Mont Tremblant is Canada's largest East Coast ski resort and it's perfect for families. Novices can ski down from almost any lift so it's really accessible for everyone. Plus, the French Canadian culture is amazing - so different to other resorts! Try the French-style bakeries for breakfast.
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Mont Tremblant has been repeatedly voted as the ‘Best Resort in Eastern North America’ by Ski Magazine for over a decade. No other Eastern ski resort does it quite like Tremblant, with its pedestrian-only resort which is great for families. Every lift and every face of the mountain has a variety of runs of all levels. The terrain is particularly suited to beginners and experts. As a ski-in, ski-out resort with reliable snowfall, you will have the opportunity to spend more time on the slopes (and reward yourself with indulgent après afterwards). Quebec’s premier ski destination offers a unique cultural experience that combines the Canadian and the French, resulting in a vibrant atmosphere and the best cuisine.
A ski holiday in Mont Tremblant is perfect for families. There are tons of activities available for both skiers and non-skiers. Enhance your ski holiday by adding in some activities that really make the most of the beautiful location in the Laurentian Mountains. Try snowshoeing through the forest or dog-sledding across open snowy scenery. The world-famous Scandinave Spa is a must visit while you're in town. It provides a hedonistic choice of indulgent therapies and treatments, from pine-scented steam rooms to hot outdoor pool and therapeutic massages. The perfect way to relax those muscles after a day on the slopes!
Need-to-know tips before your ski holiday in Tremblant in Quebec.
When you're planning your Tremblant ski holiday, bear in mind that this region can get bitterly cold in winter. The coldest month is January, with an average high of -7°C and an average low of -15°C. The wind chill factor can make the temperature feel as cold as -35°C, so make sure you pack serious winter clothing including a balaclava.
Sign up at the Guest Services desk for a free guided tour of the mountain, including history, tips and trails.
A ski holiday in Tremblant isn't all downhill - there are more than 100km of scenic cross-country trails.
Altitude Seafood and Grill is a chic lounge restaurant on Versant Soleil, while the main summit building of Le Grand Manitou has had a refurb.
Le Shack is a favourite for warming mulled wine, while Microbrasserie La Diable is the bar of choice for beer drinkers.
We love The Tunnel Trail on Versant Nord. After the first steep slope on the Lowell-Thomas trail, head right and slightly uphill. You'll be rewarded with a beautiful wooded corridor that not many know is there. Les Bouleaux Glafes on Versant Soleil offers a wide, wooded area with some of the best views on the mountain.