Tremblant Resort is ranked the #1 ski resort in Eastern North America. There are over 600 acres of groomed terrain for skiers and snowboarders, and the 95 runs can accommodate people of all ages and skill levels.
For a relaxing day during the winter months, rent a pair of snowshoes or cross-country skis and discover the quiet beauty of the Laurentian mountain range in winter. There are over 80 km of trails with rivers, lakes, lookouts, and heated shelters.
Adventurers and adrenaline junkies can jump on a dune buggy and take an off-road tour through the Club Iroquios trails on the northern edge of the national park! To explore further, dogsleds and snowmobiles are always available. Ice sheets up the mountain slopes are breathtaking, so why not try ice climbing?
Take the family out on a frozen lake to learn about ice fishing! Kids will love to snowtube in downtown Tremblant, and the sleigh rides are always a blast! Why not grab a hot chocolate from a little café, and head down to do some ice skating by Saint Bernard’s Chapel?
There are many places to help you fight off the chill. Visit one of the town’s art museums, browse the boutiques, try out the restaurants, taste test at the microbreweries, and rejuvenate at one of the spas. The Scandinavian baths are always a favorite; rotate through body warming, cool water rinses, and relaxation in the heart of nature.
There’s no shortage of things to do in the summer either! The views are magnificent, so hiking or horseback riding if you prefer solid ground. To get a view from the top try the gondola, take a plane tour, or even a helicopter ride! There are always boat cruise tours or pontoons rentals for coastline scenery.
Watersports are abundant in Mont Tremblant! You can learn to wakeboard, waterski, wakesurf, and go tubing. White water rafting can be a real adventure, and surfbikes are a must! If you’re looking to have a relaxing day, rent a rowboat, go fishing, swim, play volleyball, and soak up the sun at one of the beautiful sandy beaches. You could even attempt to discover one of the secluded beaches along the Red River.
Off-road dune buggy tours are available year round, but there’s no better way to see the forest than from the top of a zipline/aerial course. Try the newest gravity adventure ride called sky luging, play paintball, and go rock climbing. Don’t forget to check out the outdoor concerts all summer long!
If parents need a break, there are watersport day camps for kids. Adults can make a stop off at the casino, visit the spa, or choose from one of the four golf courses in the region – La Belle, La Bete, Le Diable, or Le Géant. There’s no better way to play golf than surrounded by these breathtaking views.