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SKI TREMBLANT

Tremblant: #1 ski resort in Eastern North America for a 12th consecutive year (Ski Magazine).
An elevation of 875 metres. 628 acres of skiable terrain. Skiing and boarding on 4 faces94 runs, the longest of which is 6 km. 17 novice runs. 31 intermediate runs as well as miles of expert terrain.

DOGSLEDDING

Experience the thrill of dog sledding in the Laurentian wilderness. Whether you prefer to ride as a passenger over mountain trails, drive your own sled across a snow-covered field, or take a trip deep into the forest, we have the excursion for you. Available from December to the beginning of April

HORSEBACK RIDING

You've probably skied through fresh powder, but have you ever galloped through it? Visit a real cowboy ranch and discover the thrill of winter horseback riding. All levels are welcome. Available all year

ICE CLIMBING

Climb a frozen cliff face under the expert supervision of a qualified instructor. You’ll learn the basic ice-climbing techniques and safety protocols for top rope climbing, as well as how to tie in and belay. No experience necessary. A great teambuilding activity! Available till mid-April

SCANDINAVIAN BATHS

An afternoon or evening at the Scandinavian baths is a great way to relax in the heart of nature. Try the Finnish and Norwegian baths, outdoor hot tubs, Nordic and thermal waterfalls and swimming in the Rivière La Diable. Available all year

SLEIGH RIDES

Enjoy a cup of hot chocolate while on an evening horse-drawn sleigh ride. Our resident storyteller/guide will entertain you with fascinating Tremblant legends. This old-fashioned adventure takes you through forests and trails just minutes from the resort. Available from December to mid-April

ACROBRANCHE

Try a sensational aerial adventure with zip lines strung in the trees 25 to 75 feet above the ground. Nighttime excursions are also available, complete with headlamps! Available all year

HELICOPTER TOURS

Climb over the forest tree tops and head for Rivière La Diable and Mont-Tremblant Village. You’ll see Lac Tremblant, the race track and the golf courses. On the way back, there’s Lac Ouimet, Gray Rocks and Saint-Jovite Village. Available all year

SNOWSHOEING

Take a guided snowshoe hike into the mountains and find deer in their natural habitat. Lightweight snowshoes are provided. This activity is perfect for families and nature lovers. Those looking for a more strenuous workout can take our guided hike across some of Tremblant's highest peaks. Available from December to the beginning of April

SNOWMOBILING

Experience the thrill of snowmobiling over the snow. The trails take you through small villages and remote wilderness areas. Guided trips ensure hassle free exploring and adventure. Available from December to April

TUBING

Spend a few hours bouncing down the hill on an inflatable inner tube, then let the mechanical lift take you back up to the top. Choose from beginner to double diamond runs. Perfect for an après-ski or evening adventure. Available from December to the end of March

CROSS-COUNTRY SKI

Cross-country ski in Parc national Mont Tremblant. 53 km of ski trails that are patrollled and mechanically groomed. The cross-country ski trails are spread over 10 circuits, ranging from easy to difficult. You can take a break at one of the 6 warming huts heated with a wood stove. A 12-km skate skiing trail network is also available in the Parc national Mont Tremblant.