Tremblant is the most colourful and atmospheric ski town in Quebec province, with cobbled streets and quaint houses But while the Laurentians are some of the oldest mountains in the world, Tremblant – which is ski-in, ski-out, is a clever reconstruction. Its four mountain faces – Versant Sud, Versant Soleil, Versant Nord and Edge – provide some of the most extensive skiing in Eastern Canada. Repeatedly voted the ‘Best Resort in Eastern North America for 14 years’ by the Ski Magazine, a ski holiday in the slope-side pedestrian village of Tremblant is a complete immersion in the unique culture of French-speaking Quebec with the added bonus of of Canadian & French cuisine. Mont Tremblant offers great variety of skiing on its well groomed runs. The resort is also known as ‘the Disneyland of winter ski’ with lots of activities for skiers and non-skiers alike in the pedestrianised village.
Resort Code: CAMT
Languages spoken: English
Time difference: GMT-5
Flights depart Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday
Fly direct from Heathrow
Via Amsterdam Aberdeen
Flying time 7hrs 30mins direct
Transfer 1hr 30mins, 130km, by coach
Supplements apply on some flights.
Private transfers and Car hire are available.
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Free connecting flights via Heathrow with British Airways from Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow, Edinburgh & Aberdeen
Car hire available: Yes
Evening resort bus service: No
Parking available: No
Resort Ski bus available: No