Mont-Tremblant Sports & Outdoors

  • Along the trail
    Along the trail
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  • Along the trail
    Along the trail
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    Hiking trails all about

    by coollikethat Written Sep 5, 2004

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    Along the trail

    There are several hking trails to enjoy, up and down the mountain. The trails are marked and their is a basic map you can pick up. The map indicates the route and duration of each trail. Good plan to take the gondola to the top of the mountain and then hike down.

    Equipment: Bring plenty of water, good hiking shoes, and a hat. Hike with someone.

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    Up and down the hills

    by coollikethat Written Aug 27, 2004

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    Along the trail

    There are bike trails all around Mont Tremblant. The paths are up and down and wind around the hills. A great way to explore the area.

    Equipment: It's best to bring a mountain bike. You can bring your own or rent a bike at Chalet des Voyageurs, contact info below.

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    Great Skiing

    by jamiesno Updated Apr 21, 2004

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    Great Views from Mont Tremblant!

    If you like downhill skiing and most likely you do if your planning on Mont Tremblant you will find plenty of ski runs and lots of activity.

    This is a busy mountain and no shortages of challenges! Enjoy and I have a web site address provided as well.

    Tremblant has been voted the best ski resort in eastern North America by SKI magazine. Nestled in the Laurentians in Quebec, Canada, this resort is a golfing, skiing and snowboarding paradise. Just a 1½ hour drive from Montreal. The perfect place for your next ski or golf vacation.

    Please rate my tips and leave your comments!! You can also visit my travelogue to see extra pictures of the mountain.

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    Skiing/snowboarding the North Side

    by amsterdam_vallon Updated Jan 5, 2004

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    North Side skiing

    The North Side also features the Gravity Park. Designed for Experts, this area combines a Super Halfpipe, Quarter Pipe, Rollers, Tabletops, Spines, Backturns and Two Rail sections. The Mini Gravity Park nearby is where beginners get a chance to practice their skills.

    With a total of 92 trails covering 502 skiable acres and a vertical of 2,131 feet, Tremblant offers something for skiers of all levels.

    Beginners will want to checkout the gentle 3-1/4 mile Nansen; while experts will be thrilled on Dynamite, the steepest run at 42 degrees.snowboard on the North Side in the morning. I assumed that this was because most visitors ski the south side first so the North Side is not as busy in the morning and subsequently the South Side is not as busy in the afternoon.

    Equipment: You can rent your equipment from a lot of place in the village

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    Cross-Country Skiing

    by amsterdam_vallon Written Nov 24, 2003

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    X-country Ski

    Cross-country skiers will find 56 miles (90 km) of well-groomed trails with access from the base of the mountain. More than 125 miles (200 km) of trails for short or long excursions with an overnight stay are available in the Mont-Tremblant Provincial Park.

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    Skiing/snowboarding the South Side

    by amsterdam_vallon Written Nov 24, 2003

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    South Side Skiing

    With a total of 92 trails covering 502 skiable acres and a vertical of 2,131 feet, Tremblant offers something for skiers of all levels.

    Beginners will want to checkout the gentle 3-1/4 mile Nansen; while experts will be thrilled on Dynamite, the steepest run at 42 degrees.

    Locals recommend that you ski or snowboard on the North Side in the morning. I assumed that this was because most visitors ski the south side first so the North Side is not as busy in the morning and subsequently the South Side is not as busy in the afternoon.

    Equipment: You can rent some equipment from a lot of shop in the village

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    Le Géant golf course

    by amsterdam_vallon Written Nov 24, 2003

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    Golf

    Le Géant is so intense, the experience will live on long after the 18th hole. Par 72 course offers exceptional game conditions. Imagine…6,836 yards of pure pleasure! Every green, every white sand trap and every lake was meticulously positioned to offer you a challenge sculpted right into the mountainside. Laid out in multi-level plateaus, Le GÈant offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains, streams and boreal forest.

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    Le Diable Golf Course

    by amsterdam_vallon Written Nov 24, 2003

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    Golf

    Do you love golf more than anything? Imagine playing on the best course there is. 18-holes, 7,056-yards, with impeccable greens and all the prep time you need to line-up each shot, thanks to 12-minute start time intervals. Le Diable. It’s a rolling, Arizona-style, Par 71 course, with generous red sand traps and long straight fairways that demand power and precision.

    Architects: Michael Hurzdan et Dana Fry

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    Ski at Tremblant Station

    by davidlop Written Nov 2, 2003

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    Lac Tremblant

    Somewhere I read this is one of the best known ski facilities in Canada, or maybe was only in the Laurentians, or in all North America... anyway, I suppose there's more on the other side of the mountain, maybe next time I will try them, when covered by snow :)

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    Mini-Golf night or day

    by coollikethat Written Sep 5, 2004

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    Golfing by night

    There is a great mini-golf course called "Le petit Geant". The best part of this mini-golf is that you can golf in the day or in the night. A great course.

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