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Mont-Tremblant Offers Hundreds of Family Adventures in One Place

More than ski hills, this town in Quebec's Laurentians has five exciting areas to explore.

Mont-Tremblant Offers Hundreds of Family Adventures in One Place
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Just a short drive from Montreal, choose the Mont-Tremblant region for your next family adventure. With picturesque scenery, abundant outdoor activities and a warm, friendly atmosphere, the area promises to delight visitors of all ages.

Read on to find out where to sleep, where to eat and what to do in the Mont-Tremblant region.

Tremblant Resort

Mont-Tremblant Offers Hundreds of Family Adventures in One Place

Wander the quaint cobblestone streets of Tremblant Resort, lined with boutique shops, cozy cafes and gourmet restaurants. Hike, bike, enjoy outdoor music or simply soak up the mountain vibes.

Where to stay

The Holiday Inn Express & Suites Tremblant Hotel is located in the heart of Mont-Tremblant village. The kids will love the outdoor pool and grown-ups will appreciate the hot tub.

Also great: the Tour des Voyageurs Hotel

Where to eat

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Enjoy freshly made pizzas and pasta at A Mano Trattoria, a traditional Italian restaurant with a friendly atmosphere. Or stop by the Resto-Bar Le Shack for pub-style food including thick milkshakes and a kid's menu.

What to do

You don’t need snow to enjoy the mountain. Take a ski lift to the top before riding down on the Skyline Luge Mont-Tremblant. Adults can get three rides for $30. Peewee tickets (for kids three foot seven and under) cost $9. Don’t worry about going too fast, you can control your speed for a leisurely cruise or a thrilling joyride.

When night begins to fall, take the 1.5-km nocturnal walk along Tonga Lumina, a magical, illuminated experience through the woods. Tickets cost $29 for adults and $19 for kids aged 3 to 12.

The Village

Mont-Tremblant Offers Hundreds of Family Adventures in One Place

The Old Village , as the locals call it, is where you’ll discover the local charm of the region complete with a converted train station, picturesque church, shops, cafes and a great view on the shores of Lac Mercier.

Where to stay

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Relax in style at the lakeside Château Beauvallon, which has both an indoor and outdoor pool and a shuttle service to Mont-Tremblant Resort.

Where to eat

In business since 1902, the Au Coin Pub Gastronomique is a village fixture and local favourite. Come by for Sunday brunch or a casual supper.

What to do

Active families will enjoy cycling sections of the 234-kilometre P’tit Train du Nord, the longest linear park in Canada.

Domaine Saint-Bernard

Mont-Tremblant Offers Hundreds of Family Adventures in One Place
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Hike or bike the endless forest paths at Domaine Saint-Bernard, a 1,500-acre ecotourism park and haven for nature lovers.

Where to stay

Stay at the Grand Lodge, a Scandinavian-style hotel with its own beach. You’re just minutes from both Domaine Saint-Bernard and Mont-Tremblant Resort.

Mont-Tremblant Offers Hundreds of Family Adventures in One Place

Where to eat

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Drive just 10 minutes to the downtown region and enjoy a meal with fresh local flavours at Chez Borivage.

What to do

Spend a day at Lac Raynaud Beach where stand-up paddle boards and canoes are available to rent for $20 per hour. When your day is done, enjoy a stargazing night with a guided presentation at The Velan Pavilion, an observatory at Domaine Saint-Bernard. Tickets cost $22 for adults and $12 for children.

Downtown

Mont-Tremblant Offers Hundreds of Family Adventures in One Place

Visit the downtown Mont-Tremblant area for a true taste of the Laurentians. Here you’ll find art galleries, boutiques and a self-guided heritage tour.

Where to stay

For a comfortable stay with family-friendly amenities like a four-season swimming pool and in-room kitchenettes choose the AX Hôtel.

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Where to eat

Indulge in the expansive brunch menu at L’arôme Café-Bistro, or for authentic pizzas cooked in a real wood oven visit Le Vieux Four.

What to do

Take a dip at the Complexe Aquatique Mont-Tremblant, which has both a fun pool for the kids and a 25-metre semi-Olympic pool. Entrance costs $10 for adults and $6 for kids.

Parc national du Mont-Tremblant

Mont-Tremblant Offers Hundreds of Family Adventures in One Place

The first national park created in Quebec, Parc national du Mont-Tremblant is an outdoor playground that can be accessed all year long for hiking, biking, clinbing the via ferrata, kayaking, canoeing and paddleboarding.

Where to stay

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Book a chalet or pitch your tent and camp at Parc national du Mont-Tremblant to stay right in the heart of nature.

Also great: Farouche

Where to eat

Indulge in a culinary getaway at Bistro Le Loch, with a great meal and views of Lac Supérieur.

What to do

Check out the Via Ferrata to traverse the rock wall of Vache Noire Mountain. Most routes are suitable for those aged 14 and up with one route available for children as young as 11. Prices range from $45.75 for kids, to $85 for adults.

Explore all that the Mont-Tremblant region offers across its five districts—through forests, on beaches, and along rivers—all with breathtaking Laurentian views.

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For more information, visit mont-tremblant.ca/en

This article was originally published on May 13, 2024

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