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Visiting Mont-Tremblant: Quebec’s Not So Hidden Gem


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Mont-Tremblant is a small municipality and a ski resort just north of Montreal that was named one of the world’s top 25 ski towns in the world in 2014 by National Geographic. Its scenic views, breathtaking slopes and a picturesque shopping village prove that Mont-Tremblant is a wonderful family tourist destination all year round.

Mont-Tremblant offers accommodation for everyone, from cozy mountain chalets to high-end lodging packed with an outdoor hot tub for you to enjoy in the sub-zero temperatures.

The ski resort prides itself on its rich selection of things to do, from taking private ski lessons, lift trips, and tubing down child-friendly slopes, to trying your luck at the casino.

Mont Tremblant is wonderful even if you don’t ski. It offers a wide range of restaurants, spas and shops for all family members of all age, even for those who prefer to stay indoors rather than enjoy winter sports, long hiking trails, and panoramic tours of the region.

Visiting Mont-Tremblant will complement your trip to Eastern Canada and set the bar ridiculously high for any other ski resort you ever decide to see.