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The resort of Mont-Tremblant is distinctive thanks to its colorful architecture, and when the village areas are lit up in the evenings, it’s almost like a fairytale town. Tall terraced buildings line the sloping streets, leading up to the snowy mountain peaks where skiers can test their abilities to the limit. Once the snow melts, the natural beauty of the area shines through, with lush greenery and brightly colored flowers covering the mountainside.

Things to see

The tall, brightly colored, terraced buildings of Mont-Tremblant Pedestrian Village give the area a distinctly European feel. Wander around the winding, cobbled streets and you’ll come across many charming boutiques, as well as cafes with displays of fresh pastries piled high, and tables laid out on the pavement so you can really enjoy the view. Once the snowy season comes around, many visitors are here for the Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort, where the zig-zagging mountains allow for many challenging, exhilarating trails. In the evenings, people flock to Casino Mont Tremblant, and although it looks like a ski lodge on the outside, inside it’s full of neon-lit slot machines and gamblers enjoying the thrilling table games. Further excitement can be found at the Circuit Mont-Tremblant, a race track surrounded by trees and greenery, where you can watch racers speed through the challenging twists and turns. A ride on the Express Gondola is essential for tourists who want to get some great photos. Your cable car allows for a smooth ride to the top of Mont-Tremblant, and from there you can hike in all weathers, zip back down on skis, or simply enjoy the observation tower with 360 degree views.

Hotels in Mont-Tremblant

Many Mont-Tremblant hotels are set up for skiers, with ski-in/ski-out facilities making it easier to enjoy a day on the slopes. Four star hotels are often in a classic ski lodge style, with amenities such as full service spas, ski storage, spa tubs, steam rooms, bars, and on-site shops. You can often find rooms with lake views, as well as extras such as fireplaces, jetted bathtubs, rainfall showerheads, and minibars. There are also some more budget options in the area such as motels and guest houses. You’ll often still enjoy an outdoor pool, air conditioning, and free parking, and rooms are comfortable and cozy with cable television, hair dryers, and refrigerators.

Where to stay

Saint Jovite is the oldest part of the city, situated at the foot of the mountain, and overlooking the shores of Lac Tremblant. With rolling green hills covered in trees, and quirky, colorful buildings, it’s a charming area for both ski enthusiasts and those who just want to appreciate the beauty of the area. The landscape around here is rugged and natural, with features carved out of huge rocks, and tall, mature trees wherever you look.

How to get to Mont-Tremblant

Mont Tremblant International Airport has services across Canada, as well as connections to many cities in the northern USA. You can reserve a hire car or taxi to meet you at the airport, and it’s a very picturesque drive that takes just under an hour. There’s also a private shuttle service for some of the major resorts, and you’ll be able to book this when you’ve confirmed your dates. The nearest Amtrak station is in Downtown Montreal, and there are daily services to and from New York City. You can then drive to the ski resorts in about an hour and a half. There’s also a Greyhound station in Mont-Tremblant, with services to and from Montreal, as well as further afield.