Set within the Laurentian Mountains, Mont Tremblant is year-round outdoor destination known for its winter sports, golf courses and nearby national park. Sharpen your skiing and snowboarding skills, try your hand at ice fishing or explore the city’s trendy apres-ski spots and shopping village.
Things to do in Mont-Tremblant
Located on the shores of Lake Tremblant, the Mont Tremblant Ski Resort is known for its renowned winter sports, golf courses and pedestrian-friendly shopping village. It also offers tubing at the base of the mountain every night.
You’re spoilt for choice with adrenaline-pumping activities in Mont Tremblant, from snowmobiling to dog sledding. Ice fishing is a beloved Canadian pastime, where you can visit frozen lakes and admire the mountainous landscape as you try to reel in pike, perch and smallmouth bass.
Browse the quaint boutiques and chain stores at Mont Tremblant’s European-style village, then visit Sugar Shack for taffy or ice cream. Indulge in the area’s best apres-ski spots, from the Microbrasserie La Diable with its craft beers to the Nansen Lounge where you can enjoy drinks by the fire.
Admire the natural beauty of Mont-Tremblant National Park, where you can traverse forested hiking trails, then visit the lake for an afternoon of canoeing or join a dune buggy excursion. If you want a challenge, hike the D1 Trail in Le P’Tit Train du Nord’s Linear Park, which offers views of the Laurentian Mountains to Mont Tremblant.
Getting around Mont-Tremblant
You can access Mont Tremblant by flying into Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, located 124 kilometers away, or by taking an intercity bus from Montreal. You can explore the city centre on foot, while buses, taxis and rental cars can be used to travel further afield.