Located just 80 miles northwest of Montreal is a skier and snowboarder paradise. Mont Tremblant doesn’t just cater to snow bunnies; it has a burgeoning nightlife, a social scene with events taking place constantly throughout the year, and a plethora of hiking trails and parks. With this combination of activities and offerings, Mont Tremblant is just beckoning visitors to step foot in their city.
Skiing or snowboarding, which do you prefer? In Mont Tremblant, both types of snow bunnies can ride together on the resort’s 96 different ski trails on four slopes. Even if it hasn’t been a particularly snowy winter, the mountain will still be in great skiing and snowboarding condition thanks to the 1,000+ snow guns. The three snow parks with 30 acres of landscape provide beginners to experts a place to practice and showcase their skills.
When you’ve had enough of the slopes for the day, the Mont Tremblant Village awaits. Shopping in this European-style village will have you walking from candy shops to jewelry stores, high end clothing stores to pottery studios. That’s not all. The bar and restaurant options is just as impressive, boasting cafes, saloons, Italian restaurants and microbreweries. In the village, you’ll find everything you need and then some.
The events that take place in the city are both welcoming to visitors and residents alike. Mont Tremblant hosts the Formula One, Can-Am, and many other car racing competitions on their own Circuit Mont-Tremblant. These events draw visitors from all around the world, and has locals attending, too. The Gran Fondo, a cycling event bringing in hundreds of road cyclists to ride in noncompetitive environments and weekend activities. This is a great place to come and enjoy the outdoors, see some incredible cyclists, and join in on the fun.
Head out of the town and drive 30 minutes to reach Quebec’s largest National park, Parc national du Mont-Tremblant. Here, you’ll see moose, white-tailed deer, and wolves. The scenery is breathtaking, as the Laurentian Mountains covered in maple forest surround the park and six rivers flow throughout the grounds. You can even rent canoes and kayaks and explore the 400 lakes and streams in the park!
Montreal is a mere 2 hour drive from Mont Tremblant, and it’s a must while in the area. Head to a few local spots that make poutine, a famous Canadian dish or smoked meat, another favorite among the locals. After your food adventure, walk down St. Paul Street where you’ll get a taste of the classic, European atmosphere and architecture that Montreal offers. Basilique Notre-Dame is another place to go for beautiful architecture; its ornate gothic designs are a sight to see!
Getting to Mont Tremblant from out of the area is best done by flying into Montreal and making the 2-hour trek. The resorts at Mont Tremblant offer shuttles (for a price) to and from the airport, so check those out before choosing to rent a car. While in Mont Tremblant, there is good public transportation, so a rental car is not necessary. You can also walk many places, but if you’re interested in making day trips then a car is recommended.
With over 1,300 vacation rentals listed on Tripping.com, you’re bound to find a place that suits your vacation needs. Choose a cozy cabin and snuggle up with someone special next to the fireplace or rent out a lakefront condo do you and your ski buddies. You can even choose a slopeside rental and stay right in the heart of the skiing and snowboarding action. With this many choices, you can personalize your vacation to make it just how you want it.
Looking for a vacation rental in Mont-Tremblant? Tripping.com has 1096 vacation rental homes available in Mont-Tremblant. You'll find 6 studios, 316 1-bedroom, 323 2-bedroom and 451 rentals with 3 or more bedrooms ranging from $25 a night. For extra convenience, many of these vacation homes can be booked directly online.
The average price of a nightly rental in Mont-Tremblant is $282 while the average price of a weekly rental is $2722. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Mont-Tremblant home is $13812.
Wondering if you can bring your dog or cat along with you? There are 105 pet-friendly vacation rentals available in Mont-Tremblant. In addition to accommodating pets, Mont-Tremblant rentals offer a variety of amenities. In particular, 957 rentals have Internet and WiFi, 942 have TV and/or cable and 556 have a pool or hot tub.Search properties from 9 vacation rental sites in Mont-Tremblant where the top providers in that area are HomeAway, TripAdvisor, and Booking.com. There are 463 HomeAway rentals, 267 TripAdvisor short term rentals and 128 Booking.com vacation rentals.