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Ville de Mont Tremblant

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The City of Mont-Tremblant in Quebec is a remarkable resort town located in the heart of the Laurentian Mountains. The town is best known for its exceptional skiing, undeniable charm, magnificent landscape and for the impressive amount of activities that are available through out the year. It is also home to Tremblant ski resort which was voted the #1 ski destination in Eastern North America by Ski Magazine’s readers 20 years in a row.

 

The City of Mont-Tremblant is made up of three separate villages: the Pedestrian Village, the Old Village and St-Jovite also called « Centre-ville ».  The Pedestrian Village is loacted at Tremblant Ski Resort and sits at the foot of the mountain.  St-Jovite is Mont Tremblant’s downtown area and its located about 7 miles south of the resort.  The Old Village sits at the edge of Lake Mercier between the ski resort and Tremblant’s downtown area.

 

Summer activities include cycling, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, ziplines, golf at one of six championship golf courses, and more.  In wintertime you don’t have to be a ski enthusiast to enjoy your time in Mont Tremblant.   Ice-skating, sleigh riding, snowmobiling, dog sledding, and ice-fishing are just a few of the activities that one can enjoy during a winter visit to Mont Tremblant.

 

Mont Tremblant has received numerous rewards including recognition by National Geographic as one of the top 25 ski villages in the world .

 

2019 Statistics

  • Size: 90 square miles (235 km²)
  • Population: 10,010
  • Average age: 46 years old
  • Average income: $57,331
  • Languages: 90% French, 7.5% English, 2.7% Other, 0.7% French & English

 

Follow the links below to discover more about the amazing City of Mont-Tremblant in Quebec:

Tremblant History

Alterra Mountain Co.

Tourism Offices

Awards & Recognition

Language & Culture

Three Villages

Lakes & Beaches

Parks in Tremblant

Tremblant Casino

Picture Galleries

The Laurentians

Province of Quebec

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