Mont Tremblant region is a resort world that allows you to experience a true change of scenery. Much like a kingdom, resembling a small European village but with large city amenities, this is a cosmopolitan oasis in the middle of a beautiful natural setting. An enchanting and magical land where the legends of ancient cultures live on and everyone lives in harmony with nature. If you are a winter lover you will be able to enjoy a whole multitude of outdoor activities and take part in a huge array of major sporting and cultural events that will fire up your inner creator. All in all you will be captivated by the beauty of the area and charmed by the warm welcome and joie de vivre of the residents.
At 875 meters of elevation, Tremblant is the highest peak in the Laurentians: pure challenge in the shape of 628 acres spread out over 4 mountain faces. In fact, Tremblant has the most skiable terrain in Quebec, enough to thrill everyone from novices to weekend warriors to seasoned skiers looking to rock their world.
With 94 runs serviced by 13 state-of-the-art lifts, the mountain dominates a stunningly beautiful countryside. Here, those who live for the great outdoors and love to breathe clean air have the perfect playground. A paradise where ski and snowboard enthusiasts are both spoiled silly: 18 acres of ramps, rails and jumps as well as an Olympic calibre superpipe.
Taste the freedom, dare the mountain, live Tremblant to the fullest!
After a full day, let yourself be swept away by the undeniable charm of our picturesque pedestrian village: here the mood is always festive. Catch a few of the sunís last rays on an outdoor terrace. Stroll the brightly lit streets. Enjoy this moment in time. When the sun goes down, the atmosphere lights up! Experience after-ski Tremblant style: linger in one of our casual bistros or cafes, or gather together for dinner with friends; thereís a tempting variety of restaurants in the village, from light and easy to superb gourmet with Italian, French, Savoyard, Mexican, Breton and local Quebec flavours. Then, party down in our vibrant bars and night spots.
Directions to Mont Tremblant Resort
The Lac Ouimet is located 90 minutes (130 km/80 miles ) North of Montreal via the Laurentian Autoroute 15 onto highway 117 to St-Jovite, then follow the signs to Mont-Tremblant village.
Its a 6 to 7 hour drive (520 km/325 miles) East on Highway 401 then onto Autoroute 40 towards Montreal, exit on Autoroute 13 North to the 640 East and then on Autoroute Highway 15 North and then onto the 117 to St-Jovite.
From New York:
Take Interstate 93 North to 89 North to the Canadian border, then follow signs to route 15 North and follow directions from Montreal as above.
Take autoroute 93 North, then 89. At the border it becomes 10 West. Then, take autoroute 15 North and follow directions from Montreal as above.