Difficulty Easy
Distance 5 KM
Elevation gain 121 M
Animal Dog allowed




Mont Condor is a 1,238 ft / 377 m mountain peak near Val-David, Quebec, Canada. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 996th highest mountain in Quebec and the 10798th highest mountain in Canada.


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Dennis Wallace
Dennis Wallace
Enjoy the nature
James Kirby
James Kirby
Another beautifull
Valerie Barrett
Valerie Barrett
Very good place.
Jamal Fiedler
Jamal Fiedler
Robby Janda
Robby Janda
Just beastly =)

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.