8 reasons why we’re still #1!

For the 18th time, SKI Magazine readers have placed Tremblant at the top of their list of favorite ski villages in the East, in both Canada and across the USA. Here are a few reasons why we were voted top winter destination by resort vacationers.

The Biggest Skiable Terrain in the Eastern Canada

Tremblant offers 662 skiable acres across 4 mountain faces. We’ve got a huge playground with 96 trails and 3 terrain parks to suit every taste and caliber, with over one thousand snow guns to keep it all frosty. Plus with the Info-Ski guide service, discover the mountain’s best-kept secrets and receive precious tips on just about everything, from dining to personalized activities.

I’m at work with headache but hey I was skiing last weekend so life is good. #tremblant #explorecanada

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Everything can Be Reached on Foot!

Once that car is parked, restaurants, boutiques, cinema, a Casino and the lifts are all within walking distance from hotels. Just a few steps away, feel the charm of a village with a European flair, with thirty or so specialty boutiques where you can find it all: sporting goods, prêt-à-porter apparel, jewelry, furs, artwork, toys and specialty foods. At the heart of the village you can also enjoy our free events and lively outdoor shows.

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Poutine, Foie Gras and… Kale!

Our gourmand village brims with specialties from around the globe, from Swiss fondue and crêpes bretonnes to pasta, pad thaï, burgers and Creole classics from the Bayou. But you really haven’t experienced Tremblant cuisine if you haven’t tasted the traditional poutine, maple taffy on snow, our local micro-brews or the vitamin-rich beverages served up at Marie-Claude’s Juice Bar.

Lunch time! ??? #tremblant

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Après Skis that Stretch Late into the Night

Come evening, the slope-side village is ablaze: illuminated tubing hill and skating rink, public squares aglow with outdoor fireplaces, kitchens where signature dishes are simmered and flambéd, moody lounges and bars where guests can dance the night away.

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More Accessible than Ever

In under 65 minutes, travelers on direct flights with Porter Airlines from Toronto (Billy Bishop) land at Mont-Tremblant International Airport, while Air Canada offers non-stop flights from Toronto (Pearson) to Tremblant as well as connecting flights through New York (La Guardia).The moment the plane lands, the contrasts are startling: the wooden terminal reminds guests of “a faraway cabin in Canada”, while the welcome is as warm as the ambiance within. With one terminal, big city airport delays are nonexistent. And the exchange rate is a huge bonus for our American neighbors!

The Best Airport Lounge #tremblant #logcabin

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Impressive lodging options

Including mountainside addresses, 1,900 lodging units – from guest rooms and studios to condos – are tucked away under the pedestrian village’s colourful rooftops. Many of these fly acclaimed banners ? Fairmont, Westin Resort & Spa, Marriott Residence Inn, Holiday Inn Express & Suites, Homewood Suites Hilton.

Because work and play can go together

Corporate and other groups enjoy a total of 60,000 square feet of space divided among 52 conference rooms, two convention centres for meetings and banquets, two cinemas and a panoramic chalet at 875 meters above sea level! All within walking distance of hotels, restaurants, boutiques and a mountain of activities.

Year-Round Ski & Stay Offers

Whether it’s for day or multiday lift tickets or one of the many lodging offers showcasing the good life in the heart of the village, many are the ways to save at Tremblant. For starters, kids 17 and under sharing a room with their parents stay free.

 


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Thanks to SKI Magazine and all those who voted for Tremblant! #1!

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  1. Ute Campagnolo
    Ute Campagnolo says:

    We enjoyed our many trips to Mont Tremblant as a family. If there were beds on the mountain, my son and husband would have slept there. Because of my son’s experiences there, he has a passion for skiing/snowboarding . I became in “intermediate ” skier there!! My daughter also loved it!
    My advice: take your family !!!
    Ute

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