After several days of skiing or riding, treat yourself to some hard earned entertainment and relaxation in Mont Tremblant. There’s a long list of off-mountain things to do in Mont Tremblant base village, from spa time to late nights in the casino. Tired muscles will love an afternoon at the Scandinave Spa, on Montee Ryan. Soak in the many baths and tubs, relax in a eucalyptus steam bath or Finnish sauna, or opt for one of their renowned Swedish, hot stone, thai-yoga or deep-tissue massage. Spend a couple hours
Mont Tremblant Activity Centre, located at the Place St-Bernard, serves as the epi-center of Mont Tremblant outdoor activities. Here you can find out about the Mont Tremblants many offerings, from dog sledding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and cross country skiing tours to horse-drawn sleigh rides, ice fishing or ice climbing excursions and exhilaration helicopter tours.
Adventures Neige snow tubing park is a Mont Tremblant family favorite. Kids of all ages will love sliding down the park’s eight lift accessed tracks.
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With 17 percent beginner terrain of the resort’s 94 trails and an outstanding and conveniently located “learn to ski or ride” zone, the Mont Tremblant beginner skiing qualifies as exceptional
ont Tremblant is unlike many ski resorts in that it offers first timers a secluded learning zone. Equilibre is located just above the main base area to looker’s left, and features a surface lift (magic carpet) and a small chairlift, ideal for learning to ride. The slopes are gentle in this area and first timers will love the fact that the only trail the area intersects with is a green one, in fact that entire left side of the Versant Sud (South) side is green runs. Newbies don’t have to worry about speedsters zooming by thanks to innovative Mont Tremblant beginner terrain.
If you have a little more exerpeince under your belt, but still prefer green runs, you’ll be pleased to know that you can enjoy the two main areas of Mont Tremblant, Versant Sud (South Side) or Versant Nord (North Side). The best Mont Tremblant beginner terrain is decidedly locates on looker’s left of the Versant Sud. In fact, the resort’s longest run Nansen is located in this area and is a don’t-miss green run.
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Mont Tremblant’s renowned and charming car-free village attracts year-round tourists and Canadians on weekend getaways. Ski vacationers on a budget will find that Mont Tremblant’s lodging options accommodate a variety of clientele, but the majority of lodging options are economy and affordable condo units. A Mont Tremblant budget ski vacation extends beyond just affordable lodging, the village—despite looking like it’s straight out of a postcard—offers a wide variety of inexpensive places to nab a bite to eat.
Just see how far your dollar can stretch with Ski.com’s top Mont Tremblant’s budget hotels and condos.
Located in the heart of the pedestrian village on Chemin au Pied de la Montagne, Le Lodge de la Montagne features wonderfully appointed hotel rooms, as well as stylish suites offering a fireplace and a fully-equipped kitchen. After a day of fun in the sun or on the trails take a refreshing dip in Le Lodge de la Montagne’s pool and relax in the sauna and whirlpools.
La Place Saint Bernard offers a variety of spacious units, most of them with fireplaces and fully equipped kitchens. Spectacularly located on Chemin des Voyageurs, La Place Saint Bernard provides you with the best of both worlds; lodging at the heart of the action plus direct access to the slopes. Not to mention free access to the pool, hot tubs and sauna of Aquaclub La Source.
Incredibly elegant, you’ll hardly know you’re staying in a Mont Tremblant budget hotel at Tour des Voyaguers. Located on Chemin Cure Deslauriers, the hotel units feature a relaxing fireplace and a fully-equipped kitchen. Other amenities include a soothing whirlpool session and fitness room.
Breakfast, lunch or dinner you can expect an exceptionally tasty and affordable meal at Creperie Catherine. You can watch your crepe being made for you at this family-owned establishment, located on Kandahar. Enjoy a gourmet lunch at a modest price at La Sandwicherie Café on Chemin du Village. A slice and a beer is always a great go-to after a satisfying day on the slopes, and Restaurant Pizzateria on Kandahar is one the best affordable Mont Tremblant restaurants. The menu features a wide-variety of gourmet, thin-crust pizza options ideal for lunch or dinner. And if you’d like a side of beer with your food, a meal at the Microbrasserie La Diable is on order. This microbrewery serves up hearty, affordable pub fare that really hits the spot after a day in the cold.
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The Mont Tremblant dining scene offers a wide variety of options for everyone to the ski vacationer on a budget, a family that needs a fun, relaxing meal and even the seasoned foodie or wind aficionado. It’s all there for the taking on a Mont Tremblant ski vacation.
For breakfast (and lunch or dinner for the matter), one of the best place in the base village is indelibly the Creperie Catherine, who’s menu provides healthy and irresistible options for breakfast, lunch and dinner that will fancy both everyone’s palates. Le Shack, on Chemin de Chappelle, is a great place for an après-ski snack, lunch or affordable meal. It’s also great if you have a large group who can’t make up their mind on where, and what, they want to eat. The menu has everything from burgers and sandwiches to beef and fish entrees. There’s nothing like a slice and a beer after a full day on the slopes, which is why a meal at the Restaurant Pizzateria on Kandahar is in order. The menu features a wide-variety of gourmet, thin-crust pizza options ideal for lunch or dinner.
For some authentic Mexican to spice up the cold Canadian winter nights, head to Café Guacamole Y Salsas, on rue Saint-Jovite. They serve homemade tortillas, excellent Mexican classics and fresh, simple margaritas. If you find yourself craving some traditional French food and an exceptional fine dining experience, Le Cheval de Jade, on Rue de St. Jovite, is worth a reservation, or two.
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If you have a penchant for speed, steeps, moguls and especially challenging glades, then the Mont Tremblant expert skiing will meet your terrain preference and then some. With 39 percent advanced terrain (black diamond) and 11 percent expert (double black diamond), the Mont Tremblant expert skiing certainly packs a punch.
The Mont Tremblant expert terrain is well dispersed throughout the ski area, ensuring that seasoned skiers can easily access the goods no matter where they are. Most ski days start from Place St. Bernard, or the main village at the base of Verdant Sud (South Side). If you want to get the legs warmed up, head up Express Flying Mile and you have a couple challenging options, but Flying Mile under the chairlift will earn you some Hollywood points. When you’re ready for more, head up the Telecabine Express, which drops skiers at the top of Mont Tremblant’s 2,871-foot Grand Manitou summit. From here the options are endless: zoom down Versant Sud’s famed steeps, like Vertige to Zig Zag, or to Versant Soleil (Sunny Side) for some challenging tree skiing, or drop into Versant Nord for the resort’s best sustained blacks. The Edge, which is accessed via Versant Nord’s green run Letendre below Lowell Thomas chair, is another incredible glade zone you don’t want to miss.
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With 40 trails to enjoy together, a plethora of ski in, ski out accommodations, a vibrant car-free village, a renowned ski school and beginner area, plus an affordable aqua and fitness center the whole family will love, to name a few, a Mont Tremblant family ski vacation should be a top choice for your next mountain getaway.
Mont Tremblant’s self-contained resort makes it an incredible—and convenient—experience for families. To make it even easier, families will want to stay in or very near the charming base village. Mont Tremblant has an extensive list of family-friendly accommodations. We, at Ski.com, have narrowed down the best options for you. Below, you’ll find our top pick for family lodging. To learn more about this property, call, or chat with, one of our knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.
• Conveniently located less than 250 yards from the chairlifts, the Country Inn & Suites is situated in the resort’s idyllic base village and makes getting around and making everyone happy a cinch. Families love the hotel’s continental breakfast, outdoor hot tub, saunas, babysitting services and laundry facilities. Ice skating, tubing, shopping and dining are all right there.
• Four-star Fairmont Tremblant is also an incredible family option. This ski in, ski out hotel really takes family convenience and amenities to the next level. The kids will love swimming in the indoor and outdoor pools, just as parents will love soaking in the indoor and outdoor hot tubs. Other amenities include ski storage, concierge services, full-service spa, laundry facilities, 24-hour front desk and onsite restaurants.
The whole family will love watching their choice of crepes made in fresh in front of them at family-owned Creperie Catherine. The Creperie’s menu provides healthy and irresistible options for breakfast, lunch and dinner that will fancy both parents and children’s palates. Refuel with a nice plate of pasta at casual Ristorante E Caffe Ital Delli, on Chemin Principal. The owners really know what families—particularly parents—need when dining with the whole crew. The offer a children’s play area in the corner of the restaurant where fussy kids can stretch their legs, while parents enjoy their meals. To please everyone, including your bank account, Le Shack, on Chemin de Chappelle, is a great option. The menu has everything from burgers and sandwiches to beef and fish entrees, plus plenty of tasty appetizers that kids love. If you’re a family that like to spice things up a bit, Café Guacamole Y Salsas, on rue Saint-Jovite, will hit the spot. This is another great bang for your buck establishment with homemade tortillas and excellent Mexican classics.
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With 33 percent of the resort’s 654 acres and one of the best snowmaking and grooming systems in North America, the Mont Tremblant intermediate skiing is among the best on the East Coast.
The Mont Tremblant intermediate terrain is spread out all over the mountain and sometimes takes a little navigation to access, since the first or second half of the trail is black or green. But for the best sustained groomer, head down Versant Soleil (Sunny Side) to Toboggan run. The trail runs next to a popular glade zone, so if you’re feeling up for the challenge hop in and out of the trees. If you’re looking to make quick laps and get as much skiing in as possible Versant Sud’s Express Flying Miles or TGV or Versant Nord’s Expo Express chairlift offers plenty of accessibility to picture-perfect cruisers.
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Mont Tremblant provides a variety of ski vacation preferences with options, including skiers and snowboarders looking for inexpensive accommodations to five-star experiences. Below, you’ll find Ski.com’s top picks for budget, family and luxury lodging choices.
• Spectacularly located on Chemin des Voyageurs, La Place Saint Bernard offers spacious units with fireplaces and fully equipped kitchens—ideal for penny pinchers looking to save money on dining out. Guests are afforded free access to the pool, hot tubs and sauna of Aquaclub La Source.
• The four-star, ski in, ski out Fairmont Tremblant is also an ideal family option. Kids will love wading and splashing around in the indoor and outdoor pools, while parents will relish soaking in the indoor and outdoor hot tubs. Other amenities include ski storage, concierge services, full-service spa, laundry facilities, 24-hour front desk and onsite restaurants.
• A stay at four-diamond, five-star Le Westin Resort should be in order for those who seek luxury experiences. This ski in, ski out resort sits at the foot of the slopes, providing incredible access and convenience. Guests can expect high-end amenities, including the ever-popular Heavenly Beds, an outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, a full-service spa, steam room/sauna, a concierge and 24-hour desk and room service.
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Nestled in the Laurentian Mountains sits Mont Tremblant’s colorful, lively car-free village. This idyllic Old World-style setting is a luxury experience it itself, with great shopping, dining and plenty of postcard picture opportunities. As soon as you arrive you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported to a historic European commune. If you’re looking to escape and unwind, Mont Tremblant is an ideal mountain getaway since there’s an overabundance of world class spa experiences, like the Spa Scandinave to choose from. Oh, and did we mention the skiing? Mont Tremblant boasts 1,000 snowmaking guns and some of the best capabilities on the East Coast, so the snow conditions on Tremblant’s 95 trails are guaranteed to be perfect.
Mont Tremblant is home to a handful of top-shelf lodging experiences. We, at Ski.com, have done the work for you. Below you’ll find our top picks in the luxury category. To learn more about these properties, call, or chat with, one of our knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.
For the ultimate Mont Tremblant luxury digs, a stay at four-diamond, five-star Le Westin Resort is in order. This ski in, ski out resort sits at the foot of the slopes and provides exclusive views of Lac Temblant. Guests can expect high-end amenities, including the ever-popular Heavenly Beds, an outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, a full-service spa, steam room/sauna, a concierge and 24-hour desk and room service.
Mont Tremblant Fine Dining
You’re in Quebec after all, aside from a France ski vacation, nowhere else can offer such incredible gourmet French cuisine. Le Cheval de Jade, on Rue de St. Jovite, is one pleasurable Mont Tremblant fine dining experience if we do say so, ourselves. The menu is decidedly traditional French with classics like Bouillabaisse and foie gras. Foodies will also enjoy sEb L’Artisan Culinaire which combines French faire with innovative techniques and local, seasonal produce, meats and fish. Wine aficionadas will also be pleased with sEb’s cellar offerings.
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If your idea of a good night on the town involves late nights, DJs and lots of dancing, then the Mont Tremblant nightlife will certainly please. Come nightfall, Mont Tremblant’s idyllic base village transforms into a lively place for night hawks, with a slew of experiences to fit every preference.
Mont Tremblant is synonymous with a lively nightlife scene, and the reigning king of the night is indelibly the famed Café Bar d’Epoque. The multi-level bar features dancing cages generally full of young ladies showcasing their moves, a fun bunch of bartenders who often dance on the bars when their favorite songs come on and a well-loved DJ who typically takes requests. Be prepared to back to your accommodations late.
If your evening tastes trend towards something a little more low-key, then be sure to stop by Microbrasserie Le Diable for some locally made beers and some good conversation.
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