10 activities to do in Mont-Tremblant this winter

Date: October 20th 2020
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With fall already well underway in our beautiful province, it's already time to plan our winter outings. This year, forget about the cold and the hours spent shovelling your driveway, turn your winter into unforgettable memories with a stay at Mont-Tremblant.

Why Mont-Tremblant? Why not, I would answer. But in case that answer isn't enough to convince you, here are 10 activities you can do this winter in Mont-Tremblant:

1. The two highest mountains in the Laurentians

The Mont-Tremblant area is where you can ski the two highest mountains in the Laurentians. Tremblant Resort and Mont-Blanc offer a different and exceptional skiing experience. These two magnificent mountains will allow you to vary your mountain experiences during your stay in the region. The two mountains offer an impressive total of 145 trails, so you'll be spoiled for choice.

Internationally acclaimed, Mont Tremblant is the largest and most varied ski area in eastern North America.

As authorities begin to plan for the gradual recovery of the economy and the easing of containment measures, it is realistic to think that you will still be able to have fun during your vacation!

2. Ice Climbing

At first glance, this activity may seem extreme to some, but rest assured that the supervision of ice climbing instructors certified by the Fédération Québécoise de la Montagne et de l'Escalade makes this activity safe and accessible to all. Will you take your courage in both hands to come and brave the icy walls of Mont-Tremblant? Thrills and unforgettable experiences are on the menu to create memories that you will cherish for the rest of your life.

3. Ice fishing

Do you miss fishing? Maybe you can't afford a fishing trip to the Bahamas? Didn't catch anything last summer and can't wait to shut up your fishing buddies? Well, this is the solution for you! Whether it's with friends or family, ice fishing is a winter activity that leaves no one indifferent. The Kanatha-Aki ice fishing will allow you, accompanied by a guide, to live an experience according to the Inuit tradition. You will make your own hole in the ice to titillate the speckled or rainbow trout that are under the ice surface. Once the day's fishing is over, you can go back to the comfort of your cabin to enjoy your catch or eat it on-site. In addition, all the necessary equipment is provided, for young and old alike.

4. The Fatbike Experience

If you haven't yet tried a Fatbike in the snow, this is an experience you must have. Apart from the peddling action, the feeling of riding a Fatbike in the snow is nothing like what you would experience on a traditional bike ride. As if the experience itself wasn't enough to convince you to give it a try, the Mont-Tremblant Cycling Club offers over 50 km of single and double trails. Not enough for you? You want more thrills, more adrenaline? No problem, you also have access to 25 km of trails normally reserved for mountain bikes.

5. Puppies, Puppies, and more Puppies!!

As we recently found out in our article on dog-friendly chalets, you too love our canine friends! This is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of your stay in Mont-Tremblant to combine your love for our furry friends with your day of fun in the snow! Go on a dog sledding trip with the Mushers. On the program: meeting the magnificent dogs and hiking adventure in the magnificent landscapes of Mont-Tremblant. This is an extraordinary activity that will remain engraved in your memory forever.

6. Snowmobile

Whether you are afraid of dogs, prefer motors to sleds, or simply love snowmobiling, this is the perfect solution for you. Come and experience the feeling of freedom that snowmobile rides through the winter landscape of Mont-Tremblant will give you. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, don't worry, there is a package available for you that will guarantee all the fun you are looking for.

7. Come and observe the wildlife of Mont-Tremblant

For our nature lovers, what better way than to stop and contemplate the grandeur and beauty of the nature that surrounds us. You can do this in the Mont-Tremblant region and you can even observe it from an angle that you won't be able to see elsewhere in Quebec. Come and contemplate the largest land mammal in North America in the only wood bison reserve in Quebec. During a short expedition, accompanied by a guide, you will be able to observe up close this species that is today among the endangered species.

8. A immense network of trails awaits you

Whether you are a winter walker, snowshoer, cross-country skier, Nordic skier or alpine hiker, the Mont-Tremblant region has trails for you. Dozens and dozens of kilometres of trails of all kinds are available on the territory. From short hikes to longer expeditions, many options are available to you. You can even learn to light a fire on ice and stop at a refuge to enjoy a good meal with your group. This winter, Mont-Tremblant is the destination of choice for your hiking trip!

9. A little rest

After all those exhausting activities, it's time to take a break! Take a day to unplug and let yourself be pampered by the benefits of a massage in one of the many spas in the region. There's nothing like a nice winter day at the spa with a good drink in hand to forget all your worries and recharge your batteries. Whether you prefer a traditional spa, an intimate experience, or the unique experience offered by the Scandinavian baths, the Mont-Tremblant region has the spa that suits you.

10. Winter Paintball

You read that right! For thrill-seekers and those who want to get out of their comfort zone, paintball activities are offered year-round at Mont-Tremblant. With your group, come and participate in one of the many scenarios offered by the Activity Centre. Whether it's for fun or to settle the score with friends, adrenaline and fun are sure to follow!

Now you know what to do this winter! So don't wait any longer and book your stay in the magnificent Mont-Tremblant region now.