Mont Tremblant Snowshoe Rental
Flexible Times & Dates
Snowshoe Mont Tremblant
Snowshoeing is a great way to get out on the snowy mountains, reconnect with nature, and get some exercise! Rent our top of the range equipment from snowshoes to poles and head out around the Tremblant Resort or hike one of the many other trails in the region. There are hikes for all levels and abilities in the 1,500 square kilometres of Mont-Tremblant National Park and the Domain Saint-Bernard nature reserve. Please don’t hesitate to ask one of our staff for some advice and the local’s favorite trails.
Get out and explore the mountains on your own!
High-quality equipment: Atlas snowshoes, poles, and microspikes
Rentals available for 24 hours or multiple days
Trails for beginners, intermediate, and advanced hikers
Not limited to Tremblant - many trails in the region
Trek through the tranquil, snowy Canadian wilderness
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Adult Snowshoes (11+ years): 29$
Child Snowshoes (10 years or less): 29$
- Adult Snowshoes (11+ years): 22$
- Child Snowshoes (10 years or less): 22$
Equipment pickup point
Up to you! From 24 hours to multiple days.
Equipment can be picked up on the day of the rental or after 16:00 the night before and they must be returned by 17:00.
Stuck on where to go?
Our staff can help you find the perfect trails for your fitness level and abilities. Ask on the day of the rental or have a look at our ‘Maps’ tab to see some local routes and trails.
High quality, top of the range Atlas snowshoes & extra rental gear
What to bring
As this is a winter activity, please bring warm clothes! Dress in layers, bring a small backpack with snacks, water, extra clothes, and suitable footwear (something that will cover your ankles).
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Good to know
- Rates do not include taxes or the mandatory resort royalty fee of 3% which may be subject to change without notice.
- Access to the trails is not included and varies from $3 to $10 per person depending on your choice of trail network.
We take Covid-19 seriously. We are committed to providing a safe environment for our guests and staff.
We actively follow the recommendations of the Quebec Ministry of Public Health and will continue to adapt.
We have put in place sanitary measures to be respected.
We follow the procedures for disinfection of the premises and our equipment.
- Any employee or guest who has symptoms of COVID-19 must stay home.
- Any employee or guest who has received a positive test result in the last 10 days or is awaiting a test result for COVID-19 must stay home.
- Please notify us if any of these situations apply to you or if you become infected with COVID-19 within 10 days of your visit.
- Thank you for your cooperation.
- Wearing a mask is mandatory in our Centre.
Our Tremblant rentals are top quality, constantly serviced and cleaned, and very competitively priced for the area. Whether you’re looking for places to snowshoe in Quebec, have always wanted to experience snowshoeing in Mont Tremblant, or are just looking for snowshoes to rent to explore the region on your own—you’ve come to the right place. Browse our options below.
Our Atlas Access 25 snowshoes are designed for mountain trail walking and feature a sturdy yet lightweight aluminum V frame. The V shape tracks straight in deep snow, and the tapered tail pulls less snow as you step forward, saving your energy. The bindings are easy to enter and exit while cradling the foot securely. Toe crampons and ridged side rails ensure superior all mountain traction.
Microspikes are chains with small spikes that are slipped over your footwear for added traction in icy conditions. The design of microspikes is much like that of chains placed over tires to enhance vehicle traction. The spikes themselves are about ¼ to ½ inch long, giving the wearer the ability to dig into icy surfaces and packed snow. Our staff will let you know what’s best depending on the trail conditions, weather, or the hike you are looking to do.
Arguably the best hiking poles available on the market, our selection of Atlas poles will help your balance, protect your knees (especially when walking downhill), improve posture, among other benefits. The poles have a lockjaw adjustment system, flexible tungsten tips, and an EVA foam grip; almost as good as having a hiking partner with you.
Overboots can be an important addition to your snowshoeing adventure if you did not bring your own boots. Overboots, also known as overshoes, are pulled over existing footwear so you can still wear your own shoes but with an extra layer of protection from the snow and cold temperatures.