Mont Tremblant. Just 90 minutes from Montreal awaits Mont Tremblant. From skiing to hiking to delicious dining, there are endless reasons to visit Tremblant any time of the year.
Rich with history and character, glorious mountain activities, a charming village, a lively downtown and surrounding National Park wilderness make for a getaway that offers something for everyone. Adrenaline junkies or happy wanderers alike will love the European ambiance combined with Québécois hospitality in this quaint family-friendly mountain resort with old world charm.
The area’s many lakes and rivers are an invitation to explore with paddle in hand in the summer and autumn months. Or if speed is on the agenda, Lac Tremblant is abuzz with water-skiers and jet skiers. Narrated cruises of the lake provide local insights and stories of the history of the area and the lake itself is perfect for swimming, paddleboarding or just mucking in the sand on shore.
Cyclists have re-discovered the area and a vast network of mountain bike trails have been developed throughout the area by a local volunteer organization. A variety of road biking routes have also been established as well as redevelopment of an abandoned rail bed into a family-friendly biking route.
Winter in Mont Tremblant brings a new kind of excitement to be found at the ski resort or on the local snowshoe, cross-country ski or snowmobile trails. In true Canadian style, Mont Tremblant embraces winter with festivals and carnivals throughout the season. Summer breathes new life into the ski resort as the wildflowers bloom and a network of hiking trails emerges from the snow that are suitable for all levels of hiker or walker, with beautiful views across the unique village, the area lakes and the rolling peaks of the Laurentians.