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MONT TREMBLANT TRIP? TICK.

Nestled in the Laurentian Mountains, picturesque Mont Tremblant is just a 90-minute drive northwest of Montreal. It’s the biggest ski resort in Eastern Canada, with manicured pistes weaving across more than 750 acres. But Mont Tremblant holidays aren’t just for skiers. You’ll find all sorts of activities to enjoy here during summer, when the snows melt away to reveal glistening lakes, hiking trails and scenic cycle paths.

Filled with charm and character, Mont Tremblant was designed to feel like a French ski resort. As you stroll down the pedestrianised streets in the morning, the aroma of freshly-baked croissants wafts through the air. And, come evening, the authentic restaurants dish up juicy steaks, cheese fondue, and fish-filled bouillabaisse served with crusty bread.

Most hotels in Mont Tremblant offer doorstep skiing, so you can hit the slopes in no time at all. Skiers and snowboarders can zoom down dozens of pistes, as there are runs for all abilities. Other winter activities include fat-biking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. And, at the end of each busy day, you can go for a dip in your hotel’s pool. Or immerse yourself in the vibrant après scene, which has laidback lounges, lively sports bars, and everything in-between. 

Prefer to explore when it’s warmer? Mont Tremblant holidays are just as fun in summer. You can go swimming and kayaking at Lac Tremblant, or relax on the powdery shoreline. Tee off on two Championship golf courses. Or discover endless biking and hiking trails in the surrounding forests and mountains.

Whether you’re drawn to the snowy slopes or the sun-soaked lakes, our Travel Specialists will help you plan the perfect holiday to Mont Tremblant. Tempted? Speak to our team to find out more.

Winter holidays

Summer holidays

Mont Tremblant hotels

Best time to visit

Winter holidays

As Canada’s winter snows cover Mont Tremblant, the area transforms into a hugely popular ski resort. Featuring the two highest mountains in the Laurantians and more than 100 pistes, this place has options for all abilities. Some runs curve through the snow-dusted pines, while others offer sweeping views over the valleys. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, a skier or a snowboard, you’ll find a run to suit you. And the lifts are very speedy, so you can get across the resort really easily. 

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Want to ty something a little different? Hire fat-bikes for the day and go cycling through the foot-deep snows. Or give cross-country skiing a go. After an action-packed day on the slopes, you can return to Tremblant Village to enjoy the après scene. Sip mulled wine in cosy lounge, cheer on the local team in a rowdy sports bar, or dance the night away to live DJs.

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Summer holidays

Mont Tremblant holidays are associated with skiing, but this place is just as impressive in winter. On the picturesque shores of Lac Tremblant, you’ll find sandy beaches and a number of activities. You can spend your days swimming in the clear waters – there’s a lifeguard on duty at all times – or simply relax on a lounger. Play tennis on the lakeside courts or get out on the water when you hire canoes, kayaks or rowing boats from the Centre Nautique Pierre Plouffe.

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Elsewhere, Rouge River’s calm, shallow waters are ideal for paddle-boarding and swimming. Why not pack a picnic and spend a day by the river? Or, for an adventure, you could go on a self-guided canoe trip down the 12-kilometre Diable River in Mont Tremblant National Park.
Back on dry land, there’s a selection of cycling trails for all abilities, ranging from gentle loops to challenging mountainous routes. And keen golfers will be in their element with two 18-hole Championship courses to choose from, Le Diable and Le Géant.

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Mont Tremblant hotels

Whether you’re travelling as a couple or a family, our handpicked Mont Tremblant hotels tick all the boxes. Fairmont Tremblant is one of our favourites. This luxury hotel is right at the foot of the mountains, so you can pop on your skis and head straight out the door. When you get back, you can unwind with a treatment in the spa, go for a dip in the outdoor pool, and take your pick from three fabulous restaurants.

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But if you want to stay in the heart of the village, check out Le Westin Resort & Spa. You’ll be just a stone’s throw away from local restaurants and shops, as well as the ski lifts and hiking trails. And the heated outdoor pool and whirlpool is the perfect place to relax.
Planning a summer getaway? Le Grand Lodge Mont Tremblant is right on the shores of Lac Ouimet, so you can go swimming, hop in a kayak, and chill out on the beach. The comfortable suites have options for couples and families, and each one comes with a great view.

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Best time to visit Mont Tremblant

If you’re planning to spend your Mont Tremblant holiday on the slopes, you’ll need to book for winter. The ski season runs from late-November until mid-April, when a thick blanket of powdery snow covers the mountains. As you’d expect, this time of year can be extremely cold, with temperatures dropping as low as -15°C – so make sure you pack plenty of warm clothes.

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Alternatively, to make the most of the great outdoors in the sunshine, you should plan your trip for summer. Between June and August, temperatures hover in the low-twenties – ideal for cycling, hiking and watersports.
If you’re looking for a good deal on your holiday, consider going in May, September or October. These months are slightly cooler, but you’ll still find a fantastic range of things to do – and fewer crowds.

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Show Less

Winter holidays

Winter holidays

As Canada’s winter snows cover Mont Tremblant, the area transforms into a hugely popular ski resort. Featuring the two highest mountains in the Laurantians and more than 100 pistes, this place has options for all abilities. Some runs curve through the snow-dusted pines, while others offer sweeping views over the valleys. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, a skier or a snowboard, you’ll find a run to suit you. And the lifts are very speedy, so you can get across the resort really easily. 

Show More
Show Less

Want to ty something a little different? Hire fat-bikes for the day and go cycling through the foot-deep snows. Or give cross-country skiing a go. After an action-packed day on the slopes, you can return to Tremblant Village to enjoy the après scene. Sip mulled wine in cosy lounge, cheer on the local team in a rowdy sports bar, or dance the night away to live DJs.

Show More
Show Less

Summer holidays

Summer holidays

Mont Tremblant holidays are associated with skiing, but this place is just as impressive in winter. On the picturesque shores of Lac Tremblant, you’ll find sandy beaches and a number of activities. You can spend your days swimming in the clear waters – there’s a lifeguard on duty at all times – or simply relax on a lounger. Play tennis on the lakeside courts or get out on the water when you hire canoes, kayaks or rowing boats from the Centre Nautique Pierre Plouffe.

Show More
Show Less

Elsewhere, Rouge River’s calm, shallow waters are ideal for paddle-boarding and swimming. Why not pack a picnic and spend a day by the river? Or, for an adventure, you could go on a self-guided canoe trip down the 12-kilometre Diable River in Mont Tremblant National Park.
Back on dry land, there’s a selection of cycling trails for all abilities, ranging from gentle loops to challenging mountainous routes. And keen golfers will be in their element with two 18-hole Championship courses to choose from, Le Diable and Le Géant.

Show More
Show Less

Mont Tremblant hotels

Mont Tremblant hotels

Whether you’re travelling as a couple or a family, our handpicked Mont Tremblant hotels tick all the boxes. Fairmont Tremblant is one of our favourites. This luxury hotel is right at the foot of the mountains, so you can pop on your skis and head straight out the door. When you get back, you can unwind with a treatment in the spa, go for a dip in the outdoor pool, and take your pick from three fabulous restaurants.

Show More
Show Less

But if you want to stay in the heart of the village, check out Le Westin Resort & Spa. You’ll be just a stone’s throw away from local restaurants and shops, as well as the ski lifts and hiking trails. And the heated outdoor pool and whirlpool is the perfect place to relax.
Planning a summer getaway? Le Grand Lodge Mont Tremblant is right on the shores of Lac Ouimet, so you can go swimming, hop in a kayak, and chill out on the beach. The comfortable suites have options for couples and families, and each one comes with a great view.

Show More
Show Less

Best time to visit

Best time to visit Mont Tremblant

If you’re planning to spend your Mont Tremblant holiday on the slopes, you’ll need to book for winter. The ski season runs from late-November until mid-April, when a thick blanket of powdery snow covers the mountains. As you’d expect, this time of year can be extremely cold, with temperatures dropping as low as -15°C – so make sure you pack plenty of warm clothes.

Show More
Show Less

Alternatively, to make the most of the great outdoors in the sunshine, you should plan your trip for summer. Between June and August, temperatures hover in the low-twenties – ideal for cycling, hiking and watersports.
If you’re looking for a good deal on your holiday, consider going in May, September or October. These months are slightly cooler, but you’ll still find a fantastic range of things to do – and fewer crowds.

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