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- Entire home
Monthly Winter Rental: Old village of Mont Tremblant. Private 2 bedroom home located 2min walk from lac mercier, directly in front of bike path, 3 parking spaces, fully furnished. Very quiet location. Cross country ski trail is seconds from the house and you are 5 min drive from Tremblant Resort. Free bus service available. A great location for the perfect vacation any time of the year! On the cold winter nights enjoy a warm wood burning fireplace. You may even see deer on the property!
- Entire condo
Nice & cozy studio just 5 minutes away from the Mont-Tremblant Resort and located in the Old Village area. This is the perfect place to enjoy nature close to everything! *Newly renovated condo!!! Enjoy tasty restaurants, shops and activities directly on the spot and within walking distance! Beach, bike path, bike rental, grocery store, playground, skating rink ... 4km to reach the ski resort and the pedestrian village of Tremblant. By car or by shuttle, by bike.
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Your guide to Mont-Tremblant
All About Mont-Tremblant
Nestled on the shore of Lake Tremblant among the Laurentian Mountains of Quebec, Canada, Mont-Tremblant is a haven for outdoor adventurers hoping to ski, hike, horseback ride, and bike the mountainous landscape. Less than a two-hour drive from Montreal, this picturesque mountain village has streets lined with brightly painted, Old World-style buildings that can easily make you feel like you are in the French Alps. Inside the village buildings, you’ll find upscale boutiques, mouth-watering restaurants, cozy coffee shops, and welcoming bars where you can relax after a day on the mountain.
Mont-Tremblant National Park is just north of the village and is home to more than 400 lakes, six rivers, over 50 miles of hiking trails, and nearly 27 miles of ski trails. It is also a great place for wildlife spotting with more than 45 species of mammal and more than 200 bird species.
How do I get around Mont-Tremblant?
The closest airport to Mont-Tremblant is the Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL). From there, it is about a 1.5 hour drive to Mont-Tremblant. While it is possible to take a bus from the airport to the city and then take a public bus from the Montreal bus station, this may be a bit cumbersome if you have a lot of luggage or sporting equipment with you. It may be more convenient to rent a car and drive, especially if you are planning to explore other parts of Quebec. Mont-Tremblant is very small, so it is easy to walk to most attractions within town, including Lake Tremblant and the Panoramic Gondola.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Mont-Tremblant?
Thanks to the myriad of year-round activities, Mont-Tremblant is a great place to visit during all four seasons. Just note that this area is relatively cool and temperate, and packing for rain is always a good idea, regardless of when you’re planning to visit your vacation rental in Mont Tremblant.
In the summer, you can hike along the many trails or swim in the cooling waters of Lake Tremblant. In the spring and fall, the valley and mountainside take on a whole new persona with spring flowers and the autumn leaves giving the area a splash of vibrant color, making these seasons a great time to explore the nearby national park.
During the winter, ski season generally lasts between late November and mid-April, when Mont-Tremblant becomes a hotspot for downhill and cross-country enthusiasts with one of Quebec's most famous ski resorts sprawled across the face of the mountain.
What are the top things to do in Mont-Tremblant?
This soaring mountain is the town’s namesake, and many of the town’s main activities are centered around its peak. While you are here, you can hit the snowy slopes on more than 100 different runs or cross-country ski along nearly 75 miles of trails. Or hike along miles of trails that lead you through pine forests and past gorgeous waterfalls and burbling creeks.
With a sandy beach and tranquil water, Lake Tremblant is a popular spot for getting in or on the water. Lake cruises are a great way to explore this stunning lake with someone else at the wheel, or rent a kayak from a local outfitter and steer yourself around.
For a great bird’s eye view of the Laurentian Mountains and the surrounding valleys, take a gondola ride up Mont Tremblant. Open only during the summer and fall, this breathtaking experience offers a glimpse of the lush green mountainside and the vibrant fall foliage colors.