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Stroll amidst the treetops.
Explore the mysteries of native plant and animal species.
Make your way across a net a dizzying 40 m off the ground, in complete safety.
Soak in the breathtaking Laurentian scenery for as far as the eye can see.
The Sentier des cimes Laurentides is a new, unique ecotourism destination in Eastern Canada for families, seniors and nature lovers alike, nestled in the heart of the Laurentian forest, on the heritage site of the old fish farm in Saint-Faustin. The elevated path and gigantic wooden structure blend in perfectly with their surroundings, for a unique nature experience.
The Sentier des cimes Laurentides is strategically located near Mont-Tremblant, about 150 km from both Montréal and Ottawa, on the Route des Belles-Histoires and bordering the Parc linéaire le P’tit Train du Nord.
Over a kilometre long, the treetop walk is punctuated with interpretation panels and fun games.
The path culminates with the main tower rising 40 m high and offering a stunning bird’s eye view of the Laurentian forest and mountains.
The footbridge and main tower are designed to be barrier-free, with a maximum slope of 6%, making them easily accessible to strollers and wheelchairs.
The round-trip can be completed in less than an hour.
Chez Émile Restaurant offers a varied seasonal menu of fresh, healthy and local ingredients.
Enjoy quick and tasty meals in the quaint setting of the old Saint-Faustin fish farm, which happens to be a heritage building.
If you’re feeling so inclined, you can also dine on the patio next to the almost century-old ponds.
• Can I bring my dog?
• Is the footbridge wheelchair accessible?
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