This is a seasonal destination. Porter flies to Mont Tremblant from June 22, 2018 to September 23, 2018. Winter 2019 service will be announced at a later date.
Sharing its name with a popular ski resort, it’s easy to see why Mont-Tremblant is such a popular winter destination. The town isn’t all ski, there are other fun things to do off the slopes. Discover some of Québec’s most uplifting activities with flights from Sudbury to Mont-Tremblant.
In the town, you’ll be introduced to the latest trends in biking. Select from e-bikes or fatbikes when you hit the Mont-Tremblant bike trails. For a traditional cycling experience, head onto Le p'tit Train du Nord. Follow this 200 km bike trail, built over an old railway into the picturesque Québec countryside. Ride past the serene waters of Lac Mercier as you head out of the city.
Carved out of the natural landscape are a number of pristine golf courses. Practice your swing at La Belle Golf Course. Visitors have been teeing off at La Belle since 1920. The course is one of the oldest in the city, with a longstanding reputation for its views of the Laurentian Mountains.
Cap off a day of golf with an evening at one of Mont-Tremblant’s festivals. Jazz echoes across the mountains during the Festi Jazz Mont-Tremblant. Here you can dance to the rhythms at a free open-air concert in the Pedestrian Village. Shows are also hosted in the more intimate setting of cozy cafés.
Before ending your visit to Mont-Tremblant from Sudbury, drop by Place de la Gare to see some of the arts of culture of Mont-Tremblant. You’ll find this quaint art gallery and artist's studio housed in Mont-Tremblant’s former train station. Meet the artists and uncover the inspiration behind each masterpiece.
Fly from Sudbury to Mont-Tremblant for a visit to the expansive wilderness nestled in the Laurentian Mountains.
Situated north of the city is a refuge for both the outdoor enthusiast and wildlife located there. Parc national du Mont-Tremblant became a protected area in 1895. At 1,510 square km, it is one of the largest provincial parks in Québec.
The park is home to about 40 species of mammals including the eastern wolf and black bear. While you may be cautious to enter the woods, its natural beauty is hard to ignore. There are several scenic ways for visitors to explore the park, ranging from hiking trails to canoe routes.
To truly experience Québec’s great outdoors, hop on the Via Ferrata du Diable. This guided tour into the wilderness is highly ranked among Mont-Tremblant’s top activities. Created for hikers of all experience levels, the 200-metre climb offers spectacular views of the surrounding forest.
Take a ride on the Rivière du Diable which winds serenely through the park. Despite its devilish name, the river is actually quite calm, and suitable for all ages. On your way down the river by canoe, you will likely pass some of the towering maple and birch trees that the area has become known for.
A retreat in all seasons, the park buzzes with activity during winter. Explore the 25 km of snowshoe trails during your visit from Sudbury to Mont-Tremblant. On your path, make sure to stop by La Chute-aux-Rats. Despite what you may think of its name, this trail is known for its beauty and serene spots for a quick lunch by the waterfall.
Parc national du Mont-Tremblant is also a great skiing location. Embark on a cross-country ski adventure at the family-friendly Les Falaises Trail. Whenever you need a break, you can step into any of the six warming huts spread across the circuits.
Travel to this outdoor getaway with flights from Sudbury to Mont-Tremblant.
Domaine Saint-Bernard is one of the best-kept secrets in Mont-Tremblant. Within the 1,500-acre nature reserve are rolling green meadows, pristine lakes, and immaculate forests. Find a welcome hideaway in Domaine Saint-Bernard’s beautiful collection of buildings after flying from Sudbury to Mont-Tremblant.
The grounds of Domaine Saint-Bernard have changed hands several times throughout its history. This well-known park has transitioned from crown land to an agricultural estate, before being entrusted to the Brothers of Christian Instruction in 1951. In addition to creating a lasting legacy of conservation, the brotherhood also gave the area its current name (after the patron saint of mountain travellers).
Enjoy delicious meals at Domaine Saint-Bernard’s farmhouse or hunting lodge, before heading into the stunning surroundings for some outdoor fun.
Snowshoeing is by far the most popular winter activity in this park. Slip on a pair of the oversized footwear for a scenic stroll through Domaine Saint-Bernard. During the warmer months, the beach at Lac Raynaud is a great spot for a picnic. The white-tailed deer within the park are known to approach visitors, and may even eat right out of your hand.
Relax in the secluded oasis of Domaine Saint-Bernard following your flight from Sudbury to Mont-Tremblant.
Fly from Greater Sudbury Airport (YSB) to Mont-Tremblant International Airport (YTM), with connections in Toronto and Montréal. Sudbury to Mont-Tremblant flight time is 2 hours and 40 minutes on average. Connection times vary. The distance from Sudbury to Mont-Tremblant is around 975 km / 605 mi.
Enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks along the way.
Porter’s check-in desk is located in the departures area.
Greater Sudbury Airport (YSB) is about 19 km / 12 mi from downtown Sudbury.
Please allow sufficient time to drop off your car rental before your departing flight.
Taxis from downtown cost about $55 CAD. Car service costs about $75 CAD.
The Sudbury Cab shuttle provides service to the airport from downtown.
Mont-Tremblant International Airport (YTM) is about 36 km / 22 mi from the Mont-Tremblant resort village.
Taxis to the resort cost about $75 CAD. Car service costs about $200 CAD.
The airport shuttle bus provides service from the airport to the resort area.