Book a flight to Mont-Tremblant for mountains of fun. There is plenty on offer, from peaceful mountain retreats, family-friendly getaways to outdoor adventures that get your adrenaline pumping.
The Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort draws in tourists from all over the world and provides 79 km of slopes with runs for all levels.
When you’re not spending the day hitting the slopes, explore other all-natural Mont-Tremblant attractions. Snowshoeing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, sleigh rides and dog sledding are just some of the ways to discover the snow-covered Canadian wilderness.
During the summer, finding fun is still a walk in the park. Mont-Tremblant boasts 400 lakes and streams, and its vast parks are worth a visit. Lake Moore is open to the public for canoeing, swimming, nature walks and picnics. Mont-Tremblant National Park and Domaine Saint-Bernard offer lots of outdoor activities for the whole family.
Mont-Tremblant is full of great green spaces, like the longest linear park in Canada, Le Petit Train du Nord Linear Park. Constructed from an early 20th-century railway, the park is now a 200 km long bike trail.
Former train stations along the way serve as charming restaurants, pubs and rest stops. In between these stops, you’ll be treated to amazing views of lakes, surrounding mountains, rivers and streams.
Mont-Tremblant also boasts plenty of public beaches, crystal clear waters and an array of aquatic activities. You’ll have no problem taking the plunge at Plage du lac Mercier Tremblant, located in the heart of the Village.
At the foot of Mont-Tremblant, and just 5 minutes from the Mont-Tremblant Resort, you can work on your tan, go for a swim, or even try canoeing or windsurfing on Lac Tremblant. Other sandy beaches in the area offer sailing, kayaking, rafting, wakeboarding and more.
After all of those adventures, head back to town for the Mont-Tremblant Blues Festival. With over 100 free shows, you’re sure to find your groove.
Book a flight to Mont-Tremblant for a great outdoor escape topped off with that famous Canadian friendliness.
An easy 15-minute drive from town, you’ll find the well-maintained and marked trails of Domaine Saint-Bernard.
The area’s natural beauty and wealth of outdoor activities keeps tourists coming back year after year. You may even spot a deer or some of the incredible birds that call this green space home.
When it comes to exploring, Domaine Saint-Bernard is a true trailblazer with hiking and biking trails on the park’s highest peaks of Mounts Ontontio Saint-Bernard. Along your hike, stop off for a picnic at the Herman-Deshaies relay shelter and take in the views from various Laurentian lookouts.
The area features biking trails for all levels and a pumptrack mountain biking obstacle course for kids. Younger adventurers will also love the thrilling heights of Domaine Saint-Bernard’s kid-friendly zip lines near Lac Raynaud.
Make it a day at the beach with a visit to the shores of Lac Raynaud. This lake’s cool waters are perfect for swimming, kayaking and canoeing. Kids will have tons of sun-soaked fun at the beachside play area.
Finish off a perfect day at the beach with a fun-filled night under the stars at The Valen Pavillion. This pavilion features the second largest telescope in Québec, a screening room, outdoor observatory and themed observation nights. The whole family will enjoy an evening of starlit fun.
Mont-Tremblant National Park, a paradise for hiking, swimming, biking, boating, cross-country skiing and more, is just a short 30-minute drive from town.
The largest in Québec, this park is the natural habitat of a massive array of animals. With 45 mammal species, 206 bird species and 34 fish species, you won’t want to miss out on this opportunity to take a walk on the wild side.
Mont-Tremblant National Park also runs wild with six rivers and hundreds of lakes and streams. With over 82 km of hiking trails, you can easily explore the park’s natural wonders by foot.
Under the sparkling snow, the park is transformed into a winter wonderland. Cross-country ski across 43 km of well-maintained trails or explore the backcountry trails instead.
Although there’s plenty to see on flat ground, some of the park’s most breathtaking views are best seen on the Via Ferrata trails.
This style of climbing involves crossing a rock face with built-in steps, handles and other features to assist with your vertical journey. Also known as vertical hiking or “iron roads.” Via Ferrata was first popularized in Europe and is growing in popularity all over Québec.
Via Ferrata offers three trails of varying difficulty and unique views of the mountains and, the gentle waters of la rivière du Diable. The trails were created to offer new perspectives for climbers of all levels while minimizing damage to the rock faces.
If heights aren’t your thing, there are plenty of ways to explore on wheels. With 8 circuits and 124 km of peaceful cycling trails, you’ll want to grab a bike and ride through the park’s lush forests.
In warmer weather, guided and self-guided canoeing and kayaking are excellent ways to explore the park’s many lakes. The park is also home to two main beaches, La Cremaillere Beach in La Diable sector and Lac-Provost Beach in La Pimbina.
You’re likely to fall in love with this park’s beautiful landscapes. If you’re vacationing with the whole family and looking to extend your stay, opt for an outdoor slumber party in a yurt or Huttopia tent. The little ones will love this unique and fun camping experience.
Book a flight to Mont-Tremblant and answer the call of the wild today.
Porter’s check-in desk is located in the departures area.
Mont-Tremblant International Airport (YTM) is about 36 km / 22 mi from the Mont-Tremblant resort village.
Taxis from the resort cost about $75 CAD. Car service costs about $200 CAD.
The airport shuttle provides service to the airport from the resort area. The fare is $40 CAD, with a 10% discount for online booking.