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Our Mont Tremblant Wilderness Survival centre is based at an old fish hatchery, dotted with clear spring fed ponds, crossed by mountain streams, and surrounded by 600 metre peaks. We have a wood bison preserve, a sled-dog kennel, an Algonquin Amerindian interpretation centre, and a network of trails for exploring. We offer hands-on wilderness experiences led by passionate outdoor guides. Our site is approximalety a 2-hour drive from Montreal and Ottawa. Operating since 2002.