Winter Activities in our Ready-to-Camp Park

Winter at Les Refuges Perchés in the Laurentians is a playground for hikers and nature lovers! Our ready-to-camp accommodation offers you a wide range of activities in and around our park, close to Mont-Tremblant.

Inside Les Refuges Perchés eco-park


Throw on those snowshoes and hit our awesome trails! You’ll uncover a whole new world—track animals, spot beaver spots, and soak up the stunning winter wonderland. With 36 km of trails, get ready for some serious nature time.

Cross-Country Skiing

Strap on your skis and cruise along our sweet 19.7 km cross-country trails. Whether you’re a beginner or a more experienced cross-country skier, discover nature at your own pace.

Walk beside a frozen lake

Take a stroll on the 1 km boardwalk over the crystal-clear lake, checking out awesome views of the wetlands. Winter exploration? You bet!

While having a blast, remember to Leave No Trace. We’re all about keeping it green and preserving this awesome place for the future. Let’s enjoy the winter buzz while being kind to nature.

Winter Activities Near Mont-Tremblant

Les Refuges Perchés is located in the heart of the Laurentians, just a few kilometers from Mont-Tremblant, where outdoor activities are an everyday adventure. Here’s a list of the region’s most popular activities and attractions.

The Mont-Tremblant Activity Centre

The Activity Centre is the reservation centre for Mont-Tremblant outdoor activities since 1997. With the most comprehensive range of recreational activities in Quebec, they have something for everyone including many family activities and group activities.


Our region is definitely well known for the great sking Mont-Tremblant has to offer. You can also ski at Mont-Blanc which is 20 minutes from Les Refuges Perchés.


Don’t miss this uniquely Canadian experience. Go on a dogsledding adventure and drive your own team of dogs or enjoy it as a passenger. Several exciting excursions to choose from.


Experience Snowmobiling and the thrill of powered travel over snow. Discover boreal forest trails winding through the Upper Laurentians with a guided mountain snowmobiling tour.

Linear park ”Le P’tit Train du Nord”

The longest linear park in Canada is located right in the heart of the Laurentian region. Following the line of the old railway built in the early 20th century, “Le P’tit Train du Nord” Linear Park offers 230 kilometres of gravel and asphalt cycling trails running through incredibly beautiful landscapes, alongside rivers and lakes. It becomes a cross-country ski trail in the winter. You can access it in St-Faustin-Lac-Carré, 25 minutes from Les Refuges Perchés.

Mont-Tremblant resort

Mont-Tremblant offers you a complete resort experience with skiing, shopping, activities, entertainment, dining and mountain-shaking après-ski and nightlife.

Ready to get a new winter adventure in Mont-Tremblant? Start planning your adventure-packed stay now!