Mont-Tremblant is gorgeous year round, but the breathtaking colours of the fall season really stand out. So much so, locals have dubbed this short mini season “les couleurs” (French, for the colours). For a few weeks that start in the end of September and run through October, tourists from Quebec and around the world flock to the Laurentians to witness the majestic mountains light up with gorgeous colours. Tourists and locals alike have an assortment of fall activities in Tremblant to chose from to marvel at nature’s opus. For the adventurous, helicopter and plane tours are available from numerous activity providers in the Tremblant region.

Mont-Tremblant’s National Park has a seemingly infinite number of hiking trails, for all levels and family members. Most popular among them is the Via Ferrata, an experience that is similar to rock climbing.

Want to get the amazing views without the treacherous climbs? Take the Mont-Tremblant Gondola to the top, and take in the fantastic views from the highest peak in the Laurentians. Still pleasing the adventurous types, there are Zipline courses that offer safe thrills for families in Tremblant and the Laurentian region. For those of us who prefer a more serene approach to enjoying the season, you can rent bicycles or rollerblades and enjoy the Petit Train du Nord, a mostly flat and well groomed path that runs over 200 km from Saint Jerome to Mont-Laurier, passing through Mont-Tremblant.

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Finally, to soak up the beauty if the season in the most relaxed fashion, indulge in a trip to the spa. Or, if you are lucky enough to have one at home, stay in!

So grab a sweater, and enjoy the crispness of autumn. Tremblant Living Luxury chalet rentals are the ideal place to get cozy after a full day of fresh air. Our chalets have fireplaces, hot tubs, balconies to watch sunsets and dark nights for stargazing.

Contact us at 1-888-932-1131 or browse our gorgeous Tremblant Cottage Rentals then make an online reservation inquiry.