The five sectors of the region and their attractions
Mont-Tremblant’s world-wide reputation has not been refuted since the opening of the ski resort in 1939. In winter, the exceptional quality of its slopes and its natural snow conditions make skiing enthusiasts happy in all sports. In the summer, the mountain is known for its hiking trails, perfect for an intensive cardio session or a walk. Enjoy delicious and varied dishes from the many on-site restaurants. Relax in the comforts of a nearby holiday vacation home rentals. Or party in one of the bars or at the Casino for an entertaining evening.
With its festive terraces, warm bistros and tables among the best in the Laurentians, downtown St-Jovite is a gathering place par excellence in the Mont-Tremblant region. Its unique architectural heritage, ancestral church, antique shops and small shops will transport you to another era and will certainly charm you. Relaxation, pleasure and escape guaranteed!
The Old Village
Located near the resort, the old village is one of the classics of Mont-Tremblant. A real little piece of paradise and authenticity; there are several lodges, inns, small shops, friendly cafes and delicious tables. Bordered by the bike path, a few minutes from the P’tit Train du Nord and very close to the beach of Lake Mercier, you can rent canoe, bikes, pedal boats and enjoy ample sun. There is also the artistic exhibition center of Place de la Gare and many cultural activities.
Mont Tremblant National Park
The beauty of the territory and the purity of the landscapes of this national park make it definitely a must for visitors from all over the world. On site, practice your favorite activities: snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, hiking, via ferrata, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, cycling, fishing, rabaska, pedal boats, surfing. All within a 30-minute drive of Mont-Tremblant resort.
Located in the heart of Mont-Tremblant, this ecotourism center is the perfect place to gather all the family. In summer, take a picnic at Lac Raynaud Beach, watch the stars at the Vélan Astronomy Pavilion, visit the Birds’ Garden or crisscross the 40 km of trails and meet white-tailed deer, blue jays and others species. In the winter, practice on the Wheeler course and put on your skis, snowshoes and walking shoes.
(Source: Mont-Tremblant.ca, adapted and translated)