Altitude: 230 Meters

Tremblant in short

  • Pedestrianised village centre
  • Bright and colourful traditional-style buildings
  • Family-friendly, varied ski area

Mont Tremblant is arguably the best ski resort in Eastern Canada, with 96 slopes and a variety of terrain for all levels. Although relatively low-lying, the ski area is equipped with excellent snowmaking facilities. Enthusiastic early-birds can book a spot with the First Tracks program and take the gondola up the mountain as early as 7:45.

The adorable village centre is constructed in typical Québécois style, with bright buildings and a cheerful vibe. Conveniently situated at the base of the slopes, the village is convenient and very walkable. You’ll have a range of accommodation for all budgets and several options for grabbing a bite to eat before heading to the gondola. You can also stop for a mid-morning break in a mountain hut. Most visitors to Mont Tremblant choose to stay in the village. Being in Eastern Canada, Mont Tremblant is easy and comparatively cheap to reach. You can take a bus for the hour-and-a-half ride from Montréal-Trudeau International Airport.

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Alternate activities

Mont Tremblant offers a plethora of activities for all ages. Horse drawn sledges, dogsleds, dune buggies, fatbikes, helicopter tours, snowmobiling, tubing, winter hiking, wilderness survival and zipline rides all offer different ways to explore the region’s wonderful nature. You can go ice climbing or ice fishing, or visit the bison reserve. Be sure not to miss the Sugar Shack, the ultimate Canadian experience where you’ll learn all about maple syrup and taste traditional “taffy on snow”. When you’re tired out from all these activities you can relax at the spa, indulge in some retail therapy or spend a peaceful night stargazing at the observatory.

Restaurants and bars

Smoke’s Poutinerie Tremblant is a must – here you can choose from more than 20 different kinds of poutine, the quintessential Quebécois dish. For jaw-dropping mountain views, visit the Altitude Seafood and Grill. The Gypsy Tapas Bar is another popular choice. Hit up the Axe Lounge Bar, Fat Mardis or La Forge Bistro Bar and Grill for après, and continue on to the Bar Café d’Époque later in the night.


The ski area at Mont Tremblant is very family-friendly, with specially designed areas for younger skiers. There are plenty of kid-friendly activities plus an indoor play centre. The Kidz Club Daycare takes in children 1-6 years old.

 Apres-ski & entertainment Tremblant

Restaurants 18 Theatre -
Bars & cafes - Casino
Nightclubs & discos - Concert hall -
Cinema -  

 Ski school and ski lessons Tremblant

No. of ski schools 1Private ski lessons; -
No. of ski instructors - Ski lessons1 Days, 5 Hours, CAD 135
Area for beginnersSnowboarding lessons1 Days, 5 Hours, CAD 135
Ski lessons in - Cross-country skiing -

 Facilities Tremblant

No. of hotels 135 Supermarkets -
Total no. of hotel beds - Banks
Total no. of beds -

 Tourist information for Tremblant

Tourisme Mont-Tremblant
001 - 819 - 6814800

 Distances from Tremblant

Railway station
- by bus
Montreal approx. 130 km
From the motorway:Near the motorway

 Tremblant for families and children

Childcare - Magic carpet -
Playground Ski lift for children
Merry-go-round -

  Leisure & sports activities Tremblant

Public saunaFootpaths -
Fitness centreTorchlight descent -
Public solarium - Indoor ice rink -
Massage - Outdoor ice rink -
Spa & wellness Curling -
Indoor swimming pool Snow rafting -
Hot air ballooning - Dog sledding -
Paragliding - Snowmobile tours -
Indoor tennis court - Toboggan run -
Squash court -

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Ski area
Mont Tremblant

Mont Tremblant
Total slopes 79 (km)
Blue slopes 17 km
Red slopes 25 km
Black slopes 37 km
Off-piste 0 km
Lifts (11 )
Drag lifts 0
Chair lifts 8
Gondola lifts 3
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