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A top spot for ski enthusiasts, Mont-Tremblant is more than its impressive mountain. The area includes a pretty pedestrian town, a sprawling national park and a laid-back village on a lake. Hike up rocky trails, take on snow-blanketed slopes, hit a hole-in-one or simply sit on a sunny terrasse. This spectacular four-season playground is up for whatever, no matter the weather.

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Enjoy all types of Mont-Tremblant activities across the region's districts. For sublime skiing, go to the mountain and the resort town at its feet for après-ski treats. Mont-Tremblant National Park offers loads of options for outdoor lovers. Check out Mont-Tremblant village for the best hotels, stylish shops and restaurants.


Mont Tremblant


Officially French and English

What to eat

Tuck in to treats at beloved après-ski spot Le P’tit Caribou (named as one of the best in North America!), summit snacks at Le Grand Manitou, and pub fare at the Saint-Arnould or La Diable microbreweries.

What to bring back

Outdoor gear from the pedestrian village’s many shops, maple-flavoured candies or fudge from the pedestrian village and your ski passes or lift tickets to remember your time on the slopes.

Fun Fact

The Weskarini Algonquin people gave it its shaky name, naming the mountain Manitonga Soutana (mountain of the spirits) in honour of Gitche Manitou (Great Spirit) who supposedly made the mountain tremble when humans harmed nature.

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