Les paysages emblématiques de Lac-Tremblant-Nord, un patrimoine naturel et culturel

Abstract : Lac Tremblant is well-known due to its proximity to Mont Tremblant, which looms over it. The uniqueness of the site resides in the fact that, historically, the land use of Lac Tremblant has long been split into two subdivisions, which is reflected in the area's distinct landscapes. The southern part of the lake and the mountain have been turned into a world-renowned recreation area, whereas, since the beginning of the 20thcentury, the northern segment has been protected as a natural heritage scenic area, a fact which is evident in natural features of the region. In this way, the Municipality of Lac-Tremblant-Nord has preserved and carefully shaped the landscapes that now have become such a part of its distinct unique identity, a uniqueness that, for the local residents, is so much a part of what makes them proud to live there. From the earliest days, this natural scenic heritage, with all of its age-old evocative power, has been a protected area; long before such conservation measures were the norm. Today, however, it is now being threatened.
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Fabienne Joliet, Claire Blouin-Gourbillière. Les paysages emblématiques de Lac-Tremblant-Nord, un patrimoine naturel et culturel . Encyclopédie du Patrimoine Culturel de l'Amérique Française, 2008. ⟨hal-01826326⟩

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