Good news! The P’tite Crisse trail has been open since September 5th.

The track definitely keeps its character! It will challenge the climb and will offer a more accessible descent. The terrain was well exploited to bypass the two important humid zones and offer more technical sections for experienced cyclists. You will find rock caps, narrower bridges and steep climbs.

Come and try the climb without putting your foot on the ground!

Vélo Mont-Tremblant expands its network!

A beginner level trail will emerge in September. The trail Les Pins Est will be extended along the road montée Ryan to join the pump track in the Labyrinthe trail. This new section will offer a complete beginner level loop from the Tourist Office. The whole family will enjoy it!

Vélo Mont-Tremblant has a vision of diversity and want to develop a network of trail that favors the progress of the cyclist. The learning zone “Emi”-quilibre, composed of different modules to develop its technical skills, allows users to learn the sport. And then, they can apply the new skills in the beginner and intermediate trails. After that, mountain bikers can evolve to more technical paths, such as la Gorge or Geai Bleu.

Join the kid’s ride on Monday nights ! »

We add some fun this summer to mountain bike group rides with after-rides in local bars or special activities!

Check out the calendar HERE »

Vélo Québec is proud to announce the 8th edition of the Quebec Trails Day on Saturday, June 3, 2017, focusing on the protection and responsible maintenance of mountain bike trails in partnership with the Fédération québécoise des sports cyclistes .

Vélo Mont-Tremblant took the opportunity to organize its first cleaning event of the season on the Boneyard Trail. The main objective is to finalize the work that was started last fall.

Contribute to the development of the network by registering before June 2! »»


Calling all mountain biking enthusiasts!

Our annual General Assembly will be held at the Mont-Tremblant Town Hall (council room) on April 21, starting at 7 pm. We will briefly be going over last season’s highlights before presenting to those in attendance all the new things in store for season 2017.

It’s the perfect time to come talk with us and ask us any questions you might have!

If you want to be more actively involved, we also have several elected positions on our Board of Directors. You could help us by contributing to trail development, user experience or lend a hand with administration.

Each candidate must prepare a brief speech explaining their motivations! Elections will be held by vote during the General Assembly.

Season 2017 passes will be drawn amongst the participants!

I will be there!