Mont Tremblant Summer & Winter Recreation 


Mont Tremblant is the highest Mountain in the Laurentians, and the oldest mountain range in the world,
World-class skiing with a 915 vertical meters with three summits and three faces which can accommodate more than 22,000 skiers per day on 90 + runs, and 400+ snowmaking guns provide full-mountain coverage.
It is Canada's oldest and most established ski resort, the 2nd oldest resort in North America, and home to the oldest ski school in Canada with the greatest number of Level 4 ski instructors.


Five local Golf Courses, including USGA-rated Championship Courses - all within a few minutes of Pointe Solitude property.



Lac Tremblant 14km length for swimming, sailing, fishing and other watersports - only 3 miles from Pointe Solitude property.


This 200 km P'tit Train du Nord muti-purpose trail winds past the Pointe Solitude land - (see location logo)

During the 20s and 30s, down hill skiing was all the rage and the P'tit Train du Nord played a pivotal role in opening up the Laurentians as a resort area. As the automobile arrived on the scene and the area was accessible by super highway, the trains usefulness finished and the rail line eventually shutdown. It was fortunate that within a few years the rails-to-trails idea was latched upon and a new life was found for the rail bed. Once again the P'tit Train is bringing outdoor lovers north into the Laurentians but now its on foot, bicycles and cross country skis.

Winding from Saint-Jerome through the four seasons multi-purpose trail travels for 200km, through Mont -Tremblant village to its terminus at Mont Laurier ...more


ATV Tours, Rafting, Watersports Centre 
Golf, Rock Climbing, Spa & Massage,Canoeing, Scandinavian Baths Airplane and Helicopter tours, Horseback Riding Cattle Round-Up, Acrobranche - Zip lines, Guided Biking, In-line skating trails, National Park Fishing Excursions, Race Car School, Apprentice-Falconer ,Guided nature walk, Caleche ride, Whitewater rafting.
Tennis Cente,r Aqua-Center and Fitness Center, and Mont Tremblant Provincial Park with over(1,490 sq. Km) 405 lakes, and 6 rivers

Downhill skiing and boarding, Cross country skiing,Snowmobiling Excursions, Horseback Riding, Dogsledding,  Scandinavian Baths & Massage, Acrobranche - Zip lines
Sleighrides, Snowshoeing, Ice Climbing,Tubing, Helicopter tours, X-Country Ski Tours,Off-road Land Rover

Perhaps you would like to experience what it’s like on a cattle drive, take an excursion on horseback or learn the basic techniques of the old cowboys. The guides at Ranch Mont-Tremblant are ready to offer you a warm welcome and professional training for all these activities and more. Rolling valleys and wide mountains, criss-crossed by numerous streams and lakes make up the breathtaking panorama that you are about to discover as you hit the trails and wend your way across this natural landscape. The challenge is all yours! click here for more  



Check out the wide array of summer and winter activities that are offered at Tremblant! Click here for more









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