Overlooking the valley, Aube Hut (Abri de l’Aube) is a day shelter and is open to all park visitors. It’s the perfect spot to rest for lunch while admiring the view. And what a view! You will discover the picturesque village of Ferme-Neuve nestled along the banks of the Lièvre River. When the weather is clear, you can also see Mont-Tremblant on the horizon. Do you feel like sleeping? Aube hut is also a cabin where you can enjoy a good night’s sleep before continuing your hike. Two retractable double beds are available. Reservation required.
This day shelter can be reserved for overnight stay. It can accommodate up to 4 people and has 2 double beds.
Reservation required. Please go to the Village des Bâtisseurs (P2) to get the key that will give you access to the beds.
Arrival time: 10 a.m.
Departure time: 10 a.m.
Dogs not allowed
Snowmobile and ATV prohibited
Capacity: 4 people
Trail access fees for overnight guestsFor all adults, whether staying overnight in the Village des Bâtisseurs or in a mountain cabin, a daily access fee for mountain activities is automatically charged (one night= daily fee)
|Huts: de l'Aube, du Vent, Des Ruisseau
|Price per night for 2 people and under *
|Additional adult *
|Additional child 6 to 18 yrs old
|Additional child 5 yrs and under
*If you are not a member, don't forget to add Park access fees of $6.96 + taxes per adult, per night. Free for 18 and under.
The day shelters (Aube Hut, Des Ruisseaux Hut, Du Vent Hut, and Belzebuth Hut) are daytime stops for guests of the Park. Please note that visitors are allowed to access the Hut during the daytime even if you rented the Hut for nighttime. You only get exclusivity during night hours. Reservation required.
- Tables and benches
- Wood stove
- Heating wood
- Large pot to heat water
- 2 double beds
- Sleeping bag (and pillow for a good night’s sleep…)
- Pots, dishes and utensils
- Food and beverages
- Drink water (1 to 2 litres/pers/day)
- Dish cloths towels
- Biodegradable dish soap
- Coleman stove and gas
- Matches or lighter
- Lighting system (candles)
- Biodegradable toilette paper
- Garbage bags
- First aid kit
- Repair kit (duct tape, elastic rope, etc.)
- Flashlight or frontal lamp with extra batteries
There is no drinking water in this cabin. However, if you use the baggage transport service (min. 4 persons), we will supply 20 litres of drinking water when we deliver your baggage.
|Each bag return trip /per person
|Each bag transfer from one cabin to another
|Each additional bag per person
Taxes not included.
A 4 baggages minimum is mandatory ($64.00 + taxes = $73.58).
Your bag should not exceed more than 40 lbs (approx. 20 kg).
Hockey bags or similar outsized gear cannot be transported. Coolers or other materials count as one baggage.
Rules and regulations
The cabins are inspected on regular basis. Any damage or deterioration inflicted to the cabins will be brought to the attention of the guest who will ultimately assume the repair cost. All trash generated by a guests’ stay should be taken off the mountain to respect our “leave no trace” policy. It’s also important to separate your recyclables from your trash.
The Regional Park Montagne du Diable will not, in any case, be held responsible for possible thefts in the cabins (it is therefore recommended to always lock the cabin before leaving).The Regional Park Montagne du Diable will not be responsible for the guests’ cabin keys. In the event that a guest forgets to return the keys, it is his or her responsibility to cover the cost of returning the keys or pay the appropriate fine. The same policy applies to lost keys as well.
If a guest accepts to transfer their photos to our image bank (photo gallery) at the end of their visit, he or she is accepting that the Regional Park Montagne du Diable can use the photos for commercial purposes without compensation on the part of the Park Regional Montagne du Diable.
It is prohibited to make a fire or to smoke in the forest as well as outside the cabins except for the predetermined places to this effect.
It is prohibited to pick or destroy all natural elements as well as approach or touch any wild animal.