Easter in Mont-Tremblant is a wonderful time of year, offering a second chance for a ski vacation as well as plenty of opportunities to celebrate a holiday that doesn’t usually get a lot of press, at least in comparison to the end-of-year holidays we all love! Taking place on April 9th this year with ski season not scheduled to end until April 23rd, this unique opportunity to play in the snow, while hunting for Easter eggs will make you the hero of your family! Spend your days playing in Pedestrian Village, skiing on the slopes, shopping, and dining at local restaurants, and come home every night to the comforts and luxuries offered in our Tremblant Living holiday hideaways. This guide to what could potentially be your new holiday tradition will prepare you for a Mont-Tremblant Easter weekend vacation filled with fun, excitement, and memories you will cherish forever!
Always Something Happening at Pedestrian Village
If you have visited Mont-Tremblant before, you already know that much of the fun that goes on here is centered in Pedestrian Village and Easter is no exception! The Village will provide Easter celebrations all day, ensuring that families traveling with children won’t have to bear the wrath of their littles by skipping something holiday related that is so very important to them. Start the day out with a delicious delivery from a variety of Easter Bunny helpers, (everyone knows that Easter is a busy day, so the big bunny employs the help of friends!) the eggs they pass out are, of course, all of the chocolate variety, and destined to sate any sweet cravings you or your family may have. In addition to the bunnies, there will be makeup artists painting creative designs on the hands of your little ones, and a variety of games to be played, helping burn off all that excess sugar energy, much to the relief of parents! And because you can’t really consider it a celebration without music, there will be live entertainment playing all day, proving once again that Pedestrian Village is THE place to be on this beautiful Easter Sunday in 2023!
Brunch with the Best of Them
Mont-Tremblant Casino is always a great place for Sunday Brunch, and Easter Sunday promises to be no different. Offering haute cuisine favorites at its Altitude Restaurant, the classic Easter dishes promise to be on the menu as well, ensuring that travelers get their fill of ham, eggs, and probably some very delicious treats! Reservations are recommended, and as it gets closer to the big day, there will be more information on what meals you can expect.
Hit the Slopes
Not every activity has to be something traditionally considered Easter related, and because there still should be another week before ski season ends, we suggest you get in one final day on the slopes! If you didn’t bring your own gear, there are a variety of shops in town that will rent everything you need for a beautiful and athletic day on the mountain. And after a long day of riding the lifts up and skiing back down, après ski at local spots such as Le P’tit Caribou or Le Shack promises to help you warm up in the most delicious of ways. La Diable Microbrasserie is another popular après ski spot, offering pub grub for meals and beverages that will warm you from the inside out. Every beer on their menu is made on-site from 100% natural ingredients, proving once again that you can stay healthy while having a great time.
Come Home for Mont-Tremblant Easter Weekend
All your holiday traditions can be performed in our Tremblant Living holiday hideaways, while also offering incredible views that will speak to your soul. Boil and decorate Easter eggs in our fully equipped kitchens and then hide the eggs in nooks and crannies outside; if it is too cold or too snowy, our homes are large enough to provide plenty of hiding spaces inside, ensuring that everyone stays warm, cozy, and dry. Watch your favorite Easter movies on state-of-the-art televisions, keep fires burning in all the fireplaces, offering up another barrier against the early spring chill, and create an Easter feast to be devoured at our large dining room tables. At the end of the day, guests can carry the little ones up to bed, tucking them in and giving one last kiss on the cheek before heading to their own bedrooms, preparing for a night of deep sleep and happy dreams. Soak in deep tubs with a glass of wine and soft music playing in the background, feeling your muscles loosen and any troubles drift away, before climbing into soft beds topped with even softer linens!
Reserve your favorite holiday hideaway today and discover a new way to celebrate the Mont-Tremblant Easter weekend holiday!