While we often believe Mont-Tremblant is the final destination, in fact, the railroad to the North went up to Mont-Laurier.
The Mont-Tremblant Station and train stop was next to Lac Mercier permitting easy access to summer activities on the water. The original version of the station dates back to 1904 but the current version is a reconstructed replica based on the original plan in 1998.
After the last stop in 1981, it was difficult to justify maintenance to a building no longer in use. It was demolished. Residents and authorities decided to bring back some memories to an important symbol of the regional recreational development. The 1998 building is one of the stops on the P’tit train du Nord trail offering in the immediate surroundings catering services and entertainment.