Things to do in Mont Tremblant

Top Things to Do in Mont Tremblant, QC - Mont Tremblant Attractions

Things to Do in Mont Tremblant

Top Attractions in Mont Tremblant


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  • Rosie D
    Montreal, Canada17 contributions
    We been to Mont Tremblant many times ,but this time was extra special, hiking all the way up to the top of Summit with my son it was a memorable and special day for me , an experience that I will treasure in my heart forever.
    Written July 13, 2022
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  • YourHelpfulWendy
    Miami, FL2,093 contributions
    This is the place for great activities and things to do at the wonderful Mont Tremblant.

    The weather was fine and that helped too.

    They offer many options for great things to do.

    The place was clean and the service here was good!
    Written July 7, 2019
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  • Elfie8
    Winnipeg, Canada109 contributions
    Worth the time to discover another part of Mont Tremblant region. This private property was left to the current custodians to keep it in it's pristine natural environment for all to experience and enjoy. We were greeted by Corine at the gate house explaining to us that in addition to the hiking trails, there is a picnic area and a sandy beach for us to use at our disposal. If we had any questions, we could speak with Bernard sitting in a single man shack next to the parking lot. Bernard was a wealth of information about the property and it's history as well as future plans. It was a very hot day but the cool breeze off the waters provided a soothing relief from the humidity. There was a shorter trail filled with activities for children and young teenagers too. To get the full effects that this place can offer, you should make it at least a half day affair. Well marked signs and activities.
    Written July 26, 2022
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  • Sparky-1967
    Toronto, Canada259 contributions
    We enjoyed our canoe excursion. It took approximately 4 hours to complete the route down the Diable River. The scenery is beautiful. Other than a small set of rapids at the beginning of the trip it is smooth paddling. The rapids are easily navigated by canoe. There is a portage if you don't wish to do the rapids, but frankly the portage looks much more difficult than the rapids. The organization of the tour is well done. Make sure you complete your booking and waiver online prior to arriving. This will save you time. The bus ride to the drop off and from the pick up point were good. The bus is clean. The driver was excellent providing instruction in both French and English. The river is smooth and has a gentle current. There are many locations to stop and take in the beauty and still be at your checkpoint on time. This was a very good value. Highly recommended. It does go rain or shine to pack accordingly.
    Written August 8, 2021
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  • Jennifer N
    Montreal, Canada27 contributions
    We went to the trail on the golf course in the Domaine Saint-Bernard. First time on my new skate skis, trails were just groomed after finally receiving snow, mild weather, very few people, friendly staff... it was perfect!

    *Covid rules enforced and respected.
    Written January 11, 2021
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  • Douglas Y
    5 contributions
    My first time on this track and WOW, what a great track.
    Fun yet challenging (even with the noise restrictions)
    Written July 28, 2022
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  • Andre S
    Montreal, Canada9 contributions
    Reserved ahead of time with special request for table location for 5:30 pm. Arrived 10 minutes early, had to wait for hostess, couldn’t get the table that I wanted. She didn’t even know that the reservation was made on line. She wasn’t rude but not smiling. The waiter was efficient but very perfunctory in his demeanour. Again no smile. We all had the salmon which was excellent as was the rice and salad. Very tasty but portions of salmon were small to say the least . The bread was ok but not on par with what we would expect here. The wine was excellent but service was not attentive. The menu is limited and there were no table linen, strictly mats. With the bottle of wine ,one martini, desert, bread and main dish fo three people including tip , it came out to about 340 $. So in resume , the food was excellent but the ambiance, service and decor were very mediocre. We are in absolutely no hurry to come back.
    Written July 1, 2022
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  • Ann G
    Montreal, Canada85 contributions
    Dogs accepted. Lots of point of view (walk on rim) . Best one is N6, with a 360degree view. Parking can be a challenge in peak season (fall colors). There’s a shortcut to get to the top if you dont feel like doing the full loop. Plan 2.5hours at family pace. You can do the nez de l’indien trail after if you want a longer workout. Trail markers have been added which is a lot better.
    Written October 3, 2020
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  • Richy_Bobby
    Kingston, Canada690 contributions
    The hill doesn't look like much from the highway but it is a decent place for tubing. I see some reviews reference a dated facility but it does look like it has been recently redone and no issue with the building for me. Food and drinks on site, although not cheap. The experience on the hill was a lot of fun but after a few times down it gets old (for adults at least)
    Written February 28, 2022
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  • Breadcool
    Ottawa, Canada182 contributions
    I wouldn't go out of the way to see this, but if you're nearby go check out this quaint covered bridge.
    Written August 16, 2019
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  • Loulou773
    Ottawa, Canada31 contributions
    Quite a few shops were not open. What was open was very expensive, even when on sale. I guess it's because we were at the end of the season. Very slim pickings.
    Written September 8, 2019
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  • Suzyviper
    Montreal, Canada36 contributions
    Who thought of this? It was lovely before, although in need of a little renovation. There is no more indoor pool and the design now only appeals to very young kids. What a failure!
    Written July 1, 2020
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  • Marc522
    Montreal, Canada12 contributions
    A quiet place with peaceful music. I really enjoyed the way they showed me to taste a tea by brewing it many times with the Gong Fu Cha chinese method. And my wife was really happy that they have gluten free deserts!
    Written January 6, 2014
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