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Some people hesitate over coming to stay in Mont-Tremblant for fear they won’t find the adrenaline rush they’re looking for by playing sports. Yet Mont-Tremblant is without a doubt one of the main sports activity centers in Quebec. Whether it’s running or whitewater rafting, you’ll definitely have the chance to burn some calories!
The Devil’s descent in canoe (unguided)
Hurtle down the Devil’s river during an unguided canoeing excursion. Contrary to what the name may make you think, the river is rather calm, despite a few rapids, allowing you to paddle along at your own pace. It’s a chance to admire the landscapes, each one different from the last, and to get your fill of fresh air. From the mountains to the river, you can have a picnic and get some sun along the sandy banks.
La Classique Salomon trail run
Need to burn off some energy? La Classique Salomon is a trail run of 1, 5, or 10 kilometers, depending on the skill level of you and your group. It’s a chance to take on a challenge and to go the extra mile together with family, all while enjoying the beauty of nature.
Whether you have several races under your belt or want to cross your first finish line, the Tremblant half-marathon, in place since 2010, is aimed at anyone looking for an adrenaline rush. No matter your age, you are welcome. There are also 1, 5, and 10 km trails to suit every type of runner.
The prestigious IRONMAN race will leave no tough athlete indifferent. In fact, it comprises three events that take place over the course of the summer.
Take advantage of the month of June to participate in IRONMAN 5150, which can be done in two ways: a sprint or Olympic triathlon, to get you into the swing of things.
The next day, the IRON MAN 70.3 race, a half-triathlon, is held.
The most intense race takes place during the month of August, in which things get more difficult: 3.8 km of swimming, 180 km of biking, and 42.2 km of running, all in less than 17 hours. Each year, more than 2,500 athletes from all over the world take part in the adventure and the city of Mont-Tremblant is reconfigured to allow cyclists and runners to move around comfortably.
What race will you participate in?
24 hours of Tremblant
24 hours of Tremblant is, above all, an event of mutual aid and sharing. It’s a large fundraising event to benefit sick and underprivileged children. In fact, it’s the most important event in eastern North America in the world of skiing. With three days of festivities and a unique atmosphere, it’s a way to make your contribution in good spirits and friendliness.
Climbing enthusiasts: put Tremblant’s Via Ferrata on your list of activities to do. A cross between hiking and climbing, you’ll be able to enjoy different places at your own pace within the multiple suggested paths, together with a certified guide. No experience is required and the itineraries include paths for all levels, even beginners.
Need to relax but still want to stay active? Take part in the unique Wanderlust festival, a 4-day adventure for music and yoga lovers who want to get far away from stress. Quebec’s best yoga and wellness instructors come out to the peak of the mountain to help you find your chakras. Say “namaste” to Mont-Tremblant and find peace of mind.
Mont-Tremblant is the ultimate destination for remaining active and leading a healthy life, thanks to all the sporting events that take place there. You’ll have multiple opportunities to go beyond yourself and take on challenges!
Mont Tremblant region has been famous for its skiing domain and exquisite golf course for decades. There are presently five major golf courses close to the mountain : Le Diable, Le Geant, La Bete, Le Maitre and Manitou. The beauty of these landscapes has inspired many real estate projects over the last 30 years.
The ‘Chateau Fleur de Lys’, a majestic castle nestled in Mont Tremblant’s southwest slope, was built in 2010 fulfilling famous hockey player Mario Lemieux’s wildest dreams. Architect Remi Fortier took inspiration from Chateau Frontenac in Quebec City, and subtly concealed modern amenities to make sure this masterpiece is both beautiful and comfortable during each season.