ANNUAL ACCESS – MONT-TREMBLANT NATIONAL PARK (SÉPAQ)

To obtain a (FREE) SÉPAQ pass for the Mont-Tremblant National Park, please :

  • Complete the applicable form :
  • Submit the form by email to the municipality at info@lac-tremblant-nord.qc.ca, we will then send it to the SÉPAQ and provide you with your access pass via email afterwards.

ACCÈS 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. To that effect, the Vivre Mont-Tremblant card is getting a makeover and becomes the Accès Lac-Tremblant-Nord card :

  • Owners or undivided co-owners of a building in Lac-Tremblant-Nord can obtain an Accès Lac-Tremblant-Nord card;
  • When your Vivre Mont-Tremblant card is no longer valid, you must apply for the new Accès Lac-Tremblant-Nord card to enjoy recreational programs;
  • Also, citizens who are not members of the lake Tremblant marina (PLTN) and wish to have PLTN marina day use privileges must present one of the two cards to access the marina. If you don’t have one, you will not be allowed to enter! (This requirement does not apply to PLTN members).

HOW TO OBTAIN YOUR CARD ?

  • The Vivre Mont-Tremblant card has been replaced by the new Accès Lac-Tremblant-Nord card. If you are a Vivre Mont-Tremblant cardholder, your card will remain in effect until it expires and will provide you with the same privileges;
  • The Accès Lac-Tremblant-Nord card is issued for a new card application or when your Vivre Mont-Tremblant card expires;
  • No Accès Lac-Tremblant-Nord card will be issued to holders of a valid Vivre Mont-Tremblant card.

To apply for an Accès Lac-Tremblant-Nord card, you must go to one of the following service points with the required documents*:

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

Each family member will need to physically present themselves at one of the service locations and will need to provide the documents listed below:

Adult (18 years old and over)

You must provide one (1) proof of identity among the following :

  • Passport
  • Citizenship certificate or permanent resident card
  • Driver’s license
  • Health insurance card
  • Educational institution card
  • Military forces card
  • Certificate of Indian Status

You must present two (2) proofs of residency among the following :

  • Title of ownership of a building located on the territory of the City of Mont-Tremblant or the Municipality of Lac-Tremblant-Nord. Verification of the property assessment roll or the land register can be done by the City upon request and a payment of $5 fee
  • Lease of a dwelling located on the territory of the City of Mont-Tremblant or the Municipality of Lac-Tremblant-Nord, within the meaning of article 1892 of the Civil Code of Québec
  • Driver’s license
  • Property tax account for the building or dwelling in question, whose issue date is less than 12 months from the date of the subscription request.
  • Provincial (Quebec) or federal (Canada) government document whose date of issue is less than 12 months from the date of the subscription request (e.g. notice of assessment)
  • Confirmation of the Quebec Address Change Service (SQCA), the date of issue of which is less than 3 months from the date of the subscription request
  • Invoice relating to a charge imposed on the building in question, the date of issue of which is less than 12 months from the date of the subscription request. For example: invoice from the syndicate of co-ownership
  • Utility service account, whose issue date is less than 3 months from the date of the subscription request (Ex.: electricity bill, gas, insurance, alarm system, telephone, internet, television)

Children (0-17 years old)

You must provide one (1) proof of identity among the following:

  • Birth or adoption certificate
  • Health insurance card
  • Current year school report
  • Current year student card
  • Hospital card

 

ADVANTAGES AND PRIVILEGES

Free activities in gymnasiums

  • Free access – children and students
  • 45% discount – adults

Samuel-Ouimet and Convent Libraries

  • Free subscription

Courses, workshops and programs

  • Preferential rate
  • Priority access when registering for the programming of courses and activities of the City of Mont-Tremblant

Domaine Saint-Bernard

  • Free access

Lake Mercier

  • Free access to the beach (possibility of being accompanied by non-residents)
  • Free access to the boat launch at Lac Mercier beach

 

WHAT TO DO IF YOUR CARD IS LOST OR STOLEN

  • The Accès Lac-Tremblant-Nord card is free and must be activated annually;
  • The applicable rate for the replacement of the Accès Lac-Tremblant-Nord card is $8.70 + taxes.

To obtain a replacement card, please contact the Culture and Recreation Department of the City of Mont-Tremblant by phone at 819 425-8614 or by email at cultureetloisirs@villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca   

All the details regarding the Accès Lac-Tremblant-Nord card are also available on the Ville de Mont-Tremblant‘s website under the tab Accès et Experience Cards