#1 overall resort in the East
#1 for on and off mountain dining in the East
#1 resort for dining and lodging in the East
#2 for Apres Ski and service in the East
#2 for off-mountain activities in the East
- Ski Magazine 2012 Resort Survey
The sun rises in the East, sets in the West, and Tremblant ranks no. 1. That's 15 years running, if you're counting. (Tremblant is.) True, fewer U.S. readers make it to the snowy Laurentians north of Montreal. But those who do consistently rave about the charming French village squeezed between lake and mountain. "A beautiful place," says one reader. "I'd move there in a minute." Tremblant's rankings are stellar: no. 1 in Service, On-Mountain Food, Lodging and Dining; no. 2 in Après, Lifts and Off- Hill Activities. With its lively slopeside plazas connected by narrow shop-lined alleys, the original Tremblant sets the Eastern standard for planned ski villages. The richly Quebecois sense of place adds fun and culture, and highend hotels and restaurants rub shoulders with family-friendly digs, rowdy pubs and an affordable pizza joint. Hop a gondola and in minutes you're at the newer Versant Soleil base village, where you can try your luck at felted tables in the glitzy casino. If you're here to ski, Tremblant offers legit vert tumbling off both sides of a snowcapped peak with stirring views. "The scenery is awesome and the terrain is varied. Something for everyone," a reader writes.
Of course, Tremblant offers a myriad of different activities in winter. The highest peak in the Laurentians is renowned for its great ski slopes, but it doesn't stop there! From dogsledding to iceclimbing, to cross country skiing to snowmobiling, Tremblant offers activities to suit every taste and lifestyle!
With 94 runs serviced by 13 state-of-the-art lifts, the mountain dominates a stunningly beautiful countryside. Here, those who live for the great outdoors and love to breathe clean air have the perfect playground. A paradise where ski and snowboard enthusiasts are both spoiled silly: 18 acres of ramps, rails and jumps as well as an Olympic calibre superpipe. Taste the freedom, dare the mountain, live Tremblant to the fullest!
Awaken to the call of the mountain!
Board the Express gondola or the Duncan Express lift at 7:45 a.m. and ski or board at 8 a.m. on the designated slopes of the North side.
Everyday from December 15, 2012 to March 17, 2013:
Free access in conjunction with lodging booked through us.