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Lac Tremblant

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Lake Tremblant is a lake in the Laurentides region of Quebec, Canada, at the foot of the eponymous Mont Tremblant. South of the lake is the city of Mont-Tremblant, and the municipality of Lac-Tremblant-Nord borders on the western and northern sides of the lake. Lac Tremblant, wedged between mountainous ridges, is a long and narrow lake with about 7 islands and 5 prominent bays. Surrounded by a dense mixed forest, the lake is situated in the transition zone between the deciduous forests of the Saint Lawrence valley and Canada's boreal forests.

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