Tremblant Living Recommended Activities & Services
Our Tremblant Living team has years of experiencing the best of what Mont-Tremblant has to offer and we want to pass on our knowledge & passion of this region to you.
View our recommended activities and services below:
POPULAR CONCIERGE SERVICES
Treat yourself to a professional massage within the relaxed surroundings of your chalet or condo. Perfect for girl’s weekends or for those that prefer the spa services to come to them.
ADDITONAL CONCIERGE SERVICES & GROCERIES
Private limousine and taxi’s can be arranged for you by our concierge team.
POPULAR SUMMER ACTIVITIES
Take a big leap with this awe-inspiring and exhilarating zipline tour that will take you to new heights. This adventure includes: a guide at all times, all the security equipment, ride on the Panoramic Gondola to the top of Tremblant.
4 kilometers of thrills along 5 ziplines, two of which are more than 1 kilometer long. 6 viewing decks – don’t forget your camera! Captivating presentations about the local ecology and environment.
Mont-Tremblant offers some of the best golf in Eastern Canada. There are 5 world class golf courses within a 15 minute drive from your property. If you are looking for a unique golfing experience there is Tremblant’s Le Geant and Le Diable, access to the Club Link’s private course, Le Maitre as well as the La Belle et La Bete.
Call our concierge to book your next tee time at 1 888 932 1131 Ext 2
Tree to Tree Children’s Course – located at the lower Nansen Trail (approx. 2 hours)
Tree to Tree Full Course – located at the lower Nansen Trail (approx. 2 hours)
Mont-Tremblant National Park has vast territory offering an abundance of nature; rolling hills, lakes, and rivers. Great place to go hiking, biking, swimming, observing animals and much more outdoor fun!
Canoe: a gentle 12 km descent on the Diable River where you can take your time discovering the unique landscape and sandy river beaches for swimming and picnicking. A must during your Mont-Tremblant vacation.
Whether you are at a beginner, intermediate or advanced level, you will never forget this guided hike. Clipped into a steel cable that runs the length of the cliff, you will safely cross a challenging face with built in steps, handles, beams and various types of bridges while overlooking the meandering Diable River far below.
From spring to fall, Kayak Café organizes excursions down the Rivière Rouge with canoes, kayaks and stand up paddleboard, including shuttle service back to the establishment. There are three available runs, 8km, 12km and 23 km. Stop at any of the many beaches. Bring a picnic and make a day of it.
There is one indoor and outdoor pool facility located on the resort, La Source Aquaclub is lots of fun, tarzan rope, clif to jump off, slides, two hot tubs, steam bath and gym.
The Beach and Tennis club at Lac Tremblant is close to the pedestrian village and is equiped wth a snack bar, bar , beach volley ball and other activities.
The Petit Train du Nord is a 200km multi-functional path that goes through the old village of Mont-Tremblant. You can take the trail north past lakes, through forest and fields to the next town of Labelle (16km) There is a great little restaurant in the old Train Station for lunch and a small museum about the Petit Train du Nord close by in a caboose.
You can also eat at the Kayak Bistro (see info below for the link) which is minutes from the bike path. Cyber Cycle in the old village has an excellent selection of bikes for all ages, including bike trailers for young children and children bikes.
The Mont- Tremblant region offers spectacular views and tremendous paths to really enjoy road and mountain biking. Discover Club de vélo Mont-Tremblant suggestions of itineraries and enjoy the Mont-Tremblant biking experience.
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Beautiful location, dozens of walking and running trails, Lake Renaud for swimming, parks and an awesome training circuit around the lake.
Find out about astronomy nights at the Velan observatory on Saturdays (reservations required).
Address: 539, Chemin Saint-Bernard, Mont-Tremblant, QC J8E 1T4
A local’s secret you’ll absolutely love! It’s a great big sand bank on the Rouge River only a15 minute drive away. 6.50$ / adult and 4$ for children under 14 years old – cash only Directions: From the Montée Ryan take the 117 south, take the exit Chemin Brébeuf/ QC-323S, stay on this road until you get to Brébeuf, go over the bridge for the Rouge River, and take your first left on Chemin de la Rouge. You will see a parking lot where the beach access is located. Enjoy our little secret!
Legend has it that a sleeping giant calls Mont Tremblant home, and that upon each of his awakenings, his descendants would return to this sacred land to seek out his ancient wisdom.
What secret does he have to share? Will the journey be a risky one?
Don the amulet of the forgotten people and let your spirit of adventure be your guide, as you follow a mysterious path deep into the heart of this enchanted mountain.
Patrick Bermand – 819-425-6333
Where freshness, quality and simplicity Are key ingredients
Restaurant la Quintessence – 819-425-3400
Regional cuisine with Nordic influence And French tradition
La Petite Cachée – 819-425-2654
Chez Borivage – 819-425-8599
Laurentian and Quebec product
Ital Delli – 819-425-3040
Rustic Italian Cuisine
Pizzateria – 819-681-4522
A must for exquisite pizza lovers Since 1995. Gluten-free pizza dough
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