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Visiting Mont Tremblant: A Plethora of Winter Activities for All

If you’re planning a trip to Mont Tremblant during the winter, you can expect to find an abundance of fun activities for visitors of all ages. Whether you’re interested in skiing, ice fishing or horseback riding, it’s possible to experience all this and more in just a few days.

Here’s a brief look at the various winter activities Mont Tremblant has to offer.


The most popular winter activity in Mont Tremblant is skiing. The first lodge and chairlift opened in 1939 and since then, skiers have come from around the globe. There are 95 trails to choose from on an area that covers 654 acres.

The 14 available lifts make it unlikely that you’ll spend much time waiting in line. If you’ve never tried skiing before, there’s even a school on the mountain to show you how it’s done.

Photo CC by Trysil.

Dune Buggy Tours

If it’s too cold for skiing, consider taking a guided winter dune buggy tour. You’ll take an exciting 90-minute ride through the woods, where you can enjoy beautiful scenery that includes views of the surrounding forest and nearby lakes.

The staff is friendly and the equipment is both tough and dependable.

Canopy Tours

For the ultimate adrenaline rush, make reservations to take part in a winter canopy tour. This activity is divided into four separate ziplining courses, each of which varies in difficulty. You’ll be under the watchful eye of instructors that will teach you all you need to know about snap hooks, pulleys and lanyards.

You’ll climb ladders, cross bridges and navigate various obstacles, while gradually getting used to higher altitudes. Before you know it, you’ll be sliding across the forest on cables that are 20 meters off the ground.

Ziplining over rice paddies in Laos.

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Scandinavian Baths

When it’s time to relax, there’s nothing like a traditional Scandinavian bath in a natural environment. The use of both hot and cold water to revitalize the body is a practice that dates back thousands of years.

Combined with the sights, sounds and smells of nature, there’s no better way to unwind, while enjoying your stay in Tremblant.

Ice Fishing

Ice fishing in Mont Tremblant is an experience like no other. It’s one of the most popular winter activities in the area and it’s a great way to spend quality time with family and friends.

The history of ice fishing in the area dates back to a time when the natives relied on fish as a food source. You’ll be provided with all the equipment and licenses, as well as a tent.

Horseback Riding

Horseback riding is a year-round activity in Mont Tremblant. It’s fun for the whole family, including children as young as six. It offers riders a chance to slow down and experience the sights and sounds of nature in a safe, supervised group tour.

There are lots of tours to choose from and they’re structured to accommodate riders with various levels of experience, including those who have never ridden a horse before.

As you can see, there’s more than enough fun and adventure in Mont Tremblant to chase the winter blues away. After taking in such beautiful scenery, you might not want to go home. So pack your bags and prepare for a winter experience you’ll never forget.

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Megan is an Australian Journalist who has been travelling and blogging since 2007, with the main aim of inspiring others to embark on their own worldwide adventure. Her husband Mike is an American travel photographer, and together they have made the world their home.

Committed to bringing you the best in adventure travel from all around the globe, there is no mountain too high, and no fete too extreme! They haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on their list.

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Lynn Bishop works as a local travel guide and also has a great knowledge of all that goes on in and around Mont Tremblant. She loves sharing her suggestions for enjoying an amazing time in the winter and offering ideas on various activities that you might want to try. Lynn writes online for a number of travel-related websites.

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