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Tremblant, Quebec is Open for the Summer

Located approximately 80 miles northwest of Montréal is Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, a year-round playground for outdoor activities from skiing in the winter, to golfing and lakeside fun during the warmer months.

Tremblant’s summit sits at 2,871 feet and offers a breathtaking view on the Laurentians. During the winter months, the ski area covers 755 acres and includes 102 ski trails on 4 distinct slopes for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. With over 1,200 snowguns, the ski station is one of the most sophisticated and powerful snowmaking systems in North America.

The ever-popular panoramic gondola has returned along with access to the beaches, and on July 4, the Luge run returns. Numerous activities including hiking, mini-golf, tennis, and bike and boat rentals are also now available.

Returning July 17 is the Tonga Lumina, a sensory experience in the forest produced by Moment Factory. This mile-long night walk takes place on a stone dust and illuminated pathway at the heart of nature. To start off, visitors show up at the bottom of the Flying Mile chairlift that will take them up to the midway station where they will be led to the entrance of the trail. After taking visitors on a brief ascension, the trail slowly weaves its way down the hill through the woods, crosses streams and clearings. Participants can anticipate being on the pathway an average of one hour.

A Friendly, Welcoming Pedestrian Village

To complete the current vacation rental offer, all hotels have reopened and are offering flexible discounts of up to 30% off depending on the time of booking, with the Bring on the Great Outdoors Offer. Vacationers can enjoy choosing from an array of boutiques and activities, as well as restaurants proposing take out or sit down options, both indoors and outdoors. Many merchant patios will also be reconfigured in the coming weeks to fully savor the summer months while respecting physical distancing measures.

Because employee and guest wellness is at the heart of the destination’s preoccupations, the activities and businesses currently open are complying with all Public Health requirements.

Getting to and around Tremblant

From Montréal-Trudeau International Airport (YUL) there are multiple ground transportation options, including scheduled shuttle service. From the city center, there is deluxe 56-seat motorcoach service on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The 2-hour and 15-minute ride includes stops in Saint-Sauveur and at three different sites in Mont-Tremblant.

From Toronto, both Air Canada and Porter Airlines offer scheduled flights. Porter Airlines offers direct flights between Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) and Mont-Tremblant International Airport (YTM). In winter, Air Canada offers non-stop flights between Toronto Pearson (YYZ) and Mont-Tremblant International Airport (YTM). Both carrier’s flight schedules offer convenient connections in Toronto to their respective networks.

From Tremblant resort to downtown passing through original village, enjoy free public transit of Ville de Mont-Tremblant to travel among the various hubs. Minimize your environmental footprint!

The latest details

Find out everything there is to know about activities, boutiques, restaurants, and lodging establishments now open on the Tremblant blog, via its regular updates. 

Photo by Weigler Godoy on Unsplash

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