Fill your getaway with a ton of activities in Tremblant this summer during your short or long stay!
Adults and children will take full advantage of the Activity Card that gives 3, 5, 7 or 10 accesses to various activities*. These cards are even valid for the entire summer season, so you can use them whenever you want. Now, what is the best pick for you? Here are a few elements to consider to maximize your visit this summer.
1. Pick your activities according to your interests
Before purchasing your Activity Card, take a look at the various activities offered. Then, circle the ones that could be suited for you and your family. That will give you a better idea of the number of activities you wish to access.
2. Compare activity duration and the length of your stay
Certain activities take longer than others! An Activity Card can be used up in an hour or can be spread over 2 days! Take note of the duration of each activity so you can plan your schedule accordingly. If you have a lot of time, we suggest the 7 to 10-activity card. This way, you’ll have more activities to enjoy over a few days.
Take for example a 3-day stay with a 10 Activity Card:
· Climbing Tower
· Mission Liberté
· Bike rental
· Le Petit Géant Mini-golf
· Panoramic Gondola
· Birds of Prey Show
· Lunch Trio
· One-day access to the Beach and Tennis Club
· Non-motorized boat rental
3. Find out where the activities take place
Activities can be located far away from each other. If you don’t have much time, we suggest you opt for activities located in the same area.
For example, if you plan on going to the top of the mountain and you only have a day, a 3-activity card will allow you to:
Get to the summit with the Panoramic Gondola
See the Birds of Prey Show
Eat a Lunch Trio at Grand Manitou while enjoying the amazing view on Lac Tremblant and the pedestrian village.
4. Note restrictions for each activity
Some activities include weight and age restrictions. For example, you must be between 45 and 190 lbs and be under 6 years of age to Eurobungy. Note these restrictions when planning.
For more information on the Activity Card, opening hours and restrictions, visit tremblant.ca
*amongst activities available with the Activity Card. See tremblant.ca/things-to-do/activities/activity-card