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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.

“Notre coup de cœur! Four à bois. Dans une ancienne gare. Our favorite! Wood Oven as the old!. In an old train station. ”
11 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“Taking up residence in one of the huts in the pedestrian village, the traditional wood-filled restaurant looks straight out of the French Alps. Diners come for the fondue, but go for the raclette, a unique offering. A metal contraption holds a half a wheel of raclette cheese right next to a heater. Gooey, delicious gobs of cheese slide off the edge of the cut wheel, which you scrape off to put on top of prosciutto, boiled potatoes, salami and bread.”
14 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“The best grocery store in Tremblant! Find local and artisanal products here and although it may be pricey, it is worth it! ”
15 locals recommend
“8 tube slides, iconic views of the Laurentians and hot chocolate - perfect for groups and families of any size!”
8 locals recommend
“SAQ is the liquor store for the province. This is the smaller store in the pedestrian village where you will find wine, liquor and other alcoholic beverages. Convenience and grocery stores do sell wine and beer, but the wine selection is much better at the SAQ. ”
13 locals recommend
Night Club
“Nightclub offering cocktails, bottle purchases, theme nights, DJs and dancing.”
5 locals recommend
“A Creperie in the French tradition. Both main courses and deserts available in a quaint location. ”
8 locals recommend
“You can enjoy bike trails, cross-country skiing, swimming, canoeing or just long nature walks in a beautiful clean and safe park. ”
17 locals recommend
“We are on the street of the Circuit Mont-Tremblant Race Track.....for the race cars lovers. ”
4 locals recommend
“The iconic Mont Tremblant is located at approximately 15 minutes by car from our cottage and is the region’s most popular resort destination. ”
81 locals recommend
“We love it here for hiking and snow-shoeing (no rental equipment available). It's a really quiet space. We often don't see anyone else around!”
11 locals recommend
“PUB FOOD - Resto Pub Au Coin, located in the Hotel Mont-Tremblant in the centre of the Old Village. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Pub food as well as Table d'Hôte Menu in the evenings in the dining room. Great spot for apres-ski with beers on tap, or enjoy the large sunny deck in the summer!”
10 locals recommend
“This is where local come for a drink and good food. Staff are amazing and food is always excellent. My favourite meal is the Bavette.”
7 locals recommend
“If it's a rainy day another fun place for kids and adults to spend the day is the aquaclub cente in the Tremblant Resort. There are hot tubs for the adults and cool indoor pool with slides. There is also an outdoor swimming pool for everyone. There is a fee. ”
9 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Next to IGA, this is a more basic grocery store. Good prices on common items.”
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“Fooore! Beautiful golf course within a 5-7 minute driving distance from the chalet. Keep your clubs handy!”
6 locals recommend