Laurentian Region

The retreating ice age created the lake-dotted Laurentian Mountains north of the St-Lawrence river.

In the late 19th century, the region called Montfort, west of St-Sauveur and south of Morin Heights was settled by hardy colonists.

Over time, these mountains have become a four season holiday paradise, unfortunately many of its lakes became crowded, noisy and often polluted.

Lake St-Victor, St-Cyr, as well as all the other lakes part of Lake St-Victor Estates including the mountains were fortunate to have been left in its wild and natural state and were preserved like the era of the loggers fifty years before the tourist era.

Today Lake St-Victor Estates is fully committed to maintain its unique wilderness heritage and tranquillity.


Alpine skiing in Morin Heights is just a 10 minute drive away, Mont St-Sauveur 20 minutes and world class Mont-Tremblant is just 40 minutes away.

Also renowned for cross country skiing and cycling are the famous aerobic corridor and the Viking Ski Club trails. These networks are linked to Lake St-Victor Estate’s own trails. Together these trails are recognized as North America’s largest network of cross country skiing circuit.

The Region offers activities for everyone: hiking, cross country skiing, alpine skiing, snow shoeing, cycling, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, fishing, golf and tennis.


Minutes from popular St-Sauveur, Morin Heights and Ste-Adèle, residents can enjoy fine dinning, movies, concerts, theater and yearlong festivals.


St-Sauveur offers a wide range of popular shopping attractions along its main street and factory outlet malls.

A major supermarket is only 10 minutes away from Lake St-Victor Estates.