VIVRE MONT-TREMBLANT / LAC-TREMBLANT-NORD card

As our municipality is part of Mont-Tremblant agglomeration, our citizens have access to most of the Ville de Mont-Tremblant’s recreational programs and activities.  When your Citoyen Mont-Tremblant card is no longer valid, you must apply for the new Vivre Mont-Tremblant / Lac-Tremblant-Nord card to enjoy recreational programs.  Also, the citizens who are not PLTN members and wish to have PLTN marina day use privileges must present the card to the guardians at the time of launch.  (PLTN members are not required to have the card for access to the PLTN marinas.)

The Vive Mont-Tremblant card is an individual card, with photo, intended to the resident of Mont-Tremblant and Lac-Tremblant-Nord.  To obtain it, one must fill out the online request form or present yourself at the City Hall, located at 1145 St-Jovite Street with an identity proof and a residence proof.

REGISTRATION FORM – MAIN RESIDENCE

REGISTRATION FORM – SECOND HOME

The card is the Ville of Mont-Tremblant property.  The card can be repealed if privileges are abused or if the rules are transgressed.  The card is free, valid for one year and non-transferable.

WHO MAY ACQUIRE THE CARD?

  1. Individuals domiciled in Mont-Tremblant or Lac-Tremblant-Nord territory (property owner or tenant) and its immediate family.
  2. Physical person with a second home in Mont-Tremblant or Lac-Tremblant-Nord territory and its immediate family : husband, wife, child under 17 years old and full-time student aged between 18 and 24 years old.

EXCLUSIONS

Any legal person, trust, company, institutions and owners of vacant land, commercial or multi-unit building.

PRIVILEGES

Free access to the following places (non-exhaustive list):

  1. Domaine Saint-Bernard ecotourism park (beach and trails);
  2. Mont-Tremblant cross-country ski center;
  3. Libraries of the Convent (village) and Samuel-Ouimet (down town);
  4. Beaches of Mercier and Raynaud lakes and Lake Tremblant beach park;
  5. Boat launch at Lake Mercier
  6. Boat launch at Lac Tremblant (PLTN)
  7. Indoor and outdoor sport installations – registration with the ”Service de la culture et des loisirs ” is required.

LOST CARD

A fee of $ 10 is required to reissue the card. The presentation of an identity card and proof of residence is required.

At all times, the card remains the property of the Mont-Tremblant Agglomeration. It can be revoked if there is abuse of privilege or breach of regulations. The Vivre Mont-Tremblant / Lac-Tremblant-Nord card is free, valid for a period of one (1) year and is not transferable.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE

You must provide the appropriate supporting documents for each family member requesting a card.

ADULT (18 YEARS OLD AND OVER)

  • ID with photo and address (e.g. valid driver’s license)
  • proof of residence (e.g. tax bill, hospital card, government correspondance)
  • a recent photo

*Please note that the following supporting documents are excluded: lease, utility bill, health insurance card.

CHILD (17 AND UNDER)

  • proof of parental link (e.g. birth certificate, hospital card)
  • a recent photo

SECOND HOME

You must provide the appropriate supporting documents for each family member requesting a card.

ADULT (18 YEARS OLD AND OVER)

  • ID with photo and address (e.g. valid driver’s license)
  • proof of residence (e.g. tax bill, hospital card, goverment correspondence)
  • a recent photo

*Please note that the following supporting documents are excluded: lease, utility bill, insurance card.

STUDENT (18 TO 24 YEARS OLD)

  • proof of parental link (e.g. birth certificate, hospital card)
  • proof of the same main residence as the parent (e.g. government correspondence, valid driver’s license)
  • valid student card
  • a recent photo

CHILD (17 AND UNDER)

  • proof of parental link (e.g. birth certificate, hospital card)
  • a recent photo

MONT-TREMBLANT NATIONAL PARK (Free of charge)

Please fill out the form and send it to the municipality.