There is something for everyone!

The Domaine Saint Bernard organises many different events annually. The family picnic day, the concert under the stars or the festival of shooting stars. Furthermore, the Domaine is also the host of many important events, including sporting events as well as fund raisers such as The Relay for Life or the walk under the stars for Palliacco.



Trails, trails and trails...

The Domaine is definitely one of the most enjoyed destinations of the Laurentians for hiking enthusiasts! Over 30 km of trails, open all year round, offering great hiking experiences in the heart of nature. Whether for short or long hikes, including mountain hikes on Mounts Onontio and Saint-Bernard, our trails are well marked and designed to accommodate hikers of all levels. Enjoy the view of Rivière du Diable and stop for a picnic break at the Herman-Deshaies relay shelter! Discover the beauty of the Laurentians through many lookout spots.

Dogs are not allowed to ensure security for our visitors and to maintain site neatness and disposition.

View actual trail conditions and maps

View summer trail map of the Domaine Saint-Bernard


Raynaud Lake

One of the most beautiful beaches in Mont-Tremblant! Come and enjoy the warmth of summer while swimming and having a picnic on this beautiful beach in the heart of nature! Picnic tables, volleyball area, playground facilities and canoe and kayak rentals.

Beach supervision every day throughout the summer from 10AM to 6PM, june 24 to september 3.

In addition, the beach will be open on Saturday (September 7) 10AM to 6PM and Sunday (September 8) from 10AM to 4PM.


Raynaud Lake

The beautiful Raynaud Lake is perfect for a little escapade! Canoes as well as kayaks are available for rental at the cost of $10/hour. Only our boats are allowed on the lake. No reservations can be made.

Rentals every day throughout summer from 10AM to 4PM.

June 24 to September 2


For all levels

For outdoor enthusiasts, biking trails range from easy, intermediate and difficult levels. Over 15 km of trails are shared by hikers and bikers and allow you to link to a vast network!

. For younger children, the Pumptrack course with its fun obstacles is perfect for those new to mountain biking and for bike handling training!

Biking is forbidden inside the Domaine Saint-Bernard during winter.

View actual trail conditions and maps

View summer trail map of the Domaine Saint-Bernard


The outdoor gym!

A 2km trail around Raynaud lake with 10 exercise stations including three levels of intensity. Stairs, balance beams, interval climbs and more! Also check out our challenge course with zip line for kids!

The Wheeler fitness trail is accessible until there’s snow on the ground.


For intense sensations!

Kids love the Zip line! Designed for them, it is fun and safe. The Zip line and playsets are right by the beach. What a wonderful way to make new friends!

The Zip line is not in function in the winter.


For bird lovers

Several birdhouses provide accommodation for a wide variety of birds. Blue jays and pileated woodpeckers are commonly seen, as well as numerous chickadees that are used to snacking from the hands of visitors during the winter!

In addition, a bird garden is maintained with a variety of trees and shrubs representing great potential for avian fauna sustainability. A project created thanks to the sixty volunteers who have devoted their time and energy. We thank them all very much!

More recently, a section of the garden has been specially landscaped with medicinal plants, come learn how to recognize them!

See recently listed bird species

Club ornithologique des Hautes-Laurentides


Trails for everyone!

A superb network of over 80 km of cross-country ski trails (classic and skate), 27 km of snowshoe trails and 3 km of winter walking trails are accessible and maintained all winter. Two heated shelters and a rest area with fireplace are also available. Visit the Ski de Fond Mont-Tremblant website for more information on the network, services and rates. Tickets and trail maps are available at the reception of the Domaine Saint-Bernard.

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Plan 2018