Mont Tremblant is not lacking things to do over the holidays
Over 15 trails fully open
By: John Symon – mtltimes.ca
As unusually mild weather continues in southwestern Quebec, a “snow destination” like Tremblant remains a great place to spend the holidays. Only a few centimetres of snow are on the ground at press time, but artificial snow-making means that 15 trails on 50 hectares are open and groomed.
Beyond the summit-to-base snow coverage on two mountain faces, Tremblant also has a calendar filled with over fifty activities to enhance visitor stays. The list has activities for all ages, ranging from making first tracks in the fresh snow, writing letters to Santa, singing at a karaoke lounge, taste testing fudge, working out with Zumba sessions, playing mini golf, sledding down hills, skating, music, and more. Many of these activities are free for guests staying at the resort.
Tremblant is a top resort destination owing to the excellence of its four-season guest experience both at the mountain and in its pedestrian village. There are also breathtaking views and highly acclaimed major events: IRONMAN Mont-Tremblant, 24h of Tremblant, the Spartan Race, Wanderlust and the Tremblant International Blues Festival. All of this helps explain why SKI Magazine readers have named Tremblant the #1 Ski Resort in eastern North America for an 18th time. National Geographic went even further, putting Tremblant among the World’s 25 Best Ski Towns in 2014.
With your sweetheart, friends, family or group, Tremblant is only a 90 minute drive north from Montreal; bus service is also available. The Tremblant Airport now offers direct flights to-and-from Toronto with Air Canada and Porter Airlines. The resort offers 1,900 lodging units fanned out across 13 hotel establishments, over 75 restaurants, boutiques and a casino, all at nature’s doorstep.
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