Overview Mont Tremblant

Visiting Mont Tremblant

The highest peak in the Laurentians, Mont-Tremblant draws huge crowds from nearby Montreal with its 92 downhill runs. But downhill skiing is just the beginning—Mont-Tremblant’s got a little bit of everything. In addition to 56 miles of cross-country trails, there’s a full selection of summer sports on offer here, with the 10 lakes clustered around the mountain’s base making it a top watersports destination. A downhill dry-land luge run is another intriguing new attraction.... Read More The highest peak in the Laurentians, Mont-Tremblant draws huge crowds from nearby Montreal with its 92 downhill runs. But downhill skiing is just the beginning—Mont-Tremblant’s got a little bit of everything. In addition to 56 miles of cross-country trails, there’s a full selection of summer sports on offer here, with the 10 lakes clustered around the mountain’s base making it a top watersports destination. A downhill dry-land luge run is another intriguing new attraction.    Close

Stories and Tips Mont Tremblant

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Understanding the layout of Tremblant

Written by Cantin2 on 08 Apr, 2004

Being from the Northeast, we had heard of Mont Tremblant long before its ascendence as the #1 ski mountain in the Northeast. In 1990, "Intrawest" bought and developed this area into the charming and popular area that it has become. We were going…Read More


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Hints to make La Voliere more enjoyable

Written by Cantin2 on 04 Apr, 2004

1. A car makes your stay much more enjoyable, but there is a bus that runs past La Voliere every half hour until about 11pm. For C$1, it takes you from St. Jovite (six miles away) to the pedestrian village at Tremblant. 2. There is…Read More


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Manitou Lodge -- mountain top

Written by Cantin2 on 01 Apr, 2004

The Manitou is Tremblant's praise-winning mountain top lodge. This is an Intrawest creation -- their signature three-story heavy wood -- lots of glass and stone lodge with and outdoor deck for the better weather. The main floor has lots of seating space, a small ski…Read More


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Lunch while skiing

Written by Cantin2 on 14 May, 2004

There are a variety of restaurants scattered throughout the village and on the mountain open for lunch whether you're in the mood for pizza, pasta, sushi, fajitas, burgers, chicken, or sweet delights. The ones listed below are most convenient if you're still wearing ski boots. THE…Read More


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Nature's Spa

Written by Cantin2 on 05 May, 2004

Tremblant has beautiful, expansive, and expensive spa experiences at the Fairmont, Hotel Club Tremblant, and the Sonia Blanchard Center, which is very convenient, especially if that's your home for a few days. But Le Scandinave is an experience quite different than any spa I've experienced…Read More


Day or Afternoon Trip to St. Sauveur

Written by Travelny2 on 20 Mar, 2008

St. Sauveur is a great little tourist town about 25 miles south of Tremblant down the highway. I grew up a few miles away from St. Sauveur and this was our main hub for dining, shopping and essentially everything. St. Sauveur has a great restaurant…Read More


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Les Volieres in Mont Tremblant

Written by Babbits on 31 Jan, 2005

This was our honeymoon and first experience with an RCI resort. We received a complementary upgrade from a studio to a one-bedroom unit, as parts of the resort are still in the construction phase. We were not disturbed by noise at all. We…Read More


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Golfing ,rock climbing, the Village

Written by grammak on 12 Aug, 2003

With the course right in front of our unit we would get a first hand view of golfers teeing off. . .some got a little off course and would be almost on our porch. A number of good courses were nearby. The closest…Read More


Apple Picking

Written by Travelny2 on 20 Mar, 2008

You will have to drive about an hour away from Tremblant to do this as most of the apple farms are on the far outskirts of Montreal. There are a ton of them so when you get to your hotel you should just ask what…Read More


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