Christmas in Mont Tremblant is truly an exceptional time of year to visit the Laurentian Mountains. Located only 1 ½ hours drive from Montreal, Bel Air Resort offers the location for your stay in the Canadian alps. With a winter full of activities, there’s plenty to see and do with your family or special someone. Christmas in Mont Tremblant doesn’t just have the charm of Christmas trees and reeses, but it offers amazing group activities from skiing to horse sledding and so much more!
Christmas is one of the busiest times of year, and for good reason! From the center of town, or its beautiful resorts in the outskirts of town, you can access the mountain for skiing in less than 20 minutes from any direction. Pick from the many 4-5 star restaurants in town and experience a Christmas meal that will blow away your expectations! Not only will you get the holiday goose, you’ll have all the sides and eggnog to go with it. Add a little spice for the adults! For church family services, there are many churches and chapels in town. Chapel St. Bernard for Christians has daily services, for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
There’s an adorable delicatessen market in downtown Mont Tremblant, and border town super markets in case you need supplies to make a Christmas dinner. Otherwise, take a stroll down the main boulevard of old town or the new town district and see some of the fantastic choices open for the holiday. Traditional Canadian and French cuisines are available for purchase in store, or in case you want to dine out.
Now about those activities! From Christmas carols to a horse sleigh ride in a gorgeous red carriage… Tremblant will help you enjoy the holiday in so many ways! Take the kiddies ice skating on the Lake Mercier, or visit the town for a holiday Christmas carol or fresh crepes. Holiday events happen all month long, even after Christmas day (till January 5th).
You can enjoy a fully decked out Christmas in Mont Tremblant.
From the 22nd – 30th, be sure to check out Lumberjack week; with shows and activities that reflect the traditional lifestyle of the region. On the 26th and 30th, enjoy the Pedestrian village’s storytelling adventures, inspired from local legends. And from the 28th – 2nd, enjoy a Christmas themed village square, with classic Christmas stories and lighting to fill your heart with joy. Decorations, warming campfires, and other activities dot the pedestrian village.
On Christmas Eve, there’s a parade in town, where you’ll be able to take photos with Santa Claus; whom gives gifts to all the kids. Costumed holiday characters are added to the festive atmosphere, such as Rudolph, elves and the Grinch to name a few. Enjoy Christmas carols and warm cocoa by a cozy fire.
If you’re looking for a way to relax without the kids, leave them supervised at the villages aquatic center to play in the kiddie pool; while you wind down at Bel Air’s 4 star spa and sauna. This is one of the few private saunas in town open to the public. And with good means, they take the experience to a whole new level. With over a dozen massage and therapeutic treatments, the property’s masseuse will surely help your muscles loosen from a frigid day’s work! To make the experience even more special, you’ll be able to warm up in their luxurious clubhouse’s Jacuzzi and heated pool. Christmas in Mont Tremblant never looked so good!
Be sure to make your reservation at least a few months in advance. As the holiday season approaches, availability becomes limited at almost every resort in the region.