A welcome mat of superb dining, shopping and amazing nightlife is rolled out in Tremblant. The European-inspired pedestrian village is always alive with people and delicious smells emanating from the many eateries.
Photo credit: Mont-Tremblant
Cool decor complements the great food at one of Tremblant’s many restaurants, bars and cafés. Pictured above is Pizzateria where you can enjoy the casual atmosphere and delicious pizza.
Skiing down to the village, a spectacular view lays before you on the south side of Tremblant. When you're ready to relax, the après scene is hard to beat. In the spring, the patios come alive and there is always live music percolating throughout the village.
Herman "Jackrabbit" Smith-Johannsen is a part of the rich history in the Laurentians and around Tremblant. After all, people have been coming here for more than 75 years. Jackrabbit was instrumental in developing Nordic skiing in the area and he lived and skied well past his 100 birthday. I hope I can do the same! Photo credit, Mont-Tremblant.
Looking towards the summit of Mont-Tremblant from the top of the Flying Mile, one of four slope sides at the resort. With tons of diverse terrain, Tremblant does not disappoint.
If you want to burn off some extra calories after a late night out in the many bars and restaurants in Tremblant, try some Nordic touring to experience another side of of the resort.
Head over to the Refuge du Trappeur (fur trader hut) on Versant Soleil to warm up or fuel up. It’s best to stop mid-morning or even later in the afternoon to enjoy great views or the warmth of the woodstove. Be sure to try the traditional French Canadian soup or sweets.
Pictured here is the view from inside the Refuge.
Want to experience the excitement of the Casino de Mont-Tremblant on Versant Soleil? Conveniently located slope-side, it is the resort’s most recent expansion. The casino offers an exclusive experience in a refined and friendly atmosphere.
There's nothing like a March snowstorm to freshen up the superb tree skiing found at Tremblant. Looking for an adrenaline rush? Head to The Edge for some of the steepest tree skiing on the mountain. Photo credit, Mont-Tremblant.
There’s no shortage of terrain parks at Tremblant. Freestyle enthusiasts have access to 30 acres in three different areas of the mountain. Here’s a shot of Adrenalin Park. Photo credit, Mont-Tremblant.
Tremblant has an infectious energy with so many things to do. I can’t wait to go back. For more on the resort check out, http://www.tremblant.ca/en/
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