[alert type=white ]La Cachée trail will be under construction until June 30. The old section is now closed. Thank you for respecting this temporary closure.[/alert]

We are very pleased to be working in collaboration with the city of Mont-Tremblant and Plein Air Mont-Tremblant to develop a new, 2 km section of the La Cachée trail.

Following the sale of a piece of land to build a property, the three organisations worked closely together to ensure the trail was rerouted so that riders would continue to have access to our great network of trails.

We would like to thank all those who were involved and made sure that our trails were also their priority, thus ensuring that locals, vacationers and tourists can enjoy this fantastic playground for years to come. It is their contribution that made it all possible.

Three pump tracks will be built this summer around Mont-Tremblant’s Complexe aquatique, near the Curé-Mercure high school in St-Jovite. With each track offering a different skill level, this new activity will be accessible to riders of all ages. These infrastructures are a way to get residents and tourists alike moving, developing new skills and test their limits.

For more information, read the article in the Tremblant Express