Saint-Côme and surroundings

Explore a beautiful setting

You’ll love walking along the main street of this old settlement village, where the L’Assomption River runs. During the Saint-Côme en Glace festival, don’t miss the many ice sculptures in the village. Nearby attractions include Mont-Tremblant National Park, two regional parks and the National Trail, which crosses the region.
Saint-Côme is also a paradise for skiing and snowshoeing enthusiasts. Did you know it’s home to one of Quebec’s largest ski centres? Snowmobilers also have a wide variety of magnificent trails to choose from.
Hiking at Saint-Côme

Our directory

Need help planning your trip to the region? Whether it’s to stay overnight, eat or choose activities, you’ll find a selection of must-see locations below.

Our events

To ensure you don’t miss any local events during your stay, such as outdoor shows, consult our calendar below.



  • Boulangerie Saint-Côme - homemade products such as breads, donuts, brioches, pies and cookies | 1501, rue Principale, Saint-Côme
  • On s'gâte - Sandwich shop, Pastry shop, Butcher's shop, Bakery, Confectionery, Fine grocery | 1161, rue Principale, Saint-Côme
  • Épicerie Le Comptoir - Fine grocery | 660 Chem. Notre Dame De La Merci, Saint-Côme


  • Resto chez Frank - family restaurant | 1650, rang Versailles, Saint-Côme
  • Resto-Bar Le Pitch - restaurant at Val Saint-Côme ski resort | 501, rue Val Saint-Côme

Outdoor destinations