Canoeing and hiking paradise
You’ll love walking along the main street that meanders through this old settlement village, where the L’Assomption River runs. The picture-perfect town of St-Côme makes an ideal home base to discover Lanaudière.
Nearby attractions include the immense territory of Mont-Tremblant National Park, two regional parks and the National Trail, which crosses the region. Welcome to hiking paradise! Have fun wandering the regional trails alongside waterfalls and cascades. If you’re up for a good workout, take the Swaggin trail to the top of Montagne du Tranchant where there’s a breathtaking view of Lac Clair. Feeling adventurous? Get a rush descending our white water rivers in a canoe or kayak. Top off your adventure with a picnic beside the Chute-à-Bull waterfall. Come evening, stay overnight in a cabin or one of the beautiful lodges located near the slopes.
18-metre high waterfall at Chute-à-Bull Regional Park
Mont-Tremblant National Park – 100% nature!
With 1,510 sq. km of protected land, the park offers nature in all its forms! Come explore over 100 km of hiking trails and numerous lakes and rivers, ideal for enjoying such activities as canoeing, kayaking and swimming. A bicycle path even allows you to ride around Lake L'Assomption. A must for outdoor enthusiasts.
Canoe and kayak at Au Canot Volant
With 3 sectors for intermediate to expert hikers, the National Trail offers a variety of possibilities ranging from mountainous to riverside trails.
Boulangerie Saint-Côme - homemade breads, doughnuts, buns, pies and cookies | 1501, rue Principale, Saint-Côme
Maison Staner - Belgian butcher shop, bakery, delicatessen | 856, route 343, Saint-Alphonse-Rodriguez
On s'gâte | 1161 Rue Principale
Épicerie Le Comptoir | 660 Chemin Notre-Dame-De-La-Merci
- Resto chez Frank - family restaurant | 1650, rang Versailles, Saint-Côme
- On s'régale | 1161 Rue Principale
- Rest area on Route 347 (Rang Versailles) - ideal parking for vans and campers | North end of village, next to Au Canot Volant business