Mont Condor - Mont Condor

Mont Condor - Hiking

Laurentides, Quebec, Canada

Mont Condor Statistics




2 KM


470 meters

Elevation gain

125 meters

Dog allowed

What are the activities at Mont Condor ?


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Why choose a trail at Mont Condor?

Feel like doing a physical activity in the open air? Enjoy the nature and beauty of the village of Val-David Val-Morin. You will find the wooded hill of Mont Condor. Only 80 kilometers north of Montreal, Mont Condor attracts by its sublime greenery, its attractions and the exceptional view it offers on the entire Laurentian region. Ideal for hiking.

Mount Condor has a rich and diverse flora. In autumn and summer, the leaves of the trees take on orange and red colors. During your hike, you will have access to breathtaking views of the various peaks of Mount Condor, such as King and Mc Master. It is possible to have a small picnic on the edge of the surrounding lakes.

For hikers with families or children, it is advisable to head for the trails with markers. These devices will indicate the route of a safe path, without crevasses or rocks that could collapse. This marked trail is over 60 kilometers long. Dogs on a leash are allowed as long as they pick up after themselves.

Between two routes, take a break in the small chalets and tree houses. Alternatively, you can find some nice spots to camp in peace and quiet.

In addition to hiking, you can enjoy a variety of outdoor sports: there are bicycle paths, golf courses, horseback riding...

With a difference in altitude of 125 m, Mount Condor has a hiking trail of 2.3 km. This trail is dedicated to intermediate hikers.

What are the services on site?

Picnic table
Interpretation Center

What are the hiking trails at Mont Condor ?

Trails Distance Difficulty
Mont Condor 2.3 km Intermediate

Rate & open hour

Access fee $ 8.00

8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (until 7 p.m. - variable in summer)


What are the coordinates and address of Mont Condor?

Parc Régional Val-David - Val-Morin
(819) 322-2834
1175 Rue de la Sapinière, Val-David, QC J0T 2N0, Canada

Customer Reviews

3 out of 5 stars

Based on 11 reviews

Recent reviews

James Kirby

3 out of 5 stars

Another beautifull

Dennis Wallace

3 out of 5 stars

Enjoy the nature

Valerie Barrett

4 out of 5 stars

Very good place.

Robby Janda

3 out of 5 stars

Just beastly =)

Starting Point

Trails via West Condor

Mount Condor is divided into two main sections: East Condor and West Condor. They are part of the Val-David Val-Morin regional park and are open all year long. You can start your tour with easy loops, without big climbs. Therefore, start with Mont Condor-Ouest. The round trip distance is 4.2 km, which can be done in two hours at a normal walking pace. If necessary, get a map of the area. You can start from the Anne-Piché parking lot, through trail D. Once you reach the parking lot, turn onto trail C to see the famous ice wall. Then take trail E and climb to the top for a great view of the entire region.

East Condor

Mount Condor-Est is reserved for experienced hikers. It is a slightly steeper hill, so much so that it could be mistaken for a mountain. The departure is from the Chalet Anne-Piché, passing by the Aiguille. The latter is a particularly rocky place, with rocks curiously cut like needles (hence its name). You can admire them at the foot of the S face and the N face of the Aiguille. The descent can be done on the Dièdre or Dülfer routes.

Things not to be missed

Mount Condor (especially West Condor) offers great views for outdoor hiking. Enjoy nature in the large wilderness forests, dotted with a wide variety of groves and flowers. Follow the trails through streams and lakes. There are dozens of shelters that can be used as a place to take a break.

Other options for sleeping nearby

In addition to hiking, glamping is the top activity for visitors to Mount Condor. This is a form of luxury camping, where you have access to a lavish tent on site, gourmet meals and various outdoor activities: bocce ball, soccer, fishing, rock climbing, horseback riding or biking... Mount Condor is also full of cabins and shelters of all kinds.

Let’s Answer Your Questions - FAQ

What is the level of difficulty of Mont Condor ?


What is the elevation of Mont Condor?

125.00 M

What is the height of Mont Condor ?

470.00 M

What are the opening hours ?

8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (until 7 p.m. - variable in summer)

Are dogs allowed?


Is the place are families friendly?


What is the entry fee?

8.00 $

Is there an information center / service center / reception?

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