Tremblant Ski Holidays

Tremblant is easy to get to and ideal for families - it’s a great half-term alternative to Europe. While you’re here, don't miss your chance to visit the gorgeous Scandinave Spa.
Rupert Hatfield
Product Manager - Canada
Tremblant is easy to get to and ideal for families - it’s a great half-term alternative to Europe. While you’re here, don't miss your chance to visit the gorgeous Scandinave Spa.
Rupert Hatfield
Product Manager - Canada

Summary

4
Beginner
4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
Intermediate
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Advanced
  • Family Friendly
  • Nightlife
  • Village Charm
  • Quick Transfer Time

Tremblant’s colourful clapboard houses, all-ability ski area and fantastic off-slope activities make it a firm family favourite.

The East Coast’s largest resort, Tremblant is perfect for families and mixed-ability groups. Affectionately known as ‘Disney on Snow', it’s guaranteed to go down well with kids.

Within the hugely diverse ski area, novices can ski down from almost any lift, and half of the terrain is classed as ‘advanced’. Cold winters mean that the slopes hold their snow well, and the glade skiing is fantastic.

Pretty clapboard buildings line the streets in the pedestrianised village. Here, Québec’s French influence can be felt everywhere, from the local accents to the après bars, restaurants and bakeries. For a relaxing après treat, Scandinave Spa is the place to go. And if you’re here as a family, you’ll love the two swimming pools at Aquaclub La Source.

An easy transfer and relatively short flight add even more appeal to Tremblant ski holidays. To fully appreciate Québec’s captivating culture, we suggest spending a few nights in Montreal before you fly home.

Every holiday is tailor-made, just for you.

Call 01273 224060 for advice from our ski specialists.

Resort Guide

Tremblant Resort Guide

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Resort stats

Season
November to April
Nearest airport
Montreal
Transfer time
1 hour 30 minutes
Transport
Transfer
Elevation
2,871 ft
Vertical drop
2,116 ft
Avg snowfall
13 ft
Ski area
654 acres
Ski lifts
14
Runs
95
Grade
50% advanced
33% intermediates
17% beginners

Maps

Resort Map

Accommodation

The majority of hotels and condos are ski-in ski-out, or within easy reach of the village. Standards are high throughout and there’s a good range of options, from affordable rooms to high-end luxury.

We’ve stayed at or visited all our Tremblant accommodation options, so call us for advice and we’ll recommend the best ones for you.

Featured accommodation

Ermitage du Lac  Exterior
  • Breakfast Included
  • Fitness Facilities
  • Hot Tub
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Self-Catered
Nestled between Lac Tremblant and Lac Miroir, Ermitage du Lac is an intimate boutique hotel.
  • Breakfast Included
  • Close to Ski School
  • Close to Slopes
  • Close to Village
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Hot Tub
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Pool
  • Self-Catered
  • Spa
The Hilton Homewood Suites are conveniently located a very short walk from the lifts and the village centre.

Reviews

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18/03/2017 Sian Morgan

Relatively small ski area, but lovey runs for all abilities. Lift system needs serious updating and modernising, if you ski to Northside, you have to queue for up to 15 minutes at times, to then be faced with a very long open 4 man chair , in minus 25C this is not fun. Ski conditions where not the best due to lack of fresh snow, also very windy at times.

27/02/2017 Emma Gillies

A small resort that was great for beginners and more advanced skiers alike. The ski school was excellent. Good choice of restaurants and bars.

24/02/2017 Gary Hull

Great resort. All amenities very central. Good choice of restaurants and excellent ski school.

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News

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3rd February 2017 - Craig Charley

January was a record-breaking month for snow, with some resorts receiving over seven metres. While Canada didn't have as many powder days as the USA last month, over a metre of fresh snow is forecast before Tuesday in British Columbia. Read our January snow report for all the best photos and videos...