The pedestrian village of Mont Tremblant has just obtained “Accessible” certification from the Kéroul program, dedicated to people with reduced mobility, thanks to close collaboration between Mont Tremblant Resort and the Tremblant Resort Association. This certification concerns several places, including the Parc Plage, Mirror Lake, the Chalet des Voyageurs, brind’O Aquaclub, the Place des Voyageurs, the Multiservice Center and the Café Johansen. These places have been made accessible thanks to works funded by the Kéroul program, with other improvements planned to improve accessibility.

We are continuing our efforts with the Kéroul program to obtain certification for the mountain portion, so that the Tremblant resort center is fully accessible to people with reduced mobility. We want to be able to offer an unforgettable experience to every guest, regardless of their physical abilities.

The overall objective is to make Tremblant a leisure and cultural destination respecting the principles of universal accessibility, inclusion and sustainable tourism. This commitment is materialized through projects such as the installation of beach mats allowing people with reduced mobility to access the water, the installation of picnic tables adapted for people in wheelchairs, the maintenance of the path around Lac Miroir, the installation of a handrail in the steepest portion of Promenade Deslauriers, and the addition of accessibility levers in certain swimming pools.

These initiatives demonstrate our ongoing commitment to making Tremblant’s facilities accessible to all, thus providing an inclusive and memorable experience for each of our guests.