Easy: 48 Medium: 36 Difficult: 10
Repeatedly voted the ‘Best Resort in Eastern North America by the Ski Magazine, a ski holiday in the slope-side pedestrian village of Tremblant is a great way to experience the unique culture of French-speaking Quebec with the added bonus of of Canadian & French cuisine. Mont Tremblant offers great variety of skiing on its well groomed runs and is renowned as being a great family resort. It is a superb choice as as the flight from the UK is shorter than the other Canadian resorts further West, the transfer is short and there are so many activities for skiers and non-skiers alike in the well laid out pedestrianised village. Tremblant is the most colourful and atmospheric ski town in Quebec province, with cobbled streets and quaint houses, and shows that purpose-built resorts can be done right.
Apres Ski: Sometimes known as the 'Disneyland of Winter ski', the pretty village of Tremblant has a large range of restaurants and bars all within a short walk due to the way the village is set out in the pedestrian centre.
Activities: Dog sledding, ice climbing, snow tubing, snowmobiling, skidooing, cross-country skiing, snowshoe walking, toboggan run, sleigh rides, outdoor ice skating. Swimming pool with spa, leisure centre, Scandinavian baths and saunas.
Eating Out: This small resort is a great choice of restaurants, with every kind of cuisine you could think of. From Quebecois and American to Italian, Chinese and Mediterranean, you're sure to find something. The main square is particularly lively at night with most restaurants within an easy walk here.
Other Amenities: Helicopter rides, ice fishing, art gallery, casino, pottery painting.