Mont Tremblant – in the Laurentian mountains of Quebec has long been famous as a first class winter resort. It has some of the finest skiing and snowboarding in Eastern North America and the resort has always been exceptional.
Now, with a fantastic pedestrian village at the base of the mountain it has transformed itself into a truly year-round experience.
The village, with fine restaurants, bars, patios, superb shopping, art galleries ensures there’s something for everyone and every taste, no matter whether you are relaxing apres ski, or if you are looking to spend a few hours exploring.
The village is built on a hill at the base of the mountain and does have a small gondola that runs from the base of the village to the top, so it can save you some uphill walking. Just take the gondola to the top of the village and work your way down and explore all it has to offer.
Another tip is to check out Tremblant and its village in July, as it annually hosts the Tremblant International Blues Festival and plays host to some of the best acts from the world of blues, rock, R&B, bluegrass and more.