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Located in the Laurentian mountain range of Quebec, Mont Tremblant (which literally means ‘Trembling Mountain’ in French) is a world renowned ski resort. The original village, located around seven miles from the more modern ski resort at the foot of the mountain, is quiet and serene but it’s the more colourful ski village where most of the action can be found. As well as a big range of classic winter sports, including skiing and snowboarding, you can also try more unusual activities like dog sledding. It’s not all about the winter either. In summer the Mont Tremblant National Park is ideal for climbers, kayakers and other thrill seekers, with plenty of spa facilities available to soothe your body after an active day out.
The Village - This is the name usually given to the old, original part of Mont Tremblant located a few miles away from the more modern resort. It’s a great place to stay to access the National Park that surrounds it, one of Quebec’s first.
The Resort - Also known as the Pedestrian Village, this modern resort was overhauled in the 1990s, with a distinct nod to the past. Its cobbled streets and colourful buildings were modelled on Montreal’s Old Town.
Domaine de la Forêt - A nearby area that’s nestled on the hillside and gives great access to a network of ski and walking trails near the main resort.
Domaine Nansen - This quiet, secluded and private area is made up of a small handful of elegant homes nestled peacefully on the south side of the mountain.
The Mont Tremblant ski resort was first opened in 1939, making it the second oldest in North America, but was significantly overhauled in the 1990s. Built by Intrawest, the company behind the Whistler resort, it was modelled on the Old Town area of Montreal, featuring pastel coloured houses. Its ‘no vehicle access’ policy adds to the old-world atmosphere. In the winter sunshine it looks almost impossibly beautiful and offers great access to the nearby slopes.
Obviously the main attraction here in Mont Tremblant is the skiing and snowboarding on offer but there’s plenty more to do besides hit the slopes. You can ice skate, go dog sledding, take an alpine tour or simply relax in the spa. There’s a big programme of events throughout the year too, with the Caribou Cup and Rock & Ride Rockstar @ Tremblant being two of the biggest. In the summer there is tennis, mini golf, panoramic gondola rides or the chance to explore the National Park on an eco-tour. After a busy day of activities, there are some excellent fine dining options on offer too.