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Discover the Wild Side of Mont Tremblant!

Mont-Tremblant isn't just about skiing and stunning views – it’s also a fantastic place to encounter wildlife. At Chateau Morritt, we're lucky to have a front-row seat to nature’s everyday show. Let's take a closer look at the animals you might see around here and share some tips on where to find them!


What You’ll See

Mont-Tremblant is home to a variety of animals. Moose and white-tailed deer are pretty common, and if you’re lucky, you might catch a glimpse of a red fox or even a bald eagle. The forests and lakes here are teeming with life, each season bringing its own unique sightings.


Bird Watching

Spring and fall are great times for bird watchers, thanks to the migratory patterns that bring a diverse range of birds through the area. From the songs of warblers to the sight of ospreys hunting, there's plenty to see…and of course, we can’t forget the majestic Canada Goose!


Best Spots for Wildlife

Domaine Saint-Bernard: This park is great for a leisurely walk while keeping an eye out for local wildlife.


La Diable River: A quiet paddle here can reward you with sightings of beavers and various water birds.


Mont-Tremblant National Park: It’s a bit larger and offers guided tours if you're interested in learning more about the area's biodiversity.


Wildlife Watching Tips:

Enjoying wildlife is part of what makes a visit to Mont-Tremblant special, but it's important to do it responsibly. Keep your distance, don’t feed the animals, and stay on the trails to make sure you don’t disturb their natural habitats.


We do have a herd of deer that have made the grounds of Chateau Morritt their home, so after a day outdoors, you may just come back to spot a deer or two outside your window. We encourage you to explore and see what you can find. Just remember to respect the wildlife and their home, and you’re sure to have an unforgettable experience.


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