BASE DE PLEIN AIR L'interval - Hiking


Laurentides, Quebec


Difficulty Easy
Distance 31 KM




This holiday center in the heart of a valley faces Mount Kaaïkop. Peaking at 830 m altitude, it is the third highest peak in the Laurentians. The trail runs through the panoramic view of almost 360 degrees around. We can see Black Mountain, Mont Tremblant and, on clear days, Montreal. The Tower Lake along Lake Legault and offers many perspectives on it.


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Access fee $ 0.00
Monday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
46.224087 -74.205608

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Rating and comments

Joanna Fields
Joanna Fields
This is a beautiful location. We were there for a trail running event. I only saw the trails and I guess what they would call the main chalet (ie. For the bathrooms) From what I could tell, they have very nice facilities, gorgeous outdoor area and access to some amazing trails. It looks like lots of outdoor activities as well like kayaking. Definitely a place to visit or stay.
Ronald J. Johnson
Ronald J. Johnson
Beautiful fall colour hike, steep climb but great view!
Anna Lopez
Anna Lopez
Belle base de plein air ! Beau Lac ! On décroche entouré de cette belle nature.
Carolin Murphy
Carolin Murphy
Beautiful place
Angela King
Angela King
Great outdoor setting by a lake and nice trails

Starting Point


Discover the Laurentians

The Laurentians are a region of Quebec, which stretches on the north shore of the Saint Laurent River, justa few miles from Montreal. One would not be how to define it: a natural paradise,  a gastronomic destination, a cultural and entertainment center for everyone... here there is everything you desire!

Tourism is indeed the most important activity in the region because of the many activities  to do,which  will satisfy  you whatever the holidays of your dreams. In winter the mostpopular urbanarea is  Tremblant,  a ski area with 102 slopes spread between  the four slopes of the mountain of the same name.

Another aspect for which the area is so well known is surely  its wilderness. From the Laurentian Mountains, to green forests, or even lakes: all this is a beautiful picture that you don't see easy everyday! In the region there are    various  national parks where you can enjoy the full arin all seasons, such as that of Mont Tremblant or that of the  P'tit Train du Nord, which is very special since itis a long multifunctional trail thatcan be covered byveloor cross-country skiing.

If you are on a family holiday you must definitely visit the Santa Village,which every year in December offers many activities all dedicated to children: magic shows, water slides, farm animals...

Finally,as far as gastronomy is concerned, lovers of good productswilldiscoverthe Route du Terroir, a long marked road of226km  located in the Lower Laurentians and Argenteuil, through which one can discover  the culinarydelights   of the region.