Mont Tremblant’s known best for its slopes, and for good reason. After all, National Geographic ranked Tremblant — with its 96 pristine trails — one of the world’s Best 25 Ski Towns. But the Quebec’s town true charm comes through in warmer months, when locals and tourists mingle on picturesque patios overlooking the Laurentians and Lac Tremblant. For some of Canada’s best mountain adventures, golf links and locally sourced food, head just 90 minutes northwest of Montreal to Le Westin Resort & Spa, Tremblant.
As Tremblant’s largest winter event, 24h Tremblant joins skiers, runners and walkers in a 24-hour relay that transforms the village into a non-stop celebration. Since 2001, the event has raised more than $20 million for local children’s foundations.
Ski and Snowboard Mont Tremblant
With 662 well groomed, skiable acres on four mountain faces, it’s no surprise SKI Magazine readers vote Tremblant the best resort in Eastern North America year after year. But the countless après-ski activities don’t hurt, either.
Every spring, brazen skiers and snowboarders dress up in their hilarious best (like bathing suits and Where’s Waldo getups) to hit the hill … then cross a 75-foot pond. Post-water skiing, celebrate one of Tremblant’s most anticipated and absurdly fun events with drinks at P’tit Caribou.
Après Ski Patios
Ready for an afternoon break from the steep Soleil slope? Learn why mountain sport enthusiasts choose Tremblant time and time again: its unparalleled village. Soak up the Québécois sun while enjoying Canadian microbrews at Microbrasserie La Diable or deer baby back ribs at Seb.
IRONMAN Mont Tremblant
Swim Lac Tremblant, bike low-lying mountains and run parts of the Le Petit Train du Nord railway — or just watch. Your call.
Tremblant International Blues Festival
Pick and choose from the best blues has to offer, to the tune of more than 100 free shows in 10 days. Venues include Place Saint-Bernard, Place des Voyageurs, Place Deslauriers and Vieux-Tremblant.
See Fall Foliage
There are myriad ways to Tremblant’s jewel-toned fall colors; choose from a panoramic gondola to the Laurentians’ highest peak, sail aboard Le Grand Manitou or bike cross-country trails.
Food festivals usually mean days-long gorges … because why not? But the Tremblant Gourmand celebrates active food lovers by pairing to-die-for menus with even better hikes, bikes and runs.