Les Laurentides (The Laurentians) Hiking Trails is a 19.3 mile loop trail located near Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from April until October.
Only did two thirds of the trail - not that hard if you're fit.
Very well marked trails. Decent views. Super busy on weekends though. Worth driving the extra few hours to the aderondacks or vermont if going to tremblant for hiking.
Grand-Brûlé belle piste de 5.8 km. Beau paysage, cap rocheux, belle végétation, racines, rochers...un peu de tout! Superbe piste! Définitivement à refaire!!
Le Centenaire - in Parc National du Mont-Tremblant.
Part of the Sentier National(National trail) - heard alot about it. Good challenge because of the steep ascent to the top of La vache noire mountain. Excellent views on top. Trail under renovation when I went in late June 2011. There is a 3km road section if you want it to be a loop - too bad! Was a very hot Monday, took me 5 hours for 9km. Rated difficult by the Park - I agree totally.