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Aerial view of Mont Tremblant resort and lake in autumn

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Fresh air and deep forests

Tucked within the Laurentian Mountains, Mont Tremblant is a picture-perfect ski town. Lake Tremblant gleams in the background, while the nearby Mont Tremblant National Park offers endless activities and things to do. In the winter, visitors ski, snowboard, and skate on the outdoor rink by the Saint-Bernard Chapel before warming up in one of the village’s cozy cafes. The summer months see the lake fill with canoers, and outdoor enthusiasts flock to hike through the sugar maple and yellow birch forests.

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When to visit

There’s never a bad time to make a trip to Mont Tremblant—hikers love to visit in the summer to backpack on the long trails in the national park, and it becomes a haven for snow sports once winter comes. The fall brings the beauty of the changing leaves, and the contrast between the blue lake and red maple leaves is unmissable. Visit in May for quieter slopes, while the end of September is the peak season to see the leaves.

Getting around

Between the main sections of the centre-ville (downtown) and the Tremblant Resort village, Mont Tremblant is easy to access. The pedestrian village is charming to explore, with restaurants, cafes, and outdoor stores, while the downtown is full of history and public art. A frequent bus runs between the two areas—to head to the resort, catch the bus on Rue Labelle, opposite Jasey-Jay Anderson Park. Shuttles also run between parking lots and resorts, so you can enjoy your trip without worrying about parking.

Traveler tips

Check the schedule for Première Scène for a chance to experience Quebecois culture—this performing arts venue is housed in a stunning old church and hosts frequent concerts and comedy shows. It’s also a hotspot for local events. To get there, you can take the bus from downtown, heading towards the mountain, and get off at the Du Village and Du Couvent stop.

People Also Ask

Is Mont Tremblant worth a visit?

Yes—surrounded by stunning nature but full of dining, shopping, and entertainment options, Mont Tremblant offers something for everyone. Whether you want to spend every day challenging yourself on the slopes or you’d prefer to explore the art galleries and boutiques of downtown, Mont Tremblant is popular for a reason.

How do you spend a day in Mont Tremblant?

Begin your day on the slopes—ski or snowboard during the morning, and enjoy the stunning scenery before spending the afternoon wandering the Tremblant Resort village. Enjoy a cozy dinner in a local eatery, and refuel with a hearty bowl of poutine.

What to do in Mont Tremblant if it rains?

Embrace the weather and go for a hike. With a national park so close, don’t let the weather stop you from exploring. Otherwise, you can take in downtown and visit the art gallery of Salle Alphonse-Desjardins or discover the rotation of exhibitions at Place de la Gare.

What is Mont Tremblant known for?

Mont Tremblant is known for its incredible winter sports opportunities—the mountain boasts 102 trails with options for all experience levels. It also has access to over 1,200 snow guns to ensure excellent trail conditions, no matter the weather.

Is Mont Tremblant walkable?

The pedestrian village at the mountain's base is filled with quaint chalet-style buildings, inviting exploration. It’s easy to find restaurants and shops close to your accommodation. The downtown is a little more spread out, but a frequent bus service makes for a convenient trip.

Does Mont Tremblant have a beach?

The small beach of Parc Plage overlooks Lake Tremblant, accessible from the pedestrian village and a popular spot to swim and sun in the summer months. An on-duty lifeguard keeps the area safe while visitors play in the refreshing water.


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