It offers faster waters and a spectacular natural environment. There are several public access points, including near bridges and picnic areas along the river.


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Before heading out for paddle boarding, always make sure to check local regulations, weather conditions, and have all the necessary equipment to ensure your safety.

Have fun on the water!

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