Whether you’re taking a day trip from Montreal or you’re staying in one of our incredible mountain cabins to finally get some work done in peace and quiet, Mont Tremblant is the perfect place for nature lovers. If the thought of mountains, forests, rivers and fresh air lifts your spirit high, then just imagine how amazing all this is cloaked in the stunning colours of fall. Get lost in the wilderness of Mont Tremblant while enjoying some of its best activities and events (the work can wait…!)
Panoramic Gondola Rides
Take a ride in the panoramic gondola to the top of the highest peak in the Laurentians and prepare to be blown away by the amazing views! Watch a fantastic bird show where trained raptors take flight on the summit of the Laurentians brushing right past you (ok at a safe distance) and flying right above your head! Fill your tummy at Grand Manitou’s quick service counter situated on top of Mont Tremblant – when you’re warm and full, you can stay there for hours!
How about an adventurous hike in the Laurentians via 11 trails that range from 1 km to 11 km? Don’t worry, these trails are suitable for hikers of all levels, and once at the top, you’ll be able to come back down by the panoramic gondola or walking.
If 18 holes are on your mind when visiting Mont Tremblant, Le Diable and Le Géant golf courses with their spectacular plateaus, beautiful fairways and formidable sand bunkers will give you the time and space you need to take your game to a higher level!
Mont Tremblant is home to some really challenging cross-country mountain biking trails. You can rent bikes at rental shops at the base of the mountain and the staff will be happy to give you advice on equipment and trails adapted to your level.
Got some room to maneuver on that credit card? Tremblant’s charming resort village at the base of the mountain has that cute European style and streets lined with exclusive boutiques. Shop for trendy clothes, souvenirs, accessories and winter & outdoor gear – though it’s not the cheapest spree in the world… be warned! For foodies, there are specialty food stores with everything from homemade macarons to tempting gourmet chocolate.
For all history lovers, a 60-minute cruise on the 7.5 mile-long Lake Tremblant is a treat. Aboard the “Grand Manitou” cruise boat, you will enjoy beautiful scenery while listening to stories and legends of Mont-Tremblant. The cruise offers great photo opportunities of the Tremblant resort and the mountain!