Set within the Laurentian mountains, Mont-Tremblant has a year-round ski resort. Don't forget to pack up your skiing gear and explore the expansive terrain. If you're not a big fan of skiing, there are other winter-related activities that you can do: snow mobile tours, ice fishing, snowboarding or sleigh rides!
If you forgot to pack ski equipment, food or other essentials, panic not! Mont-Tremblant Village is pretty self-sufficient and has almost everything you need - including prêt-à-porter boutiques, sporting goods stores and equipment rentals, gift shops and even art galleries.
You'll never be bored with Mont-Tremblant's assortment of restaurants, bars and café's. They even have a lounge and…nightclub! And since you're in Quebec, might as well order a Québécois classic - their world-famous poutine!
Climate at the mountains is even more hostile. In the dead of winter, the average temperature hovered at - 30°C. As an après-ski activity, treat yourself to a luxurious spa and massage. Experience authentic Scandinavian bath and book your getaway package at Spa Scandinave.
From Thursdays to Sundays, Casino de Mont-Tremblant opens their doors to provide a unique gaming experience. Not only was it the cleanest casino I've ever been to, it also has the most breath-taking décor. Have dinner at Altitudes Seafood and Grill and enjoy the scenery from their rooftop patio. The most amazing part? The casino is connected to the Mont-Tremblant village via cable car! If you prefer to stay on the ground, the casino also provides a complimentary shuttle service.
For more information on Mont-Tremblant and pricing on activities, check out their website: http://www.tremblant.ca/.