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Destination guide

Make for the mountains in Mont-Tremblant

Strung out as it clusters around lakes and little copses before the rises of the Laurentian Mountains, the town of Mont-Tremblant has several little centers. There's the main town, with its brick-faced churches, independent art galleries, and tree-lined streets. There's the original settlement, its timber-clad boathouses clinging to the edge of Mercier Lake. And then there's the place where the snow heads go: Mont-Tremblant Village. Awash with pedestrianized shopping streets, outdoor equipment shops, ski hires, après bars, and Mont-Tremblant vacation rentals with ski-in access, it's the perfect place to don the salopettes in Quebec.

Things to do

It's all about the mountain in Mont-Tremblant

Ask any snow head and they'll tell you: Mont-Tremblant is all about the mountain. The Mont Tremblant Resort is one of Canada's best established, touting 14 individual lifts and 96 groomed runs for all levels of rider. The main Cabriolet gondola connects the pistes with what's known as Pedestrian Village, where shopping drags and après bars huddle in the streets. Other attractions hide over the ski runs, coming in the form of the wild Mont-Tremblant National Park – a land of sylvan hills, gushing waterfalls, and rugged peaks peppered with moose and wolf packs.


Carving the pistes in Mont-Tremblant

There's a reason that thousands of ski-touting, pole-holding visitors flock to the ice-cream-colored chalets and Mont-Tremblant vacation rentals at the base of the pistes here each winter. As one of Canada's top ski resorts this side of the Rockies, the place is home to winding green and blue runs, along with almost 50 black diamond runs to challenge even the most experienced rider. And when the snow melts, it's all about hiking, biking, kayaking, or hopping helicopters and rumbling ATVs for more adrenaline-pumping tours of the Laurentian peaks.


Calling powder hounds to Mont-Tremblant

Hiking, biking, walking, trekking, fishing, helicopter tours, and wildlife safaris into the Laurentian Mountains might all be on the menu to travelers heading here in the summer months between June and August, but that doesn't stop the wintertime reigning as Mont-Tremblant's top season. When the snows fall and the gondolas start swinging, countless skiers and boarders flock to the resort, filling up the Mont-Tremblant vacation rentals to bursting all the way from November to April.

Natural features

Mont-Tremblant the mountain town

Mont-Tremblant really marks the spot where Quebec's rolling hills and lakes start to rise to the mountain tops in earnest. As you weave through the resort, you'll see as the first of the great Laurentian summits loom overhead, carved with ski pistes and walking trails. Beyond that is the vast wilderness of the Mont-Tremblant National Park, where sugar maple, spruce, and white birch glades meld to form a blanket of forest that creeps over the ridges and hides the waterfalls. Wildlife here includes the rare eastern wolf, Canadian moose, black bears, wild hare – the list goes on.

How to get there

Transportation to and around Mont-Tremblant

Fly into Mont-Tremblant, QC (YTM-Mont-Tremblant Intl.), the closest airport, located 19.1 mi (30.7 km) from the city center.

How many vacation rentals are available around Mont-Tremblant?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 735 vacation rentals around Mont-Tremblant. From 169 chalet rentals to 55 cottage rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.