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  • Scenic tram ride at Mont Tremblant

Nestled into the Laurentian Mountains is the welcoming town of Mont-Tremblant, a year-round hotspot for outdoors enthusiasts. Brightly coloured buildings set in warm tones of orange and red against a contrasting turquoise dot the downtown core, resembling a postcard scene from a Swiss village as snow falls gently on the rooftops in winter. The Tremblant Pedestrian Village is your go-to for eats, culture, and shopping, where you can wander from one local boutique to another while enjoying the communal spirit.

Tremblant is known as one of the largest ski resorts in Eastern Canada, where skiers and snowboards flock from November to April in search of their adrenaline rush. Afterwards, a number of cozy restaurants and pubs await in Tremblant village, serving up après-ski fare in addition to fine dining and hearty French-Canadian eats. For non-skiers, take an outing to a traditional sugar shack deep in the woods where you can see how maple syrup is harvested, or try your hand at ice-fishing.

In the summer, Tremblant keeps its outdoor spirits alive and well with a number of hiking and biking trails that run deep into the Laurentian Mountains. Mont-Tremblant National Park is dotted with plenty of rivers and lakes that allow for gentle paddling or splashing under the summer sun. From town, take the gondola straight to the top of the mountain for a leafy aerial view over town as you head towards the hills.

 

Mont-Tremblant, Canada

  • Eastern Spirit

    FIRST CLASS | SELF-DRIVE: Venture into a whirlwind adventure starting with the urban energy of Toronto, before travelling to world-famous Niagara Falls. Kitchener and the 30,000 Island region, the world's largest freshwater archipelago are a great showcase for rural Ontario. The nation’s capital, Ottawa, calls next, before you enter Québec via the Laurentian Mountains to discover the delightful cultural attractions of Québec City and Montréal. On your way back to Toronto, the magnificent Thousand Islands region is another memorable stop on this trip.
    Duration:
    14 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 2,578
    Trip Type:
    Self-Drives
    Canada See Trip Details
  • Great Parks of The East

    FIRST-CLASS | SELF-DRIVE: Cosmopolitan Toronto is the starting point of this two-week circular tour. Driving north from the city, you can explore some of Ontario’s famous national parks nearby. After a brief stay in the capital, Ottawa, return to the tranquility of nature in Québec's delightful outdoor spaces. The trail leads southbound via the bustling cities of Québec City and Montréal, famous for their joie de vivre, to the thundering splendor of Niagara Falls.
    Duration:
    15 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 3,260
    Trip Type:
    Self-Drives
    Canada See Trip Details
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