Mont Tremblant Resort
is located in the center of the Laurentians Region. The resort is situated
at the base of the ski hill on the south side of Mont Tremblant mountain
or the versant sud. The resort is a large area but all of it's features
and attractions can be reached on foot along the villages pedestrian walkways.
There is also a free sky ride from the lower village to the upper village
if you're looking to get to the slopes as quickly as possible. The hill's
main Gondola provides access to the mountain's peak during the summer
as well as the ski season. The view from the top is phenomenal, particularly
during the fall when the leafs are at their peak.
The resort is essentially
self contained and once you check in you'll find little that isn't available
onsite. There are hundreds of accommodations in a variety of styles and
price ranges, while the surrounding Mont Tremblant Region has hundreds
more. There are exceptional restaurants within the resort and lots more
nearby in Vieux Tremblant and St. Jovite. Shoppers will be able to peruse
a wide variety of unique merchandise made available from the dozens of
boutiques and specialty shops you'll find. More information is available
at two kiosks onsite at the resort, any any other queries can usually
be quickly address at your front desk. The regional tourism office is
just a short drive away and has a broader array of regional information.
The Mont Tremblant
Region is made up of three sectors, the resort, and the Villages of Mont
Tremblant (Vieux Tremblant) and Saint-Jovite. All the sectors are just
a short drive from each other or you can access them with the regional
shuttle bus on cross country skies or a bicycle. Cyclists can also take
advantage of the regions famous rail trail, the P'tit Train du Nord, which
passes through both Ste. Jovite and Mont Tremblant.
Most regularly scheduled flights will terminate
at the Montreal International Airport. Charters may come through Mirabel.
Mont Tremblant now has an International Airport approximately 30 minutes
from the resort. Voyager Airlines flies from Toronto, Boston, and New
York and lands at the new airport. Flights in the late afternoon allow
you to take full advantage of your weekend.
Check with the carriers for details. See our airports
listings for more information.
From Montreal International Airport -
Take AutoRoute 13 to its terminus, then head east on the 640 at Bois
Briand. Watch for the signs for the 15 north a short distance along
the 640 and head north, AutoRoute 15 turns into the 117 just passed
Sainte-Agathe. These are the main corridor into the region. On route
you'll find Saint-Jerome, Saint-Sauveur, Saint Adele, Sainte-Agathe,
Mont Tremblant and Mont Laurier.
From Montreal - Take AutoRoute 15 which
turns into the 117 just passed Sainte-Agathe. These are the main corridor
into the region. On route you'll find Saint-Jerome, Saint-Sauveur, Saint
Adele, Sainte-Agathe, Mont Tremblant and Mont Laurier.
From Ottawa Cross over to Hull then take
highway 50 to the 148 south. At Montebello turn east onto the 323 North.
At the 117 head south to Saint-Jerome, Saint-Sauveur, Saint Adele, Sainte-Agathe,
Mont Tremblant or north to Mont Laurier.
are bordered to the west by the Ottawa River and to the south by the
St. Lawrence. These waterways tie into the Rideau Canal, the Trent Severn
Waterway and the Chambly Canal all of which directly (or indirectly)
connect the area to the Great Lakes, the Canadian Maritimes, Lake Champlain
and the American east coast via New York City.
Laurentians and Montreal
The major airports
servicing the Laurentians are in Montreal and Mirabel. Most of the traffic
has been moved back to the Montreal International Airport.
Eliot Trudeau International Airport
- (Dorval) Montreal, Quebec
975 Romeo-Vachon North
600 Commerce Street A4
The main Canadian
carrier into Toronto is Air Canada. There are a large number of international
carriers which also service the region. There are now a number of airlines
competing nationally and keeping fares down.
Canada - International and National, Canada's largest carrier
- National Discount
- National Discount Carrier
Jet - Regional and National
times into Montreal (direct) are as follows:
Amsterdam - 6.5hrs.
Boston - 1hr.
Chicago - 2hrs.
Cincinnati - 1hr.
Philadelphia - 1.5hrs., LA - 5.5hrs.
London (England) - 6hrs.
New York 1.5hrs.
Toronto - 1hr.
Vancouver - 5.5hrs.
The smaller airports service communities
throughout the Laurentians and can be contacted at the follow numbers:
Bellefeuille 450-438-0855 Lachute 450-562-1330 La Macaza 819-275-2445
Mascouche 450-474-2477 Mont-Laurier 819-623-5475 Saint-Jovite 819-425-9494
Rentals & Parking
Gasoline and auto repairs are available
throughout the region. Gasoline
is sold by the litre (4.54 litres to an Imperial gallon which is 5/4th
of an American gallon or about 3.6 litres to the American gallon) and
as of this writing costs about 78 cents Canadian for a litre of regular.
There are banks and trusts throughout the
region many of which have ATM (Automatic Teller Machines) Machines and
accept transactions from Canada's major institutions as well as Cirrus
Salons & Estheticians
Beauty salons are available to cater to
your every need throughout the region and Clinique d'Esthetique can
be found in many of the larger towns and villages.
The provincial bus
terminus in Montreal is in the eastern section of the downtown core
at: 505 Maisonneuve Blvd. East at Berri. The terminus also has connections
into several of the Metro (Subway) lines and the urban bus system. Both
Greyhound and Voyageur bus lines provide service to the city and access
to surrounding regions and other areas of Canada. Shuttles to Mont Tremblant
Resort are available at Dorval International Airport, which can be reached
through the CTCUM commuter train system or a combination of Metro and
city buses. See the shuttles listing for more
main bus terminus is in the eastern section of the downtown core at:
505 Maisonneuve Blvd. East at Berri. The terminus also has connections
into several of the Metro (Subway) lines. Telephone 514-842-2281. Both
Greyhound and Voyageur bus lines provide service to the city and access
to surrounding regions and other areas of Canada.
Exchange and Conversion
Canadian's use the
Canadian dollar for exchange of goods and services. As this is written
the Canadian dollar is worth about $0.75 U.S.
- 6 rue de la Gare, Saint-Sauveur
In the resort the currency exchange is
located at the bottom of the village just around the corner from the
entrance to the Kandahar (819-425-8444). You can also change your currency
at the airport in Montreal. Nearby you'll find the Banque
National, at 160 Cure-Deslauriers in Mont Tremblant Village.
801 Ste-Catherine 514-281-1985
Banque National 5070, avenue du Parc 514-273-1791
Banque National 4506 rue St-Denis 514-281-9610
The Montreal International
Airport in Dorval also has an exchange office.
Most of the major credit cards are honored
throughout the region, these include Visa, Master Card and American
Express. As always, when your traveling it's best to inquire first.
Many ski hills run Kids Club for children.
These Clubs offers many activities which usually includes ski instruction.
Inquire with the ski hill or resort.
- Boisbriand - Montreal
- Estérel - Montreal
- Lachute - Montreal
- Mont Tremblant - Montreal - 125km
- Mont Tremblant - Ottawa - 150km
- Mont Tremblant - Toronto - 675km
- Mont Tremblant - Quebec City - 365km
- Morin-Heights -
Montreal - 75km
- Oka - Montreal
- Piedmont - Montreal
- Prevost - Montreal
- Rosemère - Montreal
- Saint Agathe -
Montreal - 86km
- Saint-Antoine -
Montreal - 40km
- Montreal - 42km
- Saint-Jovite -
Montreal - 120km
- Saint-Jérôme -
Montreal - 43km
- Sainte-Adèle -
Montreal - 68km
- Montreal - 23km
- Val-Morin - Montreal
- Val David - Montreal
- Radar detectors are not permitted in cars in Quebec, active
- Montreal 520km (325 miles)
- Montreal 610km (382 miles)
- Montreal 910km (569 miles)
- Montreal 1030km (644 miles)
York - Montreal 610km (382 miles)
- Montreal 220km (138 miles)
- Montreal 250km (156 miles)
- Montreal 150km (95 miles)
- Montreal 550km (344 miles)
In the summer hiking equipment, climbing
equipment, golfing equipment, bikes and roller blades are available
for rent. In the winter you can rent snow shoes, snow boards, ice skates,
cross country and downhill skis. Have a look at our outfitters and retailers
listings for more information.
La Traverse d'Oka - Crosses
the Ottawa River from Hudson toOka at Lac de Deux Montagne in the lower
Pointe Fortune/Carillion - Crosses the Ottawa River from Point Fortune
to Carillion in the lower Laurentians
Limocar Laurentides - 819-425-3115
Montreal Classic Limousine - 1-877-993-9396
Tourism Association puts together an excellent booklet which covers
all aspects of tourism in the Laurentians. It's available at the main
tourism office off of highway 15 as well as many of the other smaller
tourism offices and kiosks. The local tourism associations often have
maps of local trails (there may be a fee for the map) as well as literature
on nearby attractions.
The resort has several
maps available for free at the information kiosks along with brochures
and information on the resort. The Mont Tremblant Tourism office also
provides regional guides and maps (including a cross country map) as
well as fliers and brochures for the broader Laurentian region.
Ski Trail Map
Cross Country Ski Map
Mountain Bike Map
& Postal Services
Mail can be sent and stamps purchased at
the postal stations located in most towns and villages. In Tremblant
resort you can send and receive mail through your front desk and stamps
are available at La Maison de la Presse and the Magasin General. The
link will allow you to look up Canadian postal codes.
Pets are permitted into to Canada from
the United States but must be in obviously good health and be accompanied
by recent proof of all vaccinations signed by a licensed veterinarian.
Inquire with Canada Customs regarding the details. If you thinking of
bringing your pet into Canada from a country other than the United States,
the rules of entry vary, each country or origin may have different requirements,
including a quarantine period, again inquire with Canada Customs. Always
check with customs before you set out.
With pet friendly
accommodations keep in mind there may be restrictions, damage deposits
and fees involved. Remember policies can change overnight, inquire about
the details before you book.
Pets are not allowed in Mont Tremblant
Resorts accommodations and heavy fines are levied on those that ignore
this restriction. Check with the various establishments in the region
to ascertain their policies.
Parks and green
spaces have different rules regarding pets. In general pets must be
cleaned up after and must be kept on a leash at all time (there are
exceptions to this with some places allowing well behaved dogs off leashes).
Quebec Provincial Parks do not allow pets in the parks.
- National Passenger Service
- To and from the US
Resort & Laurentians
There is no rail
service to most of the Laurentian region. There is a commuter service
to the lower regions of the Laurentians but it's still a long way to
most of the parks and resorts.
The main train terminus
(Gare Central) in Montreal is located downtown just south of Rene Levesque
Blvd on La Gauchetiere between Mansfield and University. It can be accessed
from the Queen Elizabeth or Bonaventure Hotels. The nearest Metro (subway)
is Bonaventure which can be accessed via the underground pedestrian
There are also commuter
lines running to Dorval station which has a shuttle (or taxis) to the
nearby airport. Some west bound Via trains stop at the Dorval station
as well, inquire with the rail line.
Map - for all of Quebec, select the Laurentians
Works - Quebec
RVs, Motorhomes and Campers
There are daily shuttles from Mont Tremblant
Resort to Montreal. The frequency increases on the weekends. Skyport
There is a local shuttle which connects
the resort to the Mont Tremblant Village and Saint Jovite sectors of
the Mont Tremblant Region. Information
- St-Jovite - 819-425-3212, Mont Tremblant
- Taxi des Pays d'en Haute - (450)
Operators can be reach by dialing 0
For local directory assistance dial 411
The upper Laurentians region (north of
Sainte-Adele) the area code is 819, in the the lower Laurentians (Sainte-Adele
and to the south) it's 450. You don't have to dial this number if you
are in the area. In Tremblant Resort inquire for hotel phone charges,
dialing within the resort and placing external calls from your room.
The following are
a listing of online phone directories to assist you in finding an number:
has moderate summers, with warm days and cool nights. In the winter
the temperatures can reach -30°C or more but usually are more moderate.
In the southern reaches of the region summer temperatures can stretch
to the other end of the scale and can exceed 30°C for extended periods.
As you move north the temperature generally declines. Of course the
same is true of the winter months and the north areas of the region
tend to seen more arctic air than the south.If you love snow you'll
usually find lots of it, particularly in the northern Laurentians which
get great heaps of the white stuff.
Spring - pants,
rain gear, long sleeve shirt, a sweater and a medium to heavy weight
Summer - bring pants,
shorts, tee, rain gear, a sweater and jacket.
Fall - pants, rain
gear, long sleeve shirt, a sweater and a medium to heavy weight jacket.
Winter - pants,
sweater, long johns (if your playing outside you should layer), a good
winter coat and warm boots