Kayak Café awaits you in the heart of Labelle, 15 minutes north of Tremblant. On the banks of the beautiful setting of the Red River, Kayak Café offers a friendly atmosphere and fresh cuisine that will please everyone. Overlooking the river, the terrace offers a breathtaking view of the Iroquois Falls and the river running red. In addition, the Kayak Café is just minutes from the bike path Le Petit Train du Nord. In summer, the Café offers kayak descents, canoeing, and kayaking on the peaceful Red River with full rental service.
Standup Paddleboard Yoga
Step off the mat and onto a floating studio where you can practice in rhythm with the water. Breathe in the fresh air and move gently with the crystal clear surroundings of Lake Tremblant, flowing through yoga poses on your floating mat - a BOGA Yoga paddleboard. The principle is simple: finding your symmetry and balance in order to go fully into the postures.
Basic stand up paddle instruction will be given at the beginning of class, but don't worry -- the learning curve is quick. Your senses will be heightened as you find your alignment in complete connection with nature.
The Parcours Adventure course has a mix of suspended bridges, ladders, nets, obstacles and zip lines. The two first courses are for beginners, the third one is intermediate with more physical obstacles, and the last one is the zip line course. The duration of the activity is max 2 hours.
The course is set up in Mont-Tremblant National Park, the very first of the province and the biggest, with a total of 1500 square kilometers and over 400 lakes. Parcours Adventures asks for your help in preserving this national treasure.
The expedition involves an initiation, where the instructor will demonstrate how to handle the equipment. Then, you'll do a practice run under the supervision of an instructor. After that, you'll be ready to practice the course on your own, but guides will be present for any assistance.