Just 80 miles north of Montreal, Mont Tremblant is a winter oasis carved out of the picturesque Laurentian mountain range. With its quaint cobblestone streets dotted with old world buildings decked in marigold, teal and red roofs, it beckons the eyes. Its pedestrian village lies at the foot of the Laurentians and serves up everything from fun activities to fine dining. In a nutshell, there’s nothing not to love about this charming resort town.
A Bounty of Outdoor Adventures
Mont Tremblant is a mecca for skiers and snowboarders. From November through April, enjoy some real powder fun. Mont Tremblant has over 660 acres of diverse skiable terrain. There are 96 ski trails. The Nansen run is ideal for novices, and seasoned skiers can enjoy the challenge of the Edge run. And if you don’t ski or snowboard; there are still a boatload of other fun outdoor adventures.
Hop aboard the lift for a jaw-breaking vista of the Laurentians or take a fondue and snowshoe tour with a night-time trek through the snowy mountain terrain. Although it’s a workout, you’ll enjoy the rewards of a hot fondue spiked with the blend of maple syrup and whiskey and guitarists singing traditional Quebecois songs in a rustic cabin at the end of your journey.
Visitors can also book a dogsledding adventure with Expedition Wolf. Lead and mush your own team of gorgeous huskies through miles of forests in the Laurentians while the snowflakes gracefully fall. It’s nothing less than exhilarating. You’re also treated to a stop at a log cabin for some delicious maple cookies and yummy hot chocolate.
Another fun outdoor adventure is to lace up at the ice rink around Chapelle St. Bernard. Music and lights ramp up the experience at night. It’s a winter wonderland scene. And at the Tremblant Activity Centre, you can sign up for ice fishing, sleigh rides, tubing and snowmobiling. At Mont Tremblant, the opportunities for some outdoor fun are just about endless.
Unwind after a day of venturing the outdoors in the outdoor scenic Scandinavian baths at the Scandinave Spa. Nestled in the quiet mountainside along the Diable River, you can rest those weary muscles in a hot tub surrounded by deer and snow-dusted firs. Get adventurous and shock your senses in the cold Nordic waterfalls or plunge in the iced-over river.
Take the Fun Indoors
Mont Tremblant’s alluring cobblestone pedestrian village with standalone huts and European-inspired shops makes it extra special. Stroll into old-fashioned toy shops like the Bagnoles et Bobinette and vintage-inspired jewellery shops like Joaillerie St. Onge. There’s also an open-air gondola for a nice view of crowds pulling maple taffy from the snow. Be sure to bring some of Manon Henri’s mouth-watering maple caramel home with you!
Delight the Taste Buds and Quench the Thirst
When it comes to tantalizing the palate and quenches the thirst, Mont Tremblant serves up delicious food and great spirits. And while you can’t help but notice the enticing chocolate aroma that flows through the base of the mountain resort village, resist the fudge, and head for some of the village’s great dining spots!
Prime Steak Sushi Bar is the highlight of restaurants in Mont Tremblant, and their menu is build on exquisite USDA Prime certified beef which allows them to offer an on-trend take on a classic steakhouse tradition. In addition to the grill menu, the sushi bar offers the largest variety and best sushi in Tremblant! Discover the region’s best kept secret!
Savour the authentic Italian cuisine at Coco Pazzo and indulge on lobster tails and prime rib at the casino’s top-floor Altitude. Expect the unexpected with delights like drizzled truffle oil and popcorn amuse-bouche. With its stunning seven-foot chandelier and open vistas of the mountain, the Altitude delivers both great indoor and outdoor views.
And if you’re craving some salami, boiled potatoes and lots of gooey cheeses, head to La Savoie in the pedestrian village. With its woody setting and a contraption that holds half a wheel of raclette cheese, this restaurant looks like it’s straight out of the French Alps. Go ahead and scrape on gobs of cheese from this wheel on your order.
Gypsy is one of the newest restaurants in Mont Tremblant. It’s a Mediterranean tapas restaurant that serves up delicious plates of warm goat cheese with sautéed spinach and Serrano-ham-wrapped scallops with sesame seeds and wasabi cream. Gypsy is definitely worth a stop.
Craft beer enthusiasts can enjoy the taste of Quebec microbrewery’s brews at the Microbrasserie La Diable. It’s Belgian-style Trappist ale has a high alcohol kick and served with a Swiss-cheese sausage with a side of poutine. After all, Mont Tremblant is in Canada. Wine fans should stop at the Hotel Quintessence. It has a romantic wine bar and is a chic après ski spot to be. Choose from nearly 5,000 bottles of wine and pair it up with some French dishes like spinach puree and pepper sauce.
An Impressive Line-up of Tremblant Lodging
From single-family vacation homes and full-equipped condos to luxury hotel suites, Mont Tremblant offers an impressive variety of ski-in, ski-out accommodations. Find accommodations conveniently located to the action-packed pedestrian village and close to golf, outdoor activities, shops and restaurants. It’s easy to find the perfect accommodation for your budget and family’s lifestyle.
The Clairiere townhomes are located near the pedestrian village and have direct access to ski lifts and slopes. Its three to five bedroom town homes feature luxury furniture, jetted tubs and 3D TV.
The Chouette condominiums are economical for a cozy stay in Mont Tremblant Resort. These comfortable vacation rentals have lots of windows to bring in the natural light, and you ski out or walk to the cabriolet or the gondola.
The Chalumeau chalets are located slope side to Mont Tremblant Resort. These ski in/ski out homes offer four-season resort location that defines the spirit of slope-side living. Slopes, resort plaza and the lively pedestrian village are just steps away.
Takeaways of Why We Just Love Mont Tremblant
Here’s a snapshot of why we just love Mont Tremblant – and why you will to.
- Exciting outdoor adventures for everyone
- Fun indoor adventures for the whole family
- Great food and spirits within walking distance
- Wide choice in lodging and accommodations to suit any budget
All around, Mont Tremblant Resort is the perfect destination for you and your family, 365 days a year. There’s fun for everyone, including the young, old and in-between. Choose from an array of impeccable offers and packages for a summer or winter vacation. If you haven’t had time to experience a vacation here, now is the time! Let the fun begin at Mont Tremblant. You’ll absolutely fall in love with it and be back year after year.