The climb was easy, but fun!
as well as several other hikes in the park. Including a snoshoe hike up "La Vache Noire" in winter
This was a hike that brought us to a maximum altitude of only 2871 feet, but it was still a fun and interesting experience. It was beautifully clear, sunny day... quite warm and mild for November... and served as a way to try and resolve the anti-climax of our failed Kyes Peak (Washington) attempt a few months earlier.
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Rode the gondola up and hiked along the ridge for a mile or so, tagging a couple unknown highpoints along the way.
I had a succesful first ice climb which was great no problems and lots of fun but I didnt make it to the summit because of too much ice and snow on the trails I personally had no ice axe and crampons.
Climbed when there was no ski there...
That was a very pleasant walk. One cool thing with Mont Tremblant is that there is a lot of dragonflies at the summit. The view is great, too.
Lots of people in the village, but you have to know the area to find some beautiful trails to t he summit of Mont Tremblant that are quiet and peaceful.
I've done the Johanssen trail quite a few times since the summer 0f 2004 in summer and winter with my AT setup. a great way to go down.
The views from the summit is really nice!
Foggy day, not much to see... way too many people.
This hill sucks from top to bottom. Somehow it is conisdered a mountain..at best it is a bump.
Long time ago. Fun day. Been up many times on the ski lift but they don't count. Haven't been back since the renovations to the area creating a Disney land effect, except to the bottom of the hill. It is the highest in the area but because of the skiing it has ceased to be a mountain in my mind.
There are still may areas to hike up and around it though that are not as spoiled. Still a nice place to be in the winter certainly better than the city.
A nice short (3 hrs.) hike. I missed the ski season by a week and a half so I walked up instead of rideing the lifts. There was still snow pretty much from top to bottom, with only a few bare spots on flat sections. I did not have crampons or snowshoes so it was a little tough getting up, also the cloud cellling was at around 700m so once I was in it I could only see about 30 yards, the clouds make it seem like you are climbing forever, they also blocked the view from the top which is said to be pretty impressive. I was able to "ski" down by slidding on my boots using my hiking ploes for support, at one point I slipped, fell, and glissaded for about 75 yards. It was fun, if only I had an ice ax to stop my self.