2020: Celebration of the 125th anniversary of National Park Mont-Tremblant . With 6 rivers and 400 lakes and streams, the Parc national du Mont-Tremblant is a rowerʼs paradise! A rich amalgamation of Québecʼs natural and historical heritage, itʼs the largest and oldest park in the Sépaq network (Société des établissements de plein air du Québec). The wildness and vastness of the land is reflected in the 40 mammal species that call the park home, including wolves. The diable section offer from The welcoming center "pavillon de la decouverte" : The Via Ferrata du Diable, an activity that combines elements of hiking and climbing, provides an opportunity to discover the parkʼs mountains in a totally unique way, canoeing the Diable River, a large choice of hiking trails and many lodging options from camping to nature chalet rentals .