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Best things to do in Mont-Tremblant

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Campground
“For the outdoor lovers there is nothing that is missing in the national park, the oldest in Quebec. Hiking, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, there is even a via ferrata for easy rock climbing. The views are spectacular.”
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Night Club
“This is a small venue with big atmosphere. One of the well known spots to have a good time.”
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Brewery
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“Excellent beer! My favourite is the extreme onction. We always have choucroute and sausages. Excellent service ”
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Spa
“Need relaxation ? Hands down top 3 best spa in Quebec ! Night time bath access are cheaper than daytime ;) Massages necessitate a reservation. There’s a possibility to drink alcohol and eat at their desk ”
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Ski Area
“The place to go for high end boutiques ,shopping, night event or concerts, starting a hike and it’s very tourists friendly it’s The place where you want to be for a first time visit :) Try the gondolas to go on top of the Tremblant mountain, great views for sightseeing while mounting on top !”
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Casino
“Feeling lucky ? Great live band/musician on the up floor with a good restaurant as well”
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Fast Food Restaurant
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“The Resort Village or ‘Pedestrian Village’ is located at the foot of the mountain and is the center of action offering activities 365 days a year. This lively area is home to numerous restaurants, bars, boutiques, and a movie theater.”
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Point of Interest
“1500 acres of protected nature for your sporting, cultural, educational and recreational, social and scientific activities. Hiking, swimming, cycling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, etc. More than 30 km of trail, open all year long, offer you beautiful hiking in the countryside. Whether for short or long hikes, and even for mountain excursions on the Onontio and Saint Bernard Mounts, our trails are well signposted and are designed to accommodate walkers of all levels. Admire the Devil's River and have a picnic at the Herman-Deshaies shelter! Discover the beauty of the Laurentian region thanks to many points of view. One of the most beautiful beaches of Mont-Tremblant! Come and enjoy the warmth of summer to swim on this beautiful beach in the heart of nature! Plus, enjoy picnic tables for a bite to eat! There is also a volleyball court, game modules and rental of canoes and kayaks. Supervision every day of the summer, from 10:00 to 18:00 from June 24th to September 2nd.”
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Restaurant
“We tend to eat on the pub side (St.G), but the restaurant side is also really cool. As for the pub, you can find the best burgers around and you'll be surrounded by locals. The restaurant (Le Grill) is the upscale version, providing a larger menu.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“This large grocery chain has everything you need including meat section, bakery section, wine and beer, deli etc. ”
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Restaurant
“Delicious, authentic Quebcoise food in this cozy, authentic chalet. You will feel like you are eating in your mom's kitchen, only the food is much better! Delicious wine selection and meats. ”
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Sandwich Place
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“It’s a joyful place to eat for their sandwiches, grab a good coffee, many local ingredients are used and small outside terrasse. ”
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Restaurant
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“At the base of the mountain near the ski lift, this place has great atmosphere and good food.”
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Neighbourhood
“n 2000 the municipality of St Jovite Quebec joined the City of Mont-Tremblant and became Downtown Mont Tremblant, the areas business district. Also referred to as “Centre-Ville”, this charming downtown area is the largest of the three villages and has a history that dates back over 100 years. Even though the former town of St. Jovite has been re-branded and renamed it has managed to hold on to its charismatic small town feel and instantly charms first time visitors. Like many business districts, Downtown Mont-Tremblant is home to numerous businesses, banks, schools as well as city hall. The main street, Rue de Saint-Jovite, is lined with historic old homes with shaded terraces, antique shops, restaurants, and sidewalk cafes. This lively village also host many cultural and artistic events, such as the Blues Festival and the annual Jazz Festival. St Jovite Quebec also has many wonderful open park spaces where you can relax under shaded trees. A must see is the footbridge to Creek Clair which spans 1,000 feet along the creek which empties into the River Diable”
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Pizza Place
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“One of the BEST pizzas you can find in Mont-Tremblant. Such a variety of Fresh ingredients, enjoyed by the whole family. Always friendly staff ready to accomodate.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“Small Grocery store located in the Old Village, about a 7 minute drive form the mountain.”
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