Always at the top of East Coast skiers’ lists, Tremblant’s winning formula comes from excelling at the basics. It continuously receives rave reviews for lodging, dining, après, and nightlife options.
But what Tremblant is perhaps best known for is its charm and local flavor. The resort blends Old World European style with Disney-esque perfection to create a magical experience both on and off the mountain. The pedestrian village enchants guests with vibrant colors, outdoor fire pits, cobbled walkways and squares, and an open gondola linking one end to the other. The mountain rising above is etched with trails on four faces, and high-speed lifts provide express rides from the base to the top, which means skiing long runs and sustained pitches.
Savvy locals advise starting on the North Side, while tree skiers favor The Edge and Sunny Side. Sure, the lines can be long, especially on weekends, and weather can be bone-chillingly cold, but consider either an excuse to explore the village, try your luck at the casino, immerse in the waterpark, or indulge your inner Canadian and say mais oui to crêpes, poutine, a microbrew, or a beaver tail. – Hilary Nangle
Resort Guide 2022—Tremblant, Qué.
Tremblant in on the Ikon Pass. Ikon and Ikon Base Pass holders get unlimited access to the resort.
From lodging and and dining to off-slope activities and local tips, here are the SKI editors’ picks for what to do in Tremblant, Qué.
Begin skiing 45 minutes before the resort opens. Early access is free for guests staying at participating resort hotels; others may pay for the privilege.
For fine dining by candlelight, opt for Chef Sébastien Houle’s internationally accented tasting menu at sEb L’artisan Culinaire in Mont-Tremblant.
Ride a rollercoaster, drive a race car, or immerse in other interactive experiences at Tremblant Virtual Reality.
Enjoy the interplay of hot and cold by alternating between the sauna, steam room, and outdoor hot baths with cold pools at Le Scandinave, a Nordic spa.
Beer aficionados should hit Le Diable, a microbrewery that brews craft beers on site.
Take a spin on the village ice rink to feel like you’re the star of a Norman Rockwell painting, French Canadian style.
Join a guided, three-mile, summit-to-base snowshoe tour through the woods, breaking en route at a cozy log cabin for a fondue feast.
La Source, the huge waterpark. And don’t forget, Quebec school breaks are typically a couple weeks after American ones. Perfect.