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Four-season holiday destination and ski resort, Tremblant welcomes families, couples, friends, and groups in the heart of the Laurentians, in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada. Experience true joie de vivre through a selection of year-round activities...more
Hours Today: 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
1000 chemin des Voyageurs, Mont Tremblant, Quebec J8E 1T1, Canada
All reviews north side ski resort lift lines pedestrian village first tracks restaurants and shops ice skating great resort ski school snow conditions great mountain blues festival old village spring skiing ski runs st jovite cable car
This town was everything I have seen on TV and even most beautiful in person the many lakes vast fall colored trees.it felt More like home.best for family vacations and wedding location to me of the year
We go to the mountain every year. It's a perfect winter wonderland for couples, families or friends. the trails are perfect for all levels of skiers or snowboarders, there are great restaurants and stores! it has a bit of everything!
The lovely small ski resort is well decorated and full of excellent French or European restaurants. It has well maintained hiking trails, magnificent landscape, and beautiful water views. I highly recommend anytime to visit.
Got to say first, I don’t think we saw everything M.T has to offer due to it being a little in between seasons, but never the less it was a beautiful town, and easy to see just how good it would be in Summer &...More
Mont Tremblant pedestrian village is very attractive . It's spotlessly clean and all the shops and restaurants are tastefully designed. It's very expensive here with an additional 3% tourist tax added to your bill on top of the other taxes (I'm from the UK -...More
I took the Panoramic Gondola (Adults (13+) $19.34) to the highest peak in the Laurentians, which overlooks Lac Tremblant. Lodging privileges often offer a free ride up (and down) the mountain. Don’t forget your camera. Early morning is best for the shortest lines, and if...More
Took the gondola up Mont Tremblant. At first we arrived in cloud. Note standing at the base you cannot see the actual top to check if clear. Fortunately after about half an hour the clouds parted to reveal spectacular views. There is a lookout a...More
Take the Gondola up and walk back down through the village shops. We only went up the first Gondola as it was foggy and visibility was very poor. It costs an additional $15 to go to the top which didn't seem worth it on the...More
Is an unused Cosco Tremblant lift pass still $60 face value? (3 Replies)
I have two ski tickets I bought at Cosco last winter Feb. 2017 and forgot I had bought them. I spent $150 on the two plus two meal vouchers. I understand that an unused ticket is still worth $60. ( $60 face value...meal vouchers are expired) Is this true???? Can I purchase a lift pass at the ticket wicket at Tremblant this April 2018 using the $60 lift pass towards the purchase of an April lift pass. I am just upset that I forgot about these tickets.....I do not want to waste all that...More
April 01, 2018|
No idea, what do the terms and conditions say on the costco website? I hate when we have tickets leftover at the end of the season, feels like flushing money down the loo.
Upstate New York
Any thoughts on Le Plateau? (2 Replies)
It's been hard to find a condo that will accept dogs for the summer, but I got a response on a 3 bedroom in Le Plateau that sounds promising. I have a vague idea of where Domaine Le Foret is - that is, I can recall seeing a bunch of condos on the hillside, but that's about it. I'm thinking that Le Plateau might be nice because it's walkable to the village (given summer conditions and longer day light - and we're good walkers), but it still looks fairly treed and private. I'm also...More
February 23, 2008|
Le Plateau is a good choice if you have a dog. I own a 2-bedroom at Le Plateau and always took my chocolate Lab on vacation. She loved it there (she is now gone) because there really are lots of woods adjacent to Le Plateau, including a trail into the national park. Even staying out of the national park there are many places to walk your dog, including down the hill to the village (maybe 10 minutes). It is not completely unusual for people to walk their dogs in the village. Le Plateau is...More
New York, NY, USA
Best condo location for family w/ 6 y.o. (4 Replies)
Our family of 3, including a 6 y.o. daughter, is planning a last minute vacation to Mont Tremblant the week before Labor Day (Aug 30-Sept 5). We've been skiing at Tremblant and loved it but have not been there in the summer. We like to do outdoor activities like biking, horseback riding, mini golf, etc. So I have a few questions: 1. We want to stay in a condo that is reasonably close to the resort village (10 min. walk). Being able to ride a bike around the condo would be a plus and the...More
August 21, 2009|
OK check out Pinoteau Village, Club Intrawest. Which are walks just 2 minutes from the village and right across the street from the beach. They also have an outdoor pool. At the mtn check out Les Montage, Or Marriot Residence Inn condos Weather has been hot recently but extended is in the upper 70's for the next 2 weeks. Yes it is warm enough to swim out side, but the lake is still a bit chilly. IMHO