An experience that is human, immersive and interactive

Mont-Tremblant, May 16, 2024 

Tourisme Mont-Tremblant, in partnership with the City of Mont-Tremblant, the Mont-Tremblant National Park (Sépaq) and the Tremblant Resort Association, are proud to announce the creation of Info Mont-Tremblant, a tourist showcase which offers an innovative and immersive experience to promote all five centers of Mont-Tremblant. Strategically located at Place des Voyageurs at Tremblant Resort, under the clock of the Tour des Voyageurs, the new office will be open every day for the benefit of the 3 million annual visitors to the destination.

With an area of approximately 2,150 square feet, Info Mont-Tremblant is a unique tourist information kiosque that offers guests an experience that is human, immersive and interactive. At the entrance, a huge four-season fresco welcomes the public with tourist experience advisors and gives an overview of the region’s landscapes. Further on, an oversized animated map presents the five centers of Mont-Tremblant, namely the Tremblant resort, the Mont-Tremblant national park, downtown Mont-Tremblant, the Village and the Domaine Saint-Bernard. Visitors explore the different possibilities of each of the poles through the projection of high definition images. Elsewhere, an avenue of interactive columns continuously shows the experiences to be had in the area. And, finally, an immersive space including a 3D effect wall broadcasts images of outdoor activities and local wildlife.

Produced by MATIÈRS, this tourist showcase offers a new vision of the Mont-Tremblant region. Founded in 2012, MATIÈRS works at the intersection of design, technology, culture and entertainment.


Daniel Blier, general director, Tourisme Mont-Tremblant:

“Attendance at tourist information offices has been in sharp decline for several years across North America and technological tools on board vehicles and smartphones have contributed to this change in visitor habits. This is why Info Mont-Tremblant is positioning itself in a unique way by transforming the traditional information office, which was on Montée Ryan, into an immersive and innovative place that immerses visitors at the heart of the tourist experiences of its territory within a a busy hub, in the very heart of the Tremblant resort. »

Dominique Laverdure, deputy mayor, City of Mont-Tremblant:

“The City of Mont-Tremblant is delighted with this collaboration which highlights the riches of our region. By providing a platform to promote our tourist attractions, local businesses and culture, we open the doors to a continuous flow of visitors who will bring with them immense economic potential. We have in our hands an opportunity to stimulate our local economy and contribute to its influence beyond our borders. »

Martin Soucy, President and CEO, Société des establishments de plein air du Québec (Sépaq):

“The creation of the Info-Mont-Tremblant showcase is a great example of what a region can achieve when its active forces come together to make it shine. Sépaq is delighted to be at the heart of this partnership in which each destination becomes a lever to elevate each other. Mont-Tremblant National Park is an unmissable natural gem that enriches the outdoor tourism offering and contributes with its partners to get visitors moving and retain visitors in this magnificent region. »

Patrice Malo, president and chief operating officer, Station Mont Tremblant:

“Station Mont Tremblant is pleased to welcome the tourist showcase of the city of Mont-Tremblant to the resort center. This new reception area is a symbol of great pride and above all an incredible showcase offered to the five tourist centers which will benefit from popular traffic, all seasons combined. We are convinced that this will promote intra-regional tourism while showcasing our world-class resort. »

Cristina Romero, general director, Tremblant Resort Association:

“The Tremblant Resort Association is proud to contribute to hosting the new Info Mont-Tremblant regional showcase in the heart of the resort. Promoting our destination in synergy with the partners involved in this project means uniting members around a strong commitment, supported by technology. This is an innovative project that will provide visitors with privileged access to the region’s various tourism industries. »

Useful information

  • Opening hours: Every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.* (*from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. during the summer period, hours adapted depending on events)
  • Website: [ ] ( )
  • Contact: / 1 877 425-2434

Discover this new tourist showcase and let yourself be seduced by the unique experience that Info Mont-Tremblant offers, in the heart of one of the most beautiful destinations in Quebec!


About Tourisme Mont-Tremblant

Bringing together all of the region’s tourism partners, Tourisme Mont-Tremblant is the organization responsible for developing the tourist offer, promotion and reception. Mont-Tremblant is the 3rd tourist destination in Quebec with more than 3 million visitors annually.  Its members, spread across the Tremblant Resort Center, Downtown, Village, Domaine Saint-Bernard and Mont-Tremblant National Park, generate more than 325 million in tourism revenue annually.

About Ville de Mont-Tremblant

The City of Mont-Tremblant is an organization created in 2000, resulting from the grouping of the municipalities of Mont-Tremblant, the Parish and the City of Saint-Jovite, as well as Lac-Tremblant-Nord (demerged in 2004). Located in the heart of the MRC des Laurentides, its territory occupies an area of 235 km2. With an estimated population of 11,621, to which are added some 10,000 vacationers each year, it is a destination offering a range of activities for outdoor lovers. In addition to its natural attractions, including nearly 300 km of waterways and around a hundred lakes, Mont-Tremblant is recognized for its cultural scene and its internationally renowned sporting events, which attract millions of visitors each year. There are some 1,000 companies spread across 30 sectors of activity.

About Mont-Tremblant National Park

Created on January 12, 1895, Mont-Tremblant National Park is a large territory of 1,510 km2 which enjoys international stature, being the first park created in Quebec, the 3rd in Canada and the 6th in North America. It is therefore part of the world history of protected areas alongside the Yellowstone, Yosemite and Sequoia parks. With its six major rivers, its 400 lakes and streams, it is a true paradise for canoeists! The presence of 40 species of mammals, including the wolf, testifies to the wild nature of the territory and its immensity. The Diable via ferrata, an intermediate activity between hiking and climbing, allows you to discover the mountains of this park in a completely different way. Of all types, Mont-Tremblant National Park is open all year round.

About the Tremblant Resort Association

The Tremblant Resort Association (AVT) is a non-profit organization founded in June 1993 by the National Assembly of Quebec. It brings together more than 3,200 members, including Station Mont Tremblant, and ensures guests a memorable and distinctive resort experience, by offering a high-calibre entertainment program, events and shows, most of which are free, as well as international quality services and facilities.