Whether it's for lovers or friends, Mont-Tremblant is always a great destination to enjoy the mountains, the 101 activities and the excitement of the village.
DAY 1: SCANDINAVIAN SPA
We decided to skip the Friday night traffic in Montreal by going on an escapade to the North in the afternoon. Upon arriving at Tremblant, we started the weekend in relaxation mode at the Scandinavian spa. Already a year since its expansion! The space is now equipped with a beautiful central fireplace and a huge bath offering an incredible view of the Devil's River. An inviting setting for hot/cold bath enthusiasts. We were able to take full advantage of the Nordic baths, since the area is less busy during the week than on weekends.
DAY 2 : DOWNHILL SKIING
Downhill skiing is a must when visiting Tremblant! With the changing weather conditions, the trails were rather icy when we went there. That didn't stop us from moving around and breathing the fresh winter air. After a few runs on skis, we warmed up with a good chili (our favorite) and a comforting hot chocolate. After dinner, we quickly went back to the slopes to make the most of it before the closing of the mountain (3:30 pm). We were able to stretch the pleasure by following the other skiers who gather in the bars of the village for the happy hour.
A must: The bloody ceasar at Petit Caribou! The festive atmosphere and the ski tricks are there. It ends the day beautifully 😏
For the last day of the weekend, we wanted to visit the village on foot. The pedestrian streets run along inviting buildings, with their unique architecture and bright colors. On entering, we discovered several beautiful stores or small cafes/restaurants. One could even enjoy a coffee break (or two) in the gondolas!
Take a trip to the little cafe Cafeo in St-Jovite on the way home, the dinner bowls are incredible. ☕️
- Ideal option for groups (Airbnb): Chalet Bonita
- Very affordable option for a couple: Maison Gervais & Cie
Have a sweet escape!