Travel Expert Teri Johnson, aka Travelista Teri, visited Mont Tremblant last winter and came up with her list of top 10 things to do. Discover Tremblant through her eyes as she does everything from dogsledding to flying above the Laurentians in a helicopter, including skiing of course!


Experience dog sledding

At Expedition Wolf, ride through the snowy hills and meet the sled dogs!


Go skiing or snowboarding

First, take a lesson (if you’re a beginner like me!). Then go out there and enjoy the ride!

Enjoy the après-ski

After being outside all day, wind down at the microbrasserie La Diable.

Try fat-biking

With tons of trails around Mont Tremblant, it’s a fun new winter sport to try out.


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I love experiences that change my mind. Fat biking in Mont Tremblant has been one of them. For those who don't know, I was born and raised in Houston, Texas. I am used to heat and humidity and do very well in warm/hot conditions. This is part of the reason why I typically prefer tropical destinations. Mont Tremblant in Quebec has altered my thinking. I never imagined I could fall in LOVE with the outdoors in 25 degree weather. While "fat biking" along the river, I zigzagged through snow covered pine trees, saw woodpeckers peck, fresh deer tracks, and perfect chunks of snow fall in front of me. It was so surreal. If I can bike here in the freezing cold, I can do it in NYC. It's all about a mindset shift and wearing layers. I'm so grateful for my new perspective on cold weather biking. Who else is into this?? #fatbike #tremblant #monttremblant

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Relax at the spa

From hot tubs to cold river water, relaxing at the spa is a must.

Take a gondola ride to the summit

Even if you don’t ski, enjoy panoramic views of the mountain the whole way up.

Experience a helicopter ride

For insane views of the Laurentian Mountains, go high!

Stay at the Fairmont hotel

A true ski in ski out experience anyone would fall in love with.

Take a stroll in the village

Walk around the European inspired pedestrian village, full of color and French Canadian joie-de-vivre.

Go sliding

Enjoy your evening with an activity that’s thrilling to do over and over again.