Where to Stay & Why - Enjoy your best vacation experiences in Alpine lodgings that offers outdoor enthusiasts, nature lovers, and active families a true paradise. Choose a vacation rental with 1 bedroom and bathroom or more, to make sure you and your loved one(s) can relax comfortably with their own space. You’ll have everything you’ll need - A fully equipped kitchen, spacious living room with TV (cable, hard drive with loads of movies), high-speed internet, long distance calls, washer & dryer, parking, and some of the chalet rentals even have an entertainment room with games or a theater room. Outside, there’s a private deck with a hot tub or pool facing Mont Tremblant with furniture and BBQ grill.
What to See & Do - At 2,870 feet, Quebec’s highest peak is, of course, a major draw for skiers and snowboarders alike. The great mix of terrain provides world-class skiing for winter enthusiasts of all abilities. If you don’t ski, visit the top of the summit for an amazing vista of the Laurentians. Being a place for outdoor activities - it goes beyond skiing. During summer, there’s a beach and tennis club including all water sports. There’s also go-karting, rafting, hiking and biking trails, the Tremblant National Park, and many more.
Where to Eat & Drink - Playing in the snow can be a workout, so give your taste buds a treat by choosing from the many gourmet restaurants and bistros that makes Mont Tremblant a destination of choice for mountain-loving foodies like the snowshoeing tour where you’ll be rewarded with a stop in a rustic cabin for hot fondues where you won’t be able to resist dunking anything in the cheese. For dessert, you’ll be dipping fruits in chocolate fondue while listening to live music.
Craft beer is a big thing around Quebec, so why not grab a pint at Microbrasserie La Diable or Saint-Arnould for tasting local beers. There’s also the L’Altitude Restaurant with highly recommended eats while trying your luck at Casino Tremblant.
How to Get Here & Getting Around - Mont Tremblant International Airport has seasonal direct flights by Porter Airlines to Mont Tremblant from Newark, and from Toronto. The nearest major airport is in Montreal. By car, it’s easily accessible via Autoroute 15 North from Montreal to Sainte-Agathe, where it merges with 117 for the last 30 km. Take exit 119 to Chemin Duplessis and follow indications for Tremblant, which takes about 90 minutes.
Getting around is easier than you think. There’s a bus or shuttle service, taxis, and other rideshare services. For those who prefer to have their own wheels, car rental companies are also available. But the best way is still on foot. Walking is a favorite past time in Mont Tremblant with its quaint cobblestone streets and lively Pedestrian Village.
When to Go - The best time to visit is a highly subjective choice. Ski enthusiasts love to visit in the winter months of November to February. For those who love hiking and trekking, the best months are from June to August. The month of September has the most pleasant temperatures in the year.
There you have it, whether you’re looking for a winter wonderland escape, a summer outdoor adventure, or a fall foliage getaway, Owner Direct Vacation Rentals in Mont Tremblant provides the perfect place to relax and unwind with a view. You’ll be able to experience the ultimate luxury with magnificent Laurentian Mountains as your backdrop.