Mont-Tremblant, Canada

  • For the 19th time, SKI Magazine readers have ranked Tremblant as their #1 favorite ski village in Eastern North America.
  • Mont-Tremblant National Park is first national park to have been recognized in Québec. Six long rivers and more than 400 lakes attract kayakers from across the country.
  • World-class restaurants and serene landscapes attract famous visitors, including Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones.
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Trembling Mountain

Canada's largest province and 81 miles northwest of Montreal lies Mont-Tremblant and its famous national park, which includes hundreds of bodies of water and more than 900 square miles of alpine highlands in the Laurentian mountains. Best known for its world-class skiing conditions and 94 trails, the Mont-Tremblant area is also a mecca for fishing, hiking, cycling and golfing. This French Canadian destination feels Scandinavian in nature and has been luring visitors for decades, named "trembling mountain" by local Algonquins. Whether you bring your family to ski or hike, it's a beautiful getaway year-round.

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Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
  • Languages
    English and French
  • Tremblant International Blues Festival
  • Base Elevation
    755 feet
  • National Geographic 2014
    World's 25 Best Ski Towns

Featured Activity

  • Mountain of the Spirits

    Mont-Tremblant's slopes have been continually recognized as amongst the best in all of North America by the likes of National Geographic, Forbes, Ski Magazine and Condé Nast Traveler. Named Manitonga Soutana, "the mountain of the spirits," by the ancient Algonquin Indian tribe, the resort offers four very well-defined slopes.

    First Tracks. Before the slopes officially open, enjoy the best of the powder at 7:45 a.m. Bonus: You can take advantage of breakfast at Grand Manitou cafeteria at the summit.

    Snowparks. Ski Magazine has designated Mont-Tremblant's three snowparks as the creme de la creme. Adrenaline Park, Progression Park and Evolution Park all live up to their namesake.

    Alpine touring. For a different experience, climb the peak and ski down one of 96 different marked trails.

    TAM-TAM Trail for Kids. A new zone for children features sculptures of animals that educate about safety tips and mountain codes of conduct. Kids will also enjoy a treehouse with footbridges, a slide and tam-tams.

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  • Forecasting Your Mont Tremblant Vacation

    Mont-Tremblant's varied weather is a perfect complement to its varied activities. Chilly winters bring an average annual snowfall of 164 inches, creating ideal conditions for skiing, snowshoeing and more. The mild summer and fall, when temperatures reliably range from the 50s to lower 80s, are a time for hiking under lush foliage or taking a dip in the lake.


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