Luxury Ski Holidays In Mont Tremblant
with Elegant Resorts
The ancient mountain range of the Laurentians is an atmospheric world of unspoiled wilderness, frozen lakes and inviting slopes near Montreal in Eastern Canada. The largest mountain of the range is Tremblant which offers 610 acres of piste, with twenty percent of the runs suitable for beginners and plenty to suit the more experienced skiers too. Tremblant is a purpose-built resort in the heart of Quebec with a unique Quebecois culture and atmosphere giving it a very French feel. The old village – Vieux Tremblant – has been restored while a ‘new’ village of brightly painted buildings and cobbled streets lined with smart shops and restaurants has been skilfully added over the years.
At a Glance
Snow: Good snow fall is backed up by a large artificial snowmaking system and excellent grooming Lift system: a fairly extensive and speedy lift system Apres Ski: plenty of lively bars and a host of restaurants offering a variety of cuisine Families: If you’re travelling with young children do bear in mind that average temperatures can fall as low as minus 15 degrees Celsius during January and February; aside from that tuition and childcare facilities are excellent Other Activities: ice skating, horse riding, ice climbing, hiking