Mont Tremblant attracts skiers the world over to its amazing 150 inches of northern powder in the heart of the Laurentians Region.
Experts will head directly to Dynamite which is one of the steepest runs in Eastern Canada or try their skill and luck at Action, Reaction, Expo, Boiling Kettle, Devil's River, Emotion and Versant Soleil. Intermediates can get their Quebecois jollies on Johannsen, Duncan Haut, Geant and Coyote. Beginners should stick by the free moving carpets near the Bell for easy and safe courses.
The mountain features three separate Terrain Parks, which are all packed so full of ramps, rails, jibs, hips, and jumps that they are sure to keep any skill level challenged and entertained. The Advanced Zone is just that, a zone for advanced skiers only. This Terrain Park has some amazing features including battleship rail, rainbow rail, spine jumps, down rail, picnic tables, A frames, C rails, C boxes, flat down rail, fun box, double kinked rail, roller coaster box, flat rail, and if that's not enough you can go test your skills on the impeccably groomed 420 foot superpipe. The Intermediate Zone is also well named, and is a bit downsized version of the Advanced Zone, but just as much fun for any mid level skilled skiier. The beginners and children will have an absolutely fantastic time on the Progression Zone, with tons of features scaled down to their level and requirement for safe fun. The resort's ski school is legendary and offers courses for everyone and anyone.
Vieux Tremblant offers amazing fine dining to the highest Parisian standards at Plus Minus Cafe, which is rated as one of the best restaurants in Quebec. If you are looking to feed the family on a bit tighter budget, some excellent choices include Coco Pazzo Deli, La Chouquetterie, and the amazing all you can eat magnificent cuisine at La Savoie. You have to try Queues de Castor, which are the traditional Quebecois beaver tails made out of fried dough like a big flat churro. Cirque Blanc amusement centre has amazingly realistic interactive video games to perfect all your skills: mountain biking, alpine skiing, kayaking, and snowboarding. It's the ultimate under 21 video sports hangout and if you're there on an evening when Les Canadiens have won a hockey game, the entire place absolutely beyond wild!
Quebec's most universal gift to the world has to be the invention of the snowmobile, so the Quebecois absolutely love their Bombardier Ski-Doos that were created and are still produced in Quebec, not too far from MT. Riding a snowmobile in Quebec is like eating pizza in Naples or sushi in Tokyo—the place where it was born is always the place where it's best! As you can imagine there are plenty of snowmobile outfits which will be more than happy to let you experience Quebec Ski-Doo style: Quebec Snowmobile Tours, Passeport Aventure, Randonneige Quebec, LMS, or Maximage Aventure. Mont Tremblant also has its fully equipped dog sled tours of the area or you can go off site to the backcountry with Les Skis Doux, Expedition Wolf, Matawin Aventure, Evasion Nature, or Aventures Blanches. If you're really serious about getting way in the backcountry, then you can enjoy the amazing wintertime Laurentian scenery from high above the mountains and reach those untouched slopes packed with virgin snow with Heli Tremblant or Heli Star. They'll both fly you in modern, comfortable helicopters absolutely anywhere you want to go.
When you get to the Laurentians, you’ll be convinced that you’re in the French Swiss Alps. The Laurentian Region has some magnificent resorts, which are all imbued with the savoir-faire of the Francophonie. Mont Tremblant has a total of 13 lifts, comprising of five high-speed quads, five quads, one gondola, and one magic carpet. You’ll find 94 trails where you can snowboard on their longest run of almost 20,000feet atop 150 inches of powder. Their trails are rated 17 percent for beginners, 33 percent for intermediates, and 50 percent for advanced skiers.
Mont Tremblant features three separate terrain parks, named the Progression Zone, Intermediate Zone, and Advanced Zone, which are all chock full of jibs, hips, ramps, rails, and jumps. Of course you’ll head directly for the Advanced Zone, which has some awesome features including spine jumps, A frames, C rails, C boxes, flat down rail, fun box, double kinked rail, battleship rail, rainbow rail, roller coaster box, flat rail, down rail, picnic tables, and of course you can try your mettle out on the Olympic caliber 420-foot superpipe.
Right in Mont Tremblant you can climb a frozen cliff face without any prior climbing experience as qualified instructors will teach the basic climbing and safety techniques. Mont Tremblant also has its own dog sled tours or you can go off site to Matawin Aventure, Les Skis Doux, Expedition Wolf, Evasion Nature, or Aventures Blanches. When it’s time to get above it all, what better way to enjoy the incredible Laurentian scenery and get to those absolutely unreachable monster slopes than a helicopter. Heli Tremblant and Heli Star will fly you anywhere you want to go. If you want to go blasting through the powder on a snowmobile right at Mont Tremblant or contact Randonneige Quebec, LMS, Quebec Snowmobile Tours, Passeport Aventure, or Maximage Aventure. Remember that Ski-Doos were born and are still produced in Quebec, so this is one place that worships its snowmobiles!
Head into the European village at Mont Tremblant to check out any of the ten wonderful bars, plus La Diable Microbrewery and the unique Aquaclub. Cirque Blanc amusement centre has amazingly realistic interactive video games to perfect all your skills: mountain biking, alpine skiing, kayaking, and of course, snowboarding. It’s the ultimate under 21 video sports hangout. When the stars shine on Mont Tremblant, so does the nightlife at Le Petit Caribou, or Le Café de l’époque. If you want to brave the one and a half hour drive into Montreal, you will find nightlife that challenges New York for the most outrageous and crazy clubs and bars in the eastern half of the continent. Nobody likes to party more than Montrealers and they’ll be glad to show you! Ooo la la! If you’re around on a night when Les Canadiens have won a hockey game, get ready to party until dawn and far beyond!