This summer, several businesses are opening their doors at the Tremblant Resort, while some hotels and boutiques are changing up their offers or moving into new locations, thus enhancing the experience in the pedestrian village. Here is an overview of the new features and changes to discover on your next visit:
Rudsak – This new addition to the pedestrian village will offer a selection of cutting-edge and stylish footwear, indoor and outdoor clothing, bags and accessories made only with premium, luxurious leathers, furs and fabrics. It can be found at the former address of Galerie Soutana.
Beignes d’Antan – potato donuts made according to a traditional recipe inspired by the classic flavors of Quebec families, in addition to local and baked goods. It can be found in the building formerly occupied by Smoke’s Poutinerie.
Pop & Co – In this reincarnation of Pop Therapy, a selection of cookie dough, a hot chocolate station, treats, cotton candy and more add to the popcorn offering. Still at the same location.
Viva Thé – Bubble tea, tea-based drinks, oriental snacks, desserts, origami sets, reusable cups and straws can be found at Viva Thé, which replaced David’s Tea.
Engel & Völkers Tremblant – now located on rue des Remparts, they offer a vast inventory of properties for all needs and budgets: condo on the mountainside, in the heart of the pedestrian village or commercial space.
NOR – New brands have recently arrived in this stylish boutique. You will now find Yeti, Vuori, Rumpl and Duer products there. In addition, Oakley sun products are now available at NOR.
Atomic – Still located opposite the Panoramic Gondola, the Atomic boutique will be offering discounted clothing and accessories for the duration of the summer season.
Salomon – The Salomon brand store has recently moved and is now located in the space where the Lolë store was located.
Tremblant & co. – The souvenir shop has taken over the space where the Oakley store was located on rue des Remparts.
Magasin de la Place – now occupying three separate locations, the ready-to-wear products can be found in the space where the Salomon store was located. Ski boot equipment and fitting services, as well as accessories, can still be found in the spaces located on either side of the entrance to the Hilton hotel. This section will remain open throughout the summer season with the winter clearance of accessories and equipment. The small MDLP store located in the center of rue des Remparts will be converted into a swimwear shop for the summer season.
RESTAURANTS AND CHALETS
Chocolato / Loo Koo – selection of artisan gelatos, homemade desserts, Greek donuts and ice cream with 20 choices of dips and various toppings, sweet and savory. Located in the old Maison de la crêpe.
Cheesus – classic and reimagined versions of the popular grilled cheese and a variety of soups depending on the season. Located at the former Samurai Pub.
Le Nomade – Our mobile canteen will be installed at the beach this summer with a new Mexican themed menu, full of flavors and colors: homemade tacos and quesadillas!
Le Johansen – This café at the foot of the slopes will reopen with a new decor, a new atmosphere and even a new menu. For the summer period, it will offer green smoothies and other summer-colored smoothies made with local fruits, homemade iced coffees, healthy menu choices, energy balls and more. There will even be a terrace, according to public health regulations.
Le Grand Manitou – New on the menu in our summit chalet: veggie burgers and 100% beef sausages. For the months of August and September, the P’tit Bonheur counter will offer healthy choices to appeal to hikers, such as fruit juices and energy balls.
Ziptrek – This high soaring, adrenaline inducing activity will be back for summer 2021! For more information, visit tremblant.ziptrek.com
Golf – Thanks to the mild spring, Le Diable golf course opened on May 1st. That’s two weeks earlier than expected.
In the context of COVID-19, we made the decision to concentrate our operations on Le Diable golf course. Therefore, Le Géant golf course will remain closed this summer.