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Mont-Tremblant is a city enlivened by the many activities that pack its calendar year round. It’s especially true in the fall when the leaves on the trees change color before making way for the winter season, when the national park offers absolutely breathtaking scenery. So here are some activities you can (re)discover during fall in Mont-Tremblant.
Are you both curious and a food lover? Do you take pleasure in discovering new flavors all while staying active, to burn those calories you just consumed? Tremblant Gourmand is without a doubt the premiere destination of every active, pleasure-seeking person. A wide range of activities combines the love of fitness and good food. Even if you’re in the middle of a hike, you’ll have the chance to pause at some gourmet stops in order to discover the flavors of the Laurentian Mountains. Tremblant Gourmand goes on for 9 days between September 12th and 20th, 2015, to the great delight of your taste buds.
Halloween is fast approaching, but do you really think that traditional trick-or-treating is just for kids? The village of Mont-Tremblant offers one of the most Halloweenesque evenings for children and adults alike in a spine-chilling atmosphere. To celebrate the most frightening holiday of the year, Mont-Tremblant is enlivened by trick-or-treating and various stands, including a space for kids to get their faces painted. It’s an event you don’t want to miss, every October 31st!
Hiking in the mountains
Discover the Laurentian Mountains while climbing to the highest peak in the area. More than a dozen trails are accessible for free and, depending on your skill level, range from 1 to 11 kilometers. The trails include different viewpoints, allowing you to admire the beauty of the panorama. Boardsport enthusiasts will have the chance to see the mountain from an entirely different angle and may even be able to discover other paths for the winter season. You’ll even be spoiled by going back down the mountain in a ski lift, just to enjoy the view a little bit longer. And whatever you do, keep your eyes peeled, a deer just might come say hello!
There are a thousand and one ways to enjoy the mountains and the Skyline Luge Tremblant is one of them. Do ski lifts and hiking bore you? Are you looking for a bigger adrenaline rush? Hurtle down the mountain behind the wheel of an alpine luge! This cross between a go-kart and a sled will thrill the whole family. Don’t be surprised if you want go for a second turn: for most people, once isn’t enough!
Tremblant now gives you the chance to make a dream become reality: flying through the clouds. Ziptrek Ecotours lets you to soar over the village on a zip line, starting from the peak of the mountain, via 5 different lines. It’s a whole new way to explore the area and to get an adrenaline rush, all while respecting the environment.
The changing of the leaves offers much more than a breathtaking view. From a love of good food to zip lining, Tremblant is waiting for you to come celebrate the end of the summer and the beginning of winter!
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.