Parc National Du Mont-Saint-Bruno - Hiking

Parc National Du Mont-saint-bruno - Hiking


Montérégie, Quebec, Canada




Overview

Difficulty

Easy

Distance

6 KM

Height

218 meters

Dog allowed


What are the activities on site?

Hiking


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Why choose this trail?

In Quebec, there is no shortage of beautiful places to visit for vacation. This time, head to the Montérégie region and its Mount Saint-Bruno, which offers a splendid landscape for nature getaways. With family or friends, Mont Saint-Bruno offers a variety of activities that will satisfy every desire. From hiking to cross-country skiing to snowshoeing, Mont Saint-Bruno is the perfect place to have fun together.

Mont Saint-Bruno : a summit with a breathtaking view

At 218 metres high, Mont Saint-Bruno is one of the nine hills in the MontĂ©rĂ©gie region. Located 20 kilometers from downtown Montreal, it is a flagship destination to recharge your batteries in the middle of nature. When we think of Mount Saint-Bruno, we think of its three towns: Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville on the summit of the mountain and on the southwestern flank, Saint-Basile-le-Grand on the southeastern flank and Sainte-Julie on the northern flank. Mount Saint-Bruno is also home to the 8.8 km2 Mont-Saint-Bruno National Park and six lakes, five of which are nestled within Mont-Saint-Bruno National Park and one in the center of the town Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville.

Parc national du Mont-Saint-Bruno : a paradise to recharge your batteries

To spend a beautiful day under the sign of nature, nothing better than the Mont-Saint-Bruno National Park. It is a place that brings together a multitude of activities to delight the whole family. This popular destination is known for its unmissable trails that wind around the five lakes for an exceptional hike. Nature lovers will be enchanted by the fauna and flora of the park containing 200 species of birds, 40 species of mammals and 600 species of plants.

A ski resort for everyone to enjoy

During the winter season, Mont Saint-Bruno is a great place to ski. Its ski resort has 23 trails ranging from easy to very difficult level. To fascinate the younger ones, the resort has set up a new snow park. It is a unique park to let off steam in a different way. And that's not all! The resort also offers the Snöfun which mixes creativity and innovation for the greatest pleasure of young and old. It is a magical space composed of valleys, jumps, bumps and uneven terrain that guarantee fun for all ages.



What are the services on site?

Parking Reception Toilet Belvedere Shelter Interpretation Center Picnic table

What are the best trails at Parc National Du Mont-saint-bruno ?

  • Trails
    Distance
    Elevation
    Type
    Difficulty
  • Sentier du Grand-Duc
    3.5 km
    0 m
    Loop
    Beginner
  • Sentier Saint-Gabriel
    1.8 km
    20 m
    Linear
    Beginner
  • Sentier du Petit-Duc
    1.5 km
    0 m
    Loop
    Beginner
  • Sentier Montérégien
    8.8 km
    100 m
    Loop
    Intermediate
  • Sentier des Lacs
    8.8 km
    200 m
    Loop
    Intermediate
  • Sentier Seigneurial
    7 km
    60 m
    Loop
    Intermediate

Rate & open hour

Access fee $ 8.90
Schedule

8 a.m. to sunset

Coordinates
45.546267 -73.342501

What are the coordinates and address of Parc National Du Mont-saint-bruno?

Mont-Saint-Bruno National Park
(450) 653-7544
330 Rang des Vingt Cinq E, Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, QC J3V 4P6, Canada

What are the comments and evaluations from the community?

Ronald J. Johnson
Ronald J. Johnson
A great nature park near urban area, and quick access if you live on the south shore of Montreal. I spotted a few deers. Most people come here for hiking or trail runs. The hiking paths are easy. The trails are wide, even the "difficult" ones. You can think of it as a large urban park. Unlike Park Canada, the entrance fee is per person (not by vehicle). It costs 8.75$ per adult, but it's still worth the price to have a well maintained park. It is a safe park, but it is not recommended for women to venture alone.
2 years ago
Elsie P. Hunt
Elsie P. Hunt
Wonderful hiking trails not that far from Montreal! Very interesting architecture of homes around the lake to see, alongside trails with wildlife and deer. Also, there is a beautiful cafe housed in a historic building to stop off at
3 years ago
Windy Gadson
Windy Gadson
Great place for a family hike. The mountain isn't that big so climb is fairly easy. The trails are clean and well maintained, didn't see any garbage at all. Ample parking and lots of picnic tables. Lots of shade for your walk
3 years ago
Leo Thomas
Leo Thomas
The park is very nice and quiet. It has several trails to walk through to five different ponds. Lots of parking space with very clean washroom. The entry fee is bit high though.
3 years ago




Let’s Answer Your Questions - FAQ

What is the level of difficulty of Parc National Du Mont-saint-bruno ?

Easy

What is the height of Parc National Du Mont-saint-bruno ?

218.00 M

What are the opening hours ?

8 a.m. to sunset

Are dogs allowed?

Yes

Is the place are families friendly?

No

What is the entry fee?

8.90 $

Is there an information center / service center / reception?

Yes

Is it possible to swim in the lake?

No, it is unfortunately forbidden to swim in the park.


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