Mont Tremblant Vacation Guides
Fun All Year Round in Mont Tremblant, Quebec
Nestled in the ancient Laurentian Mountains north of Montreal, Mont Tremblant offers a comfortable vacation where you can explore this incredible corner of Quebec all year round. One of the highest peaks in the Laurentians, Mont Tremblant is best known for its world class ski resort, featuring 95 picturesque and challenging trails. With five high speed chairlifts, two gondolas, and seven other lifts, lines are blissfully short, even in peak season. Along with one of the best ski resorts in Canada, Mont Tremblant is also home to a thriving village with excellent restaurants and shops, and year-round attractions which are fun for the whole family (Region Mont-Tremblant video).
Joie de Vie at Mont Tremblant’s Attractions
In the summertime, Mont Tremblant chalets are a great home base for adventurous days of hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, canoeing, kayaking, zip-lining, and even Euro-bungee jumping (a new kind of bungee jumping, with maximum thrill and minimum risk). For the kids, there’s Pirate’s Water Park, paddle boats on Mirror Lake, the Spider Web climbing area, the Akropark play area, and Aquaclub La Source, which is a fun indoor/outdoor pool with waterslides and hot tubs.
If unwinding is in order, there are the Scandinavian baths, as well as two other spas right in Mont Tremblant village. In the winter, you can hit the mountain or one of the Mont Tremblant snow parks and spend your day skiing or snowboarding. You can also go skating on a beautiful frozen lake surrounded by mountains and winter forests, or take a refreshing sleigh ride through the woods.
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Mont Tremblant Golf: The Best of Summer
Skiing may be the winter highlight here, but Mont Tremblant golf is the big draw all summer long. With two world class courses, both offering a spectacular mountain setting on the shores of a quiet lake, Mont Tremblant vacation rentals are ideal for golf lovers. You can tee off at Golf Le Diable in the morning, and then head to Golf Le Géant after lunch. There’s also a great golf academy, a driving range, and the kids can play for free after 4 o’clock. After a long day of golf or skiing, you can explore Mont Tremblant village or the nearby town of St. Jovite, which both feature charming French and international restaurants, as well as unique shopping and arts and crafts (Golfing the World video).
Enjoy Mont Tremblant Festivals in Every Season
Every season there are many Mont Tremblant festivals, held for every imaginable reason to celebrate. Fall is breathtaking in Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains, when the surrounding forests explode into every possible shade of red, yellow and orange. That’s when Mont Tremblant hosts the Grand Prix of Colours with a challenging hike up the mountain itself. Throughout the year Mont Tremblant hosts free live concerts featuring the best local artists and several big name music festivals, such as Fete de la Musique and the International Blues Festival. There are also sporting events year-round, including international ski and snowboard events, Ironman competition, and mountain biking races, to name just a few.
Mont Tremblant vacation rentals
Mt Tremblant rentals are available all year round, offering you a comfortable home away from home in this magnificent region of Quebec. Whether you plan to enjoy the fall foliage, hit the slopes on a chilly winter day, hike past fields of spring flowers, or enjoy a round of golf on a sunny summer day. Check out Mont Tremblant condo listings for the perfect family vacation at any time of year.