Mont Tremblant Travel Guide

• A Travel Guide for Mont Tremblant, Quebec.
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Welcome to Mont Tremblant!

Located in the forested and rugged region of the Laurentian Mountains, Mont-Tremblant is a unique destination, created by merging the historic villages of St. Jovite and Mont-Tremblant with the top ski resort Tremblant. Together, these sectors offer visitors an opportunity to enjoy year-round tours and activities including skiing, golfing, hiking, biking, fishing and countless others. With a vertical drop of 650 m (2132 ft), mont Tremblant is the highest peak in the Laurentian mountains, attracting tourists from around the globe. At Tremblant, visitors have the opportunity to walk about the Pedestrian Village to find world-class facilities and accommodations as well as several attractions and amenities including restaurants, shops, spas, cinema, art galleries and more. An alternative to skiing is taking-in the sites located in the former St. Jovite (now Centre-Ville or Downtown) and Mont-Tremblant (now Secteur Le Village or Village Sector). Here, find collectibles, antiques and charming eateries as well as affordable lodging and services. Experience it all at Mont-Tremblant.

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