Tremblant is a very popular ski resort in Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains in Eastern Canada. It has seen a huge investment program over the last twenty years and it is now a first class resort that has been voted North America’s premier resort. Tremblant is very colourful with brightly coloured roofs and pastel walls contrasting sharply with wooded hills and mountain peaks with glistening slopes. It is a traffic free, family friendly resort where the French influence can be seen and felt. Tremblant has a good number of restaurants, shops and boutiques. Its hotels, apartments and chalets provide ski in and ski out accommodation. With eighty kilometres of piste, Tremblant offers great skiing to all levels of ability. Three quarters of the runs are suitable for intermediate skiers and the remainder are shared between novices and advanced skiers. Cross country skiers have ninety kilometres of trails. Snowboarders can enjoy a natural half pipe as well as a snow park. Excellent tuition is available from the age of three when skiing and seven when boarding. There are a total of thirteen lifts providing quick and easy access to the slopes. A Tremblant ski holiday offers superb skiing conditions in a pretty resort surrounded by dramatic scenery.
Why Go To Tremblant?
Tremblant is a very picturesque resort which offers all modern amenities, great snow conditions and a range of recreational facilities. It is a relaxed friendly resort where you can stroll along the traffic-free streets enjoying the pretty shops and the inviting restaurants.
Who Is Tremblant Popular With?
A Tremblant ski holiday is popular with a wide range of skiers, including families, as the slopes accommodate all levels of ability from novices to experts. Many British skiers choose Tremblant as it is in eastern Canada and the resort is only ninety minutes from Montreal.
When To Go To Tremblant
The Tremblant ski season lasts from early December until the second week in April. It is also very popular in the summer with golfers and those who enjoy the great outdoors.
Tremblant - The Place
Tremblant is one of the oldest and also one of the most popular ski resorts in Canada. It has been a ski resort since the nineteen thirties but since a massive redevelopment in the nineties it has changed almost beyond recognition. It is a very attractive modern resort with a high standard of accommodation built in traditional Quebec style. Tremblant benefits from pedestrianised streets, good restaurants and interesting shops and boutiques.
Tremblant’s ski area provides eighty kilometres of pistes with ninety four runs accommodating all levels of expertise. For sunny slopes keep to the north side of the resort and ski on the wooded slopes of Le versant Soleil. Novices will enjoy the gentle six kilometre Nansen run on the south side. Experienced skiers have Eastern Canada’s steepest run, the Dynamite and the mogul run of Expo. Versant Soleil offers challenges to advanced and confident intermediate skiers with moguls and jumps. Boarders of all abilities will be delighted by the park that caters for all ability levels. The tree lined runs have a variety of obstacles, jumps and a half pipe. Cross country skiers benefit from ninety kilometres of terrain. A total of thirteen lifts give quick and easy access to the slopes. Ski schools provide tuition in skiing from the age of three and in boarding from the age of seven. Childcare provision is also available.
To complete your holiday satisfaction, Tremblant offers a range of leisure pursuits including dog sledging, snowmobiling, ice skating, tubing and tobogganing. There is also a cinema and an Aqua Club with outdoor hot tubs and exciting slides.
A Tremblant ski holiday offers fun- filled days for all the family.
Although Tremblant has a couple of lively bars, it can in no way be described as a party resort. Evenings can be spent in restaurants, at the cinema or in the Aquaclub, and there is also a variety of recreational facilities.
Tremblant has a pleasant centre with a good number of shops and boutiques supplying all of your holiday needs. There are small art galleries and pottery studios.
Tremblant has an excellent range of restaurants serving a variety of food to accommodate all tastes. There are steakhouses and fast food outlets as well as those serving international cuisine including French, Italian and Mexican. Tremblant eating is generally a relaxed affair in very child friendly eateries.