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Tremblant, Mont Tremblant

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#1 of 77 in Winter Sports in Quebec
Ski Area · Nature / Park
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Year-round outdoor adventures await you at Tremblant in the Laurentian Mountains. Just 130 km (80 mi) from Montreal, the resort is situated on Mont Tremblant, at an elevation of 875 m (2,781 ft). Explore more than 240 hectares (600 acres) of ski and snowboarding trails, and enjoy the scenic views of Lake Tremblant. Depending on the season, the resort offers numerous outdoor activities, from hiking, boating, swimming, and horseback riding in the summer, to cross-country skiing, ice skating, and sledding in the winter months. Put Tremblant into our Mont Tremblant online route planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Mont Tremblant.
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  • Lots to do in the non ski season. Shops, biking trails, nature walks, photographer's heaven especially in the fall and maple leaves change color 
    Lots to do in the non ski season. Shops, biking trails, nature walks, photographer's heaven especially in the fall and maple leaves change color  more »
  • We will return to Fairmount, hopefully, the one-bedroom suite will be refreshed. With shutdowns and reduced capacity it is no wonder that the rooms have not been redecorated and they need it badly. 
    We will return to Fairmount, hopefully, the one-bedroom suite will be refreshed. With shutdowns and reduced capacity it is no wonder that the rooms have not been redecorated and they need it badly.  more »
  • Very nice place to visit. Highly recommend. Great service, good restaurants. Amazing views. Amazing and friendly people. 
    Very nice place to visit. Highly recommend. Great service, good restaurants. Amazing views. Amazing and friendly people.  more »
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  • A truly amazing place! Fantastic ski and snowboard resort village. Winter fun for the entire family. A village full of restaurants and shops for all your needs. 360 degrees of scenery you'll not soon forget. Already planning my return to experience what this mountain village and surrounding area has to offer in its 3 other season. A must-see destination.
  • It’s amazing. Summer is amazing and fall is breathtaking and obviously in the winter, it is very bustling. If skiing your thing, it’s worth a visit. If you don’t want to pay to go to the summit, you can hike up the summit it’s a steep hill at times and going down they don’t check for tickets or check similar cable car ride shorter and it takes you to the casino and the best part it’s free. Lift from the entrance to the little hill also offers nice views. Lots of restaurants and things to see and do so he can just climb in the nature. Overall it’s a great experience
  • We did a short hike Tuesday on the bottom of Vertigo. In spite of the rain soaking us it was amazing. In fact it was so beautiful that we returned the next day and hiked the entire run. ( Confession for the last few hundred steps we plodded up Alpine just to get to the top.) Vertigo starts fairly easy and follows the stream. The upper half, after severe rain turning the trail into small streams gets more intense and steep as you climb. Wear good boots or hiking shoes if you plan to go. And bring fluids to hydrate as you go. I think the only reason we made it to the top was the idea of walking back down was worse after we were 3/4 of the way up. But we did it. For two people in out mid 60s who have never really hiked we still can't believe we did it!! And to pay $9 for the gondola down was well worth it!
  • Tremblant is a great mountain for all levels of skiing and snowboarding. They offer baby hills to expert terrain, so the whole family can enjoy skiing over there. Customer service is absolutely fantastic. Once I went there and my ticket wouldn't scan for some reason; they just gave me a free day ticket instead. I was also lucky to go on a powder day and it was amazing. Even if it's nothing compared to Whistler powder days, it's one, or the best powder I've skied on the East Coast. Totally recommend! Just beware, some weekends, crowds can be a little overwhelming so it's better to go on weekdays.
  • Easily one of the nicest days out with friends and family. The summit of the mountain is quite high (almost 1000 metres). Walking up can take 1 hour if you're very fit or several hours otherwise. The gondola ride (up and down is worth it). Pro tip: buy all your tickets online to avoid the lineups at the ticket booth and to get a discount! The resort itself is very walkable. I highly suggest taking the gondola ride up to the top of the mountain and enjoying the views. Look for the 360 lookout where you can see a 360 degree view all around! The good ---------- * Beautiful views * Enjoyable by all ages * Activities including luge biking ziplining kids trampoline jumping and climbing * Plenty of restaurants and dessert options The bad -------- * Parking can be annoying during weekends and events and you have to park far but there is shuttle service

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