Spring Break is almost here! Get the family out on the slopes!
Actually, now that we think about it, let’s try a different tack. We really should be convincing everyone else how great spring destinations are at these warm-weather places – which means more room for us at Mont Tremblant.
The mountain can be fun any time, but is especially appealing to spring breakers wanting to create wonderful cooler-weather memories.
While other winter resorts are already winding down, Mont Tremblant is going strong with plenty of runs to try and breathtaking scenery to enjoy in March, along with wonderful activities on and off the mountain!
Students and families can spend their holiday playing in this snow, partaking of some of Quebec’s finest food, and recharging their batteries. And if your friends tell you that you can only truly party in Cabo or Miami Beach, make them envy your awesome après-ski adventures.
Essentially, the “cool kids” are welcome to go play somewhere warm and sweaty, but the much cooler kids — like yourself — are heading for the spring snow and festivities!
Mont Tremblant Spring Break Vacations!
A trip to Quebec provides a cultural experience akin to visiting Europe, but without having to find your passport or take a long plane trip! U.S. visitors will enjoy hearing dual languages, but still be understood, plus meet guests from around the world.
Delightful Tremblant Accommodations
While your pals in Florida are cramming themselves into motels with far-off ocean views, here, everything is in easy reach and every spot has stellar views of not just the main mountain but many of the other peaks in the Laurentians, some of the most beautiful and rugged scenery in North America.
Besides the official Mont Tremblant properties, you’ll find quality vacation homes, condominiums and hotels. Many vacation rentals offer ski in/ski out access at Tremblant, making it easy to head out the door and get right on the slopes, but we have accommodations available in various locations and quality, able to suit anyone’s needs.
Tremblant Fine Dining and Food
When some serious skiers think of food, they’ll initially think of brown-bagging it or noshing on plain ol’ burgers in the lodge. But to employ the local dialect, au contraire!
The resort community provides diverse dining for every palate, from those who want a mid-day pick-me-up before returning to the slopes to a celebrating with a extravagant evening meal. You’ll find a wide variety of eateries, including LaSavoie, which has fun potatoes and other treats; Gypsy, a Mediterranean tapas spot; and Italian fare at Coco Pazzo.
One fine dining spot with special prominence is Prime Steak Sushi Bar, an elegant but casual steakhouse where you can indulge in everything from the finest cuts of USDA prime-certified beef to some of the best hand-rolled sushi this side of Tokyo, both of which are flown in daily.
The nearly unlimited dining options in the area include seafood, fusion, bistros, barbecue, fancy desserts and appetizers. Wash them down with some handcrafted ales from local microbreweries and some of the best wines from Canada and beyond!
Any Budget Works
If you’ve had to put most of your discretionary funds toward your lift tickets and dining, good news! There are plenty of places to ski and play, have a great time and not spend much money.
Better news, the U.S. dollar is strong against the Canadian dollar these days. With a little research and creativity, you can score affordable and decent lodgings, attractions, and meals. Tremblant has several money-saving promotions taking place, especially some end-of-season specials.
Or if you’ve set aside the funds to really spend big, there are plenty of VIP amenities to be experienced, including pampering and spa services.
Part of the fun of a resort getaway is what happens when the sun goes down. Some head to dinner and start winding down to prepare for the next day’s ski adventures. For others, the party is just starting.
Your après-ski experience can be as crazy or as mellow as you want it to be. You can get together with friends and have a relaxing night inside with everyone sipping favorite drinks, or head out in search of bars, live music and maybe the opportunity to dance the night away.
Though there’s “grown-up” fun to be had at the Casino de Mont-Tremblant, families spring breaking together might prefer checking out other good times in the Pedestrian Village. Here, you’ll find a lovely selection of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars, including Bar Café d’Epioque, which has a fun dance floor and a memorable 3 a.m. last call.
Pedestrian Village at Tremblant is really the hub for the entire resort, day or night, so your biggest challenge will be deciding which hot spots to hit now and which to come back for on a future trip.
Things To Do in Mont Tremblant
Skiing and snowboarding are definitely big. But your “what I did on my spring break” photo album can include, from sleigh rides to Nordic skiing to learning what they mean by snow polo. There’s ice skating, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, and more. You will not be bored at Mont Tremblant Resort!
With all these enjoyable amenities, it’s clear that the Mont Tremblant experience shouldn’t be missed any time of year, but has special charm during spring break months following winter. It may even be the start of an annual springtime tradition for you and the family!