Lake Lauzon, Quebec
Dive site characteristics
Lake Lauzon has an elevation of 354m (1156’) above sea water level, it is therefore indicate for an altitude dive.
From the shore, you just have to make your entry.
Note: directions are accurate as possible, it is prefferrable to go with someone knowing the dive site.
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|1||75′||Le lac||The lake offers a good visibility. It is ideal to practice cold resistance. The bottom is clayey (muddy at some places). Except some dead trees et some little fishes...a secure dive site.|
Take highway 15 heading North toward Ste-Agathe. Follow on road 117 up to Saint-Faustin or Saint-Jovite. From St-Faustin, follow the indications to get to Mont-Tremblant Park. From St-Jovite, you have to go the Mont-Tremblant and from there follow Duplessis Road. Follow the indications for the Mont-Tremblant Park.
In both cases, you will be in the Diable sector. Just go up to the Service Center of Monroe Lake or follow you route up to Lauzon Lake (on your right a few minutes away from Lake Monroe).
|SEPAQ||Parc du Mont-Tremblant||800 665-6527||dive site|