Top things to do at Tremblant this summer
A top resort destination, Tremblant never stops refreshing its offer. In addition to the $14.1M announced to enhance next year’s ski and resort vacation experiences, several new attractions are this summer’s big surprise. While its event lineup includes some new elements, activities are now better than ever and buildings sport fresh makeovers. With its charming pedestrian village and European cachet, its mountain, lake, two golf courses, bike trails and full summer event programme, Tremblant is the perfect hot weather destination the whole family will enjoy!
Tour des Voyageurs I – Renovations: Since winter, the Place des Voyageurs hotel complex has been welcoming guests into a fresh new decor, renovated guest suites and updated common areas representing a $3.7M investment.
Homewood Suites by Hilton – Renovations: The hotel complex on Place Saint-Bernard is undergoing a makeover poised to be completed by early summer ‒ a new look that lines up perfectly with the hotel brand’s 100th anniversary.
Casino de Mont-Tremblant – 10th Anniversary: For this exciting gaming venue’s 10th anniversary, 10 days of fun and festivities are lined up from June 21-30 under the theme Ensemble, on fête!
Samurai Pub – Expansion + Added Seating: The popular sushi restaurant has recently undergone an expansion: it now offers 36 extra seats. With a new chef on board, there are also new dishes to discover.
Yaoooo Pizza Pub – New Decor + Patio: Pizza lovers are sure to enjoy this Old Tremblant restaurant’s fresh new decor and revamped patio.
Grand Manitou – Expansion + Makeover: The legendary summit chalet now offers 400 extra seats, and remodeled foodservice areas. The place par excellence to admire superb Laurentian views!
Lolë Tremblant – New Decor: The rue des Remparts boutique has a fresh new look for its sports and yoga apparel, prêt-à-porter and accessories for active women, in addition to offering a number of free wellness workshops.
Magasin de la Place – Expansion: The specialized running, cycling and swim boutique is now bigger and better than ever – a must-revisit address!
Galerie d’art Pion – New Address: From its new location at the top of Promenade Deslauriers, the gallery now offers talented artists better visibility.
Tonga Lumina – Refreshed Experience: New elements have enhanced this illuminated interactive, immersive mountain night walk designed by Moment Factory.
Virtual Reality Tremblant – New Indoor Activity: Unique experiences on new immersive virtual reality simulators, with over 15 virtual games for all ages, tastes and skill levels.
Cycling & Golf – New Equipment: Partial replacement of rental bicycle and golf cart fleets, for the pleasure of sports fans of all calibres.
Tremblant summer schedule
Crossroads Tremblant – Enhanced Program: The 2nd edition of this cycling festival for riders of all ages and skill levels offers an enhanced program with the addition of the new Gravel Fondo, and a special family program for kids and parents. Kicking off the bike season in a big way, these new activities add plus-value to a list of competitions, demos and festivities!
Lolë White Tour – New Location: The 4th edition of this ever-popular yoga session draws hundreds of yogis decked out in white, here to celebrate peace, hope, equality and unity, now on Saint-Bernard Chapel grounds.
Canada Day Weekend – A Tragically Hip Tribute Show complements other musical performances on this long weekend brimming with family-friendly fun, activities and entertainment. On the menu: Free shows, Banzaï troupe, Canada Day Parade, flag-raising ceremony and cake, free outdoor shows and fireworks are sure to please both tall and small!
Tremblant International Blues Festival – Must-Attend Shows: Over one hundred free shows presented in the pedestrian village’s intimate setting, with 10 days of fun and festivities and a lineup featuring Mr. Sipp, Big Sam’s Funky Nation, Larkin Poe, Dawn Tyler Watson, Christian Malette Big Band, Fantastic Negrito, Eric Gales Band, Samantha Fish and the Porn Flakes – Tribute to Woodstock.
Banzaï Weekend – Longer, Fresher Version: Take in this longer version of Banzaï ‒ because more is definitely better! At 2:00 pm: Dancing, games of skill, treasure hunt, storytelling, magic and juggling. The action continues early evening when families learn a choreographed dance number. At 7:00 pm, join the parade travelling from Place des Voyageurs to Place Saint-Bernard, and attend an exciting show with interactive games, dancing, singing, videos filmed during the day, live music, participation prizes and starlight dancing too!
Sam Roberts Band – Musical Weekends: Sam Roberts exploded onto the Canadian music scene in 2002. Since 2011, the band’s albums have topped industry charts, earning it an enviable reputation and several Juno awards along the way. Having performed the world over, they’ve played alongside music legends like the Rolling Stones and AC/DC. Other artists are expected to climb on stage too, during this incredible weekend of music.
Mont-Tremblant Half-Marathon – Host of Coupe Québec Viens Courir: In addition to its usual 1, 5, 10 and 21.1 km race distances, for its 10th anniversary edition Tremblant is hosting the new Coupe Québec Viens Courir, aimed at reuniting the province’s top road athletes while offering runners of all ages a unique experience.
Wanderlust – Headliners: This four-day festival draws top yoga and wellness instructors: Sri Dharma Mittra, Lyne St-Roch, Annie Langlois, Matt Giordano, Audrey Sckoropod, Dawn Mauricio, Yogiraj Alan Finger & Sarah Platt-Finger, and Matt Phippen. Free Saturday evening performance by India Arie.