The village at Mt Tremblant

You’ll notice lots of hustle and bustle on our streets. You won’t, however, find any cars. That’s because once you’re in Tremblant alpine village, you’re just steps away from unique boutiques, restaurants, pubs & clubs, plus a vast choice of slopeside accomodations. Which means that although you can safely navigate about town without a vehicle, you’ll never be short of delightful spots to park yourself…

The mountain at Mt Tremblant

Tremblant has been voted the best ski resort in eastern North America by SKI magazine. Nestled in the Laurentians in Quebec, Canada, this mountain is a skiing and snowboarding paradise. Just a 1½ hour drive from Montreal. The perfect place for your next ski vacation.
Interesting Facts about Mount Tremblant:

  • Elevation at the summit: 875 meters (2871 feet);;
  • Vertical drop of the south side : 645 meters (2 116 feet);
  • Annual snowfall average: 382 cm (150 inches);
  • Snowfall for 1996-1997: 482 cm (190 inches);
  • Snowfall for 1997-1998: 280 cm (112 inches);
  • Snowfall for 1999-2000: 343 cm (138 inches);
  • Snowfall for 2000-2001: 348 cm (140 inches);
  • 248 hectares / 610 acres of skiable ground;
  • 188 hectares / 464 acres of fabricated snow;
  • Up to 7 months of ski per year;
  • 92 trails;
  • Total length of trails: 75 km (46,6 miles);
  • Longest trail: Nansen – 6 km (3,75 miles);
  • 77 hectares / 31 acres of glades;
  • Trails that reach 42 degrees of inclination;
  • Trails classification:
  • Beginners: 17%
  • Intermediate: 33%
  • Expert: 50%;
  • Snowboard:
  • Access to every trail in addition to 2 specially designed areas for snowboarders;
  • Number of snow-blowers: 790;
  • Number of ski-lifts: 13;
  • Lift capacity: 27 230 skieurs/heure;

Relaxation in the heart of the nature

Four-season activity :
Finnish Sauna, Norwegian Steam Bath, outdoor Jacuzzi, Swedish Massage, Swimming in the river year-round, Nordic waterfall, deer observation. Only two or three hours are required to enjoy this relaxing activity in the heart of nature. Come alone, with your friends or colleagues, rain or shine, year round.

Tremblant golf

Golf Le maître

Like its designer, Le Maître de Mont-Tremblant – a Fred Couples Signature Design – is very popular. Bordering the picturesque Riviere du Diable, the par-72 course opened May 31, 2001, as a ClubLink Premium Member Club with access for guests of affiliated resorts. Le Maître spectacularly tumbles over 260 acres of scenic riverfront that includes dramatic elevation changes, glorious scenic vistas, dense forests and pristine waterways. It also features a state-of-the-art practice facility with target greens, a 13,000-square foot clubhouse, two exterior tennis courts and a swimming pool. Fred Couples, a winner of 14 PGA Tour events including the 1992 Masters, worked with Gene Bates of Couples Bates Golf Design in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, and Cooke-Huxham International Golf Course Architects in Montreal.

Golf Royal Laurentien

This superb 18-hole, par 71 of 7,000 yards championship calibre is rated one of the top 10 in Québec. Located south of Tremblant. Dining room, terrace, practice range, chipping greens, private beach, tennis court and lodging on-site.

Golf La Bête

Gray Rocks’s new golf experience: “La Bête”, a championship calibre,, 6800 yard, 18-hole layout designed by Graham Cooke and Associates. It combines everything the discriminating golfer expects: Truly incredible scenery as it wanders along the Devil’s River Valley, immaculate grooming with bent grass tees, greens, and fairways, and a layout that will prove to be among the best in Canada.

AcquaClub Mont-Tremblant

Come and discover the magic of a Laurentian forest at “La Source” Aquaclub pools. We’ve thought of everything! Soak in our whirlpool baths under the stars or take the plunge that refreshes from the Tarzan rope. “La Source” fitness centre is designed for those who seek out a healthy lifestyle and energising activity. Our professional and attentive fitness trainers will help design a workout program to meet your needs!