Fall at Tremblant through our colour indexing code

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Starting mid-September, there’s nothing like the colour index to guide your activity choices and enjoy the best of autumn at the mountain, at the lake and in Tremblant’s pedestrian village. From green to red passing by a varying degree of ochres, yellows and crimsons, the fall palette is a singular spectacle offering countless opportunities to have fun, get moving and relax.

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Yellow with Hints of Green & Orange
Warmer days are still here, and the lake offers the audacious one last chance to swim, water ski, wakeboard and paddleboard as the mountain gently sails into autumn. It is the perfect time to play tennis, hike the tallest peak in the Laurentians, set out on a road or mountain bike ride or unwind on one of many sun-drenched patios.

Les couleurs à leur apogée! Peek leaf-peeping time ? Vue du #ZiptrekTremblant

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Orange with Shades of Ochre & Crimson
This is the ideal time to enjoy the mountain and everything it has to offer. Seasonal must-dos include treetop trekking and aerial games, rock climbing, exciting via ferratas or admiring the scenery and deep-nature setting from high above, by scenic gondola or helitour ? or careening feet first on one of five Ziptrek Ecotour ziplines. Watersport fans are sure to enjoy the mountain’s colourful regalia from a canoe, kayak, pedal or pontoon boat, laser, catamaran and motorized craft, or by taking a cruise on Lac Tremblant.

Gorgeous fall ride! #tremblant ? ? ?

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3Red with Hues of Orange & Russet
Why not extend your summertime fun by playing one of the season’s last rounds of golf, at Le Diable or Le Géant? Or go pester the trout, get your fill of crisp fresh air on a hike or trail race, then refuel over lunch at Le Grand Manitou, taking in the scenery from its skytop terrace. Down in the village, try an exciting luge run or defy gravity on the Eurobungy and climbing tower, or treat yourself to a round of mini-putt and shop end-of-season sales at participating boutiques.

And On Days When There’s a Chill in the Air…
Take advantage of fall’s cooler days to go horseback riding, river rafting or train for the upcoming ski season by running, or biking. Stroll about the pedestrian village or try one of Mission Liberté’s three indoor adventures, share a teddy-bear or ceramic workshop, design your own t-shirt, pop into an art gallery, have tea, indulge in a massage, wellness treatment or a great meal ? and later, visit Versant Soleil, Casino de Mont-Tremblant’s gaming tables, restaurant and lounge.

Une couleur de plus au paysage ce matin! ???+? #tremblant One more color added to the landscape this morning!

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Golfs Tremblant Pro Tip – Landing Point

Pro Tip – Landing Point

PPGA players reach the green in regulation on average 60% to 70% of the time. For an amateur, the average percentage is much lower. This means the approach shots are very important if we wish to perform at our full potential.
In order to maximize our chances of success, avoid choosing high risk shots when the situation allows it. Long swings with a sand wedge or a lob wedge for a short distance can become disastrous if your contact is not at the center of your club. I propose as an alternative to start rolling the ball sooner, choosing a landing point that is closer. You can then use a club with less loft and shorten the amplitude of the swing to reach your goal, two elements that will improve your consistency and the quality of your missed shots.
Therefore, based on your defined landing point, the distance that your ball has to roll will determine your club choice. Here are some ratio examples (rolling / flight) when the green is flat: PW 2/1, #9 iron 3/1, #8 iron 4/1, #7 iron 5/1.

Daniel Bilodeau B. Sc.

Head teaching professional

Station Mont Tremblant

4 people for the price of 3

Get personalized tips from our pros for less with our Tremblant Golf Academy Promotion. Take advantage of a 25% discount when you book a 4-person golf academy lesson with a CPGA profesional at our Golf Academy facilities. Choose from 1 day lesson to 4 consecutive days with a round of golf included after your lesson. For complete details, visit tremblant.ca.

 

3 cocktails to try in Tremblant

What better way to cool off after a day outdoors than by sipping a refreshing cocktail on a terrace! Here are some delicious drink options that you can discover this summer in Tremblant:

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Coco Cherry Martini

Since 1995, Coco Pazzo Restaurant has been serving original and gourmet Italian dishes, but did you know that the quality of their food is also conveyed in their cocktails? On your next visit, try the Coco Cherry Martini! Refreshing and not too sweet, it compliments any meal.

This cocktail, as tasty as it is pretty, is made with PUR Vodka (Quebec), sour cherry juice, homemade ginger syrup and lime juice. Yum!

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Martini à la Ginger Rogers

To highlight the roaring 20’s theme during Québec Casinos summer of retro, the Lounge at the Mont-Tremblant Casino presents the Martini à la Ginger Rogers!

The cocktail is a mixture of martini, gin, white vermouth, apricot liqueur and lemon juice. Fruity, refreshing and above all very trendy in the 1920s.

Head to the Versant Soleil to enjoy the superb view from the Lounge and live the craziness of the 1920s with music and atmosphere in the casino!

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P’tit Caribou Caesar

Considered one of the best après-ski bars in the world, the P’tit Caribou serves skilfully made cocktails year-round. This summer, enjoy their famous Bloody Caesar on their new terrace. Not at all like the Bloody Caesars that you are used to, the P’tit Caribou’s version will delight your taste buds! In addition to their secret mixing recipe, the unique blend of rim spices is an integral part of their cocktail experience. They then add a slice of beef jerky from Les Mercenaires Culinaires, a pickle and olives.

The cocktails presented are just a few of what might be the best cocktails in Tremblant. Try them for yourself and share your opinion in the comments!

Cheers!

Eating with dietary restrictions in Tremblant

Fairmont Axe Lounge via justinpluslauren.com/mont-tremblant-vegan/

It is not always easy to eat in a restaurant when you have a special dietary restriction. Whether it’s because of allergies or for health, ecological or political reasons, we’re paying more and more attention to what’s on our plates. To help you during your next visit to Tremblant, we’ve prepared a list of restaurants in the pedestrian village that offer dishes according to the following categories: vegan, organic, gluten-free, raw, vegetarian, lactose-free, fruit based.

O Wok via justinpluslauren.com/mont-tremblant-vegan/

 

For a better overview of vegan options in Tremblant, we invite you to read the blog of Justin and Lauren:

justinpluslauren.com/mont-tremblant-vegan

Photos: walking the summit

On a hot, sunny summer day, I went to the top of Tremblant to take some pictures of the beautiful panoramic landscape while taking a walk on a path that goes arround the summit. This hike is qualified as easy. I started on the Manitou trail and continued on the 360° trail. This cumulative distance is 3.1km in total, so I suggest to plan from 1h to 2h of your time. I had the chance to see the panorama on all sides while hiking in an impressive forest with a diverse vegetation. This gave way to photography, so here are my shots of this peaceful moment.

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Gallery 1: Photos from the summit

Gallery 2: Photos from the panoramic gondola

© Photos @rpnormandeau