Ski right up to your abode and come into the entry way heated floors and all. Take the chill off as you stow your skis, pull off your boots, and plan your evening. Stay in for dinner (full kitchen in house) or go out (restaurants and bars galore just down the path in the resort's terrific pedestrian village).
Not ski season? New to the area? You'll be surprised how many things there are to do and see in the Mont Tremblant. Bike trails, lakes and water sports, hiking, golf courses, festivals, fine dining, deer watching, and a superb race track for the automotive enthusiast.
Dine at the nearby town of St. Jovite .... or the lovely old village... not to mention the pedestrian village which has nightlife to suit most tastes. And year round you can visit the top of Mont Tremblant for the most spectacular of views. Take the gondola to the top, or if your in training for an Iron Man, make the hike. :-)