at a glance...

645acres of pistes
265m resort height
1.5 hours transfer time
All levels great for
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Resort overview

We all know the Canadian heavy-hitters of Whistler and Banff, but did you know that Canada’s eastern side holds some exceptional skiing as well? Having won numerous ski awards over the years, Tremblant is one of the best and most well-known of the eastern resorts. Situated in the heart of French Canada, in the beautiful Laurentian Mountains, with a ski area that stretches over 600 acres, there’s little not to love about Tremblant.

The resort has retained its old Quebec charm and narrow pedestrian streets are lined with cafés and patisserie shops. The brightly coloured architecture and traffic free streets enrich Tremblant's heritage and display a certain “joie de vivre”, whilst still retaining the resort’s laid back atmosphere. With the resort set in the mountains, access to the slopes couldn't be simpler, with the vast majority of properties being ski in, ski out.

Located only an hour and a half from the vibrant city of Montreal, Tremblant ski resort provides not only a short transfer but also the opportunity to add on a short stay in this fascinating city.

Skiing in resort

Tremblant is an excellent resort due to its varied terrain and relatively even distribution of green, blue and black runs. It’s an excellent choice for families, with great areas for kids to both ski and play.

Beginners will enjoy the dedicated area on the south side of the mountain and the advantage of being able to ski down to resort from most lifts is a real bonus, as it means groups of mixed ability can easily meet up for lunch.

Intermediate skiers are greeted with a good selection of long blues and tree lined runs, set against the stunning back drop of the Laurentian Mountains. Advanced skiers will be in their element as Tremblant is about 45% black runs - the steep gladed runs are a real test for those looking to push themselves. Off-piste skiing isn't as abundant as resorts in places like British Columbia, however there is some challenging terrain on Mont Tremblant's backside.

Après ski

The village provides a charismatic location for après ski, eating and shopping. With traditional French-Canadian style buildings, boutiques and squares offer a relaxing atmosphere to enjoy this eclectic mix of restaurants and bars.

Tremblant also offers some exceptional winter experiences. Dog sledding, tubing, ice skating, cross-country skiing or spa days are all readily available to ensure you make the most of your holiday, on or off the slopes.

Best for...

  • Value
  • Relaxing
Accommodation in Tremblant

All our accommodation in Tremblant is minimum four-star, offered on a bed & breakfast or room only basis, as is common in North America. This however gives you’re the flexibility to venture out and try somewhere new each day and sample the many options available – from poutine and other classics to more gourmet fine dining.

Each of our featured hotels here boast an outdoor Jacuzzi, one of our favourite ways to unwind and soothe skied-out bodies, often with a view to boot!

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4* Ermitage du Lac
4* Ermitage du Lac
4* Ermitage du Lac
Features:
  • Gym
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Ski lockers
  • Car parking
  • Conference
  • Outdoor jacuzzi
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4* Le Westin Resort & Spa
4* Le Westin Resort & Spa
4* Le Westin Resort & Spa
Features:
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Fireplace
  • Spa
  • Outdoor pool
  • Massage
  • Gym
  • Car parking
  • Concierge
  • Conference
  • Outdoor jacuzzi
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5* Fairmont Tremblant
5* Fairmont Tremblant
5* Fairmont Tremblant
Features:
  • Ski in / ski out
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Fireplace
  • Spa
  • Pool
  • Outdoor pool
  • Sauna
  • Steam room
  • Massage
  • Gym
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Car parking
  • Concierge
  • Conference
  • Outdoor jacuzzi
  • Jacuzzi
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Resort guide

Tremblant

The resort
Resort height - 265m
Highest point - 875m

Ski areaTremblant - 645 acres of skiable terrain

Slopes
A good variety of wooded terrain. There is a great two acre beginner area with plenty of runs to progress to.

Green runs 21%
Blue runs 32%
Black runs 47%

Lifts - 11

Season length - November to April

Why choose Tremblant?
- Vibrantly colourful town, with pedestrianised cobbled streets
- Ski in, ski out town
- Impeccably groomed slopes with great snow cannon coverage
- On the East coast so shorter flight times than the West Canadian resorts such as Whistler (2 hours shorter in fact)
- Greatly varied terrain making the slopes suitable for all abilities
- Only 1.5 hours from the airport

Activities
Dog sledding | ice climbing | Scandinavian spa | snow tubing | water park | cross-country skiing | ice skating | indoor pool complex

Transfer time
Montreal - 1 hour 30 minutes

Tremblant area lift pass
6 day lift pass from £265
9 day lift pass from £353

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