CITQ Permit #233671 (4 stars).
Last born of the Chalets Zenya family, Chalet Red Deer is a magnificent contemporary redesigned log cabin with a private in-ground heated pool, hot tub and outdoor dry sauna. It is located within the prestigious Fiddler Lake Resort, just outside of Morin Heights, in the Saint-Sauveur Valley. The chalet sits on a large private wooded lot, with an area of over 65,000 sq.ft. Sheltered from neighbours and prying eyes, you have all the peace and privacy you need to completely enjoy your vacation. Relax at the cottage with your friends or family, enjoy many activities around and unwind in the hot tub and outdoor dry sauna (both open all year round). The heated in-ground outdoor swimming pool is accessible from June 1st to the end of September.
This very spacious chalet has 5 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms. It can easily accommodate up to 12 adults. The kitchen is equipped with stainless steel appliances, a dishwasher and microwave. Other amenities include a satellite TV, Wi-Fi, pool table, washer and dryer. The cottage has 2 indoor fireplaces and 1 outdoor firepit with comfortable chairs.
New: for a slight optional supplement when booking, you now have access to the activities of the Fiddler Lake Resort Recreation Center. During Winter: access to the ice rink, loan of snowshoes for hiking, heated indoor swimming pool. During Summer: access to the dock and boats provided (kayaks, canoes, paddle boards and pedal boats), indoor and outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts and outdoor games for kids.
Chalet Red Deer is the perfect location for receptions (weddings, birthdays, etc.) and corporate events. Our current maximum capacity is 46 people split between 4 cottages (Chalet Silver Fox – 10 persons + Chalet White Wolf – 12 persons + Chalet Blue Jay – 12 persons, + Chalet Red Deer – 12 persons… just steps away from each other!). For more information, please see our corporate section.
On the first floor you will find:
On the garden level are:
You also have access to Fiddler Lake, which is less than a 10 minute walk away. In Summer (from mid May to end of September), we provide 1 canoe at the lake for our guests at Chalet Red Deer. You will also find safety vests in the cottage.
On the first floor you will find:
On the garden level are:
Please note the cottage rules that apply to all participants:
1. It is strictly forbidden to smoke inside the cottage at all times. Smoking outside is allowed (a penalty of $1000 applies in the event of non-compliance with this rule);
2. For security reason but also to respect the serenity of the neighborhood and to preserve our sanitary installations, we expect the renters to respect the number of persons specified in the rental agreement at all times.
3. The Fiddler Lake Resort is a recreational site where tranquility is king. The use of RVs, ATVs, skidoos, motocycles and other motocross is strictly prohibited onsite. However, you can bring your ATV, skidoo or moto on a plateform to use it outside the domain (a penalty of $500 applies in the event of non-compliance with this rule);
4. For obvious security reasons, the use of fireworks is strictly forbidden at all times (a penalty of $1000 applies in the event of non-compliance with this rule);
5. No excessive sound is allowed outside the cottage or on the deck after 10pm (a penalty of $500 applies in the event of non-compliance with this rule);
6. The Lake Fiddler is an ecological lake where motor boats are forbidden. In order to avoid the blue algae (or other parasite) contamination from other lakes, we ask you to only use the boats provided to you and not to bring your own;
7. Outdoor fires are only allowed in the covered firepit (a penalty of $1000 applies in the event of non-compliance with this rule);
8. The use of tents, RVs or any other camping installation is strictly forbidden onsite;
9. We are not responsible for any accident in the cottage, in the hot tub, at the swimming pool, around the cottage or at the lake;
10. Any subrental is totally forbidden;
11. Guests are expected to prevent excessive noise after 10pm;
By booking directly on our website or through any partner platform, you are deemed to have read and agreed to comply with these rules, as well as all the other participants of your group. In case of non respect by the guests of any of those rules, we will not hesitate to retain the whole security deposit.
The Chalet Red Deer (92) is located within the prestigious Fiddler Lake Resort, in the Laurentians. The area is located at the exit of the village of Morin Heights, about 1 hour from Montreal and only 15 minutes from the ski slopes of Saint-Sauveur. Note that Chalet Red Deer is independent from the Resort.
Located a few steps from the Sommet Morin Heights ski resort, this tree-to-tree adventure will give you a memorable experience in the heart of the Laurentian forest. The four circuits of Acro-Nature offer a multitude of workshops and zip lines, while the Ultimate Zone will satisfy the most athletic. Acro-Nature also offers a circuit specially designed for children aged 6 and over.
Relaxation center nestled in a century-old forest, in the magnificent Laurentians region, in Morin Heights, 45 minutes from Montreal. Most exhilarating relaxation experience in the purest Nordic tradition. Saunas, steam bath, outdoor whirlpools, thermal waterfall and Nordic waterfall, solariums, relaxation areas, fireplaces, terrace. The Nordic spa experience, through the action of hot and cold, will provide your body with relaxation and well-being.
Only a few minutes walk from the Silver Fox and White Wolf Chalets, explore our magnificent Fiddler Lake by canoe. This lake is an ecological lake where swimming is allowed, without motor boats. Canoes and life jackets are available in each chalet.
If you pass by Saint-Sauveur, be sure to stop by the Cotard Chocolatier store. His immense inventiveness and his love of chocolate earned Michaël Cotard, Maître chocolatier, the title of Best Chocolatier in Canada in 2015 as part of the prestigious World Chocolate Masters.
Morin-Heights has been synonymous with cross-country skiing for over 90 years. The Municipality maintains a network of cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails of 130 linear km. The narrow, hilly trails have a unique charm and make Morin-Heights a destination of choice.
To fully experience the fusion of a friendly atmosphere, activities for all tastes and ages, and an environment in nature, there is only the experience of the largest water park in the mountains! Whirlpool slides, mountain rafting, descent in the dark, alpine roller coaster, 18-hole mini-golf and amusement park with rides for all ages, the ton of activities will charm all types of personalities. The Sommet Saint-Sauveur Water Park is THE ultimate summer destination for a refreshing day.
The Lachute Golf Club, a semi-private 36-hole establishment, is committed to providing an ever-higher golf experience that exceeds the expectations of its customers. For 100 years, its mission has been to improve playing conditions, restore the ecological balance of the environment, provide unparalleled customer service and create a social environment that makes golfers feel at home. .
Located in the very pretty village of Val-David in the Laurentians, L’Épicurieux is a small neighborhood restaurant known for its fresh dishes and its menu that adapts to the seasons. The chef pays particular attention to fresh and local products, both in the dishes and in the desserts. The wine list is made up entirely of independent winegrowers. The beers, as well as all the alcohols used in the cocktails are made in Quebec.
Leave the car at the chalet, put on your hiking boots and go for a hike alone, with family or friends on the Domaine's many trails. Observe the abundant wildlife (deer, wild turkeys, foxes, blue jays, etc.) and take advantage of the fresh air to ventilate your body and mind in complete zen.
Leave the car at the chalet and take advantage of a beautiful sunny day to go for a snowshoe hike, with family or friends, on one of the Domaine's many snowshoe trails. Be on the lookout for wild animals that roam the woods and you will surely see deer at the bend of a path, a beaver or a group of wild turkeys. Open your eyes and take a deep breath!
The Sommet Saint-Sauveur and its Avila slope offer 40 trails, ranging from training slopes to trails dedicated to experts, moguls and mods enthusiasts. It is here and now that you take the time to enjoy a drink with friends, to feel the wind caressing your skin on the mountain, to taste the pleasure of the outdoors, to laugh with old friends, to meet people, to live according to events and to be part of a family. Sommet Saint-Sauveur is the epicenter of entertainment.
Ofuro, the most Zen of Spas, offers you an invigorating experience when meeting water. Near Saint-Sauveur, in the Laurentians, and located in the heart of 10 acres of nature, Spa Ofuro offers you to feel the benefits of thermotherapy through dry or steam saunas with a sweet scent of eucalyptus, by swimming in the river or taking advantage of the temperate pools. Complete your experience by choosing from a wide range of beauty and body treatments, with a massage and enjoying comfortable accommodation. The Japanese atmosphere of Spa Ofuro plunges you, rain or shine, into an unrivaled regenerating health escape.
The Spa Polar Bear’s Club is an institution engraved in the memory of the Laurentian Mountains! Located in Piedmont, it offers you all the attractions of this beautiful region of Pays-en-Haut, where the picturesque villages of Sainte-Adèle and Saint-Sauveur are found. The very first spa inspired by the Scandinavian tradition to be founded in Quebec, the Polar BearPolar Bear’s Club has been recognized by skiers and winter sports enthusiasts for over 50 years. As a pioneer of Nordic spas and Scandinavian baths in Quebec, the Polar Bear’s Club has greatly contributed to the development of the practice of thermotherapy.
With its spacious English gardens near the back terrace and its enchanting setting, the Manoir StoneHaven in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts is the ideal place for Sunday brunch or for a tasting menu. The location offers a view of the lake and the mountains, and access to trails for walking in the summer and cross-country skiing or snowshoeing in the winter.
The Au Pied de Cochon sugar shack is the traditional meeting place. Close to local producers, the sugar shack is the culinary headquarters. With the mission of sharing, there is an abundant menu with multiple services offering both gourmet and hearty dishes. The chef and his entire team rely on the exploitation of natural resources and local products. The menu varies according to the rhythm of the seasons, offering the possibility of reserving for the time of harvests and sugars. The sugar shack provides a festive and fun atmosphere with its selection of privately imported wines and signature cocktails.
An exhilarating hike to meet the four summits of the Hautes-Laurentides: summit of the Devil (783 m), summit of Belzébuth (749 m), summit of Garde-Feu (756 m) and summit of the Aube wall (740 m). m). We cross streams and waterfalls, in addition to being entitled to very beautiful views of Lake Windigo and the Baskatong reservoir. Many shorter routes to choose from.
Dogs: allowed (on leash)
This regional park located in Mirabel is one of the most beautiful forest areas in Quebec. You can walk in the paths or the large gardens and fish. Also, the Ornithology Club of Mirabel (COMIR) is proud to have its head office in the Bois de Belle-Rivière where it is possible to observe many species of birds. The club offers several activities to the general public.
If Donalda has always been associated with the stinginess of her miserly husband, the restaurant that bears her name rather evokes the joy of living. Here, no little misery, only dishes with creative and colorful compositions. Each week, a more sought-after "Ephemeral Concoctions" menu changes according to the chef's inspiration. Relaxed service, beautiful terrace in summer and cocktails prioritizing Quebec spirits. Live music every Monday at 7 p.m.
Address: 996 Valiquette Street in Sainte-Adèle
Phone: 450 229-2727
In the Algonquin language, Kaaïkop means “bare, rocky, steep and high”. Formerly called Mount Legault, Mount Kaaïkop, at an altitude of 838 meters, is the third highest peak in the Laurentians. The grand tour offers a loop punctuated by splendid views of the other peaks in the region, including Montagne Noire and Mont Tremblant. We cross a dense forest of conifers before reaching its summit.
Dogs: allowed (on leash)
A classic for fall colors. The Grand Brûlé trail is a long climb punctuated by waterfalls, a beaver dam and several viewpoints over the village and Lake Tremblant. At the top, the most tired can take the gondola ($) or take one of the other trails that go down (Les Caps, 5 km, or the Vertigo, 6 km) or simply turn around. Parking fees at the Versant Sud Resort to be expected.
Distance: 13 km (round trip)
A round trip of less than 5 km with a rather modest elevation gain in a much less frequented sector of the park, what more could you ask for? From the belvedere, the panorama reveals an admirable view of the surrounding valleys. The ascent is made through a mature maple grove and the most attentive will note the presence of hemlocks, a rather rare species in this park. Starting point: Lac-de-L’Assomption picnic area, 15 km north of the L’Assomption information kiosk.
Dogs: allowed (on leash)
With La Cabane d’à Côté, Au Pied de Cochon offers a rustic table declined in picnic baskets. These are gourmet and can be eaten in the orchard. Local Quebec products are in the spotlight and prepared with the greatest care. The picnic menu changes every month.
Address: 3595, Montée Robillard, Mirabel
Well rooted in the French gastronomic tradition, the chef Thierry Rouyé and his sons still go off the beaten track by offering bold combinations of tastes, such as this trout accompanied by grilled kasha and rapini. And they make it a point of honor to work with Quebec producers whose list appears on the menu. To enjoy extraordinary taste experiences, the 5-course option according to the inspiration of the cuisine seems a good choice.
Address: 2353 rue de l'Église in Val-David
Lola 45 is one of our favorite restaurants in the Laurentians for a unique and tasty experience. The chef works on a seasonal menu in symbiosis with local products and the wine list is perfect for a most successful taste experience! If you are planning to go to Saint-Sauveur and are looking for a restaurant, you will not be disappointed by this restaurant which is THE destination not to be missed!
Several companies rent snowmobiles near Chalets DesignPur and Villa Bianca, in Rawdon and Saint-Côme. Note, however, that we ask our customers to bring their snowmobiles on a platform in order to respect the tranquility of the neighboring chalets, and to use snowmobiles outside the estates, on the trails provided for this purpose.
Are you looking to discover all-white Laurentian landscapes? Tyroparc – Parc d’aventures en montagne has created carbon-neutral guided snowmobile tour packages to allow you to find these wild white spaces. They also offer Winter Via Ferrata and Winter Zipline tours. Their activity packages encourage family activities, group outings with outdoor thrills in the Laurentians. 20 minutes from Mont-Tremblant and 50 minutes from Montreal. Become an outdoor adventurer in the mountains, book your one-day adventure and vacation now at a great price!
Recognized as one of the most beautiful rafting rivers in North America, the Rouge can make you experience extraordinary emotions. With class 2-3 or class 4-5 courses, the Rouge River can entertain families, groups of friends or work teams alike. Propulsion will make you experience these emotions in the greatest possible safety with 38 years of experience on the Rouge.
The Italian cuisine created by a great chef is magnificent here. Imagine the combination of delicious food with welcoming staff, that's exactly what RESTAURANT LE BALMORAL - By Chantal and Tony - offers you. Pleasant service is always a pleasure. You will appreciate a beautiful decor and a cozy atmosphere at this place.
Our Treetop walk at Sentier des cimes Laurentides is a new truly unique way to take in scenic views from above the trees. You will start the walk along a path that winds through the forest and up to the treetops. The nearly one-kilometre path leads to the observation tower that rises 40 m (equivalent to a 12-storey building) above the forest to offer a stunning bird’s eye view of the Laurentian forests and mountains. The walk ways and main tower, with a maximum slope of 6 degrees, are completely accessible to strollers and wheelchairs. From the top, you’ll have a breathtaking view of the rolling hills typical of the Laurentian mountain range, and landmarks such as Mont-Tremblant. The total distance including the tower walk is 2.7km round trip and takes about 2 hours.
The Val-David-Val-Morin regional park offers outdoor enthusiasts a special place. This 600-hectare protected territory is criss-crossed by hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails. The Far Hills sector offers infrastructures allowing access to groups and young families. Dotted with various peaks, as well as two mountain lakes, the park offers you natural beauty and breathtaking panoramas in all seasons!