30+ Mont-Tremblant Activities For Every Season

Here are 30+ Mont Tremblant activities categorized by season. Choose from adrenaline-pumping adventures in winter, water-based fun in summer, and indoor activities in spring and fall.

The best seasonal Mont Tremblant activities.

Mont-Tremblant is one of the best places to visit in Quebec. As you’ll soon learn, it’s more than a ski resort. It’s open year-round, and there are tons of Mont-Tremblant activities for the whole family.

This picture-perfect resort village in the heart of Laurentians is a must for anyone in the province of Quebec. Whether you live here or visit for a limited time, a trip to Mont-Tremblant (regardless of the season) is always exciting as there’s so much to explore. Here are the best things to do in Mont-Tremblant, grouped by season.

Mont-Tremblant in Winter

1. Skiing and Snowboarding

Ski experience in Mont Tremblant in winter with family
Mont-Tremblant © TQ / C. Mercier

The most popular thing to do at Mont-Tremblant is, of course, skiing and snowboarding. With a top elevation of 875 metres and a skiable area of 630 acres, loads of fun await on the slopes. The total number of runs currently stands at 102, with a healthy balance of difficulty levels. 

There’s also a kids’ section, on-demand lessons, and rentals. However, there’s no night skiing, so remember the chairlifts close between 3 and 5 pm.

2. Cross-Country Skiing 

Cross Country Skiing activity in Mont Tremblant
Tremblant © TQ / L. Turgeon

Cross-country skiing is another fun way to enjoy the winter paradise of Mont-Tremblant. This calmer cousin of downhill skiing is still thrilling in its own right. The resort offers nearly 120 kilometres of trails, ranging between beginner and expert levels. Whatever your skill level, you’re sure to find a path that suits you and on which you can explore the beauty of the outdoors at your own pace. Rentals are available.

3. Ice Skating 

ice skating is a thing to do in Mont Tremblant in winter

An illuminated ice rink is located in Mont-Tremblant Village, right by Saint Bernard Chapel. The rink is free for anyone with proof of accommodation, and free equipment rentals are also available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Open from 1 to 9 pm daily, the schedule can vary depending on the weather. 

4. Panoramic Gondola 

See the view of Mont Tremblant from the panoramic gondola

The Panoramic Gondola is one of the most popular Mont-Tremblant attractions. It’s an excellent way to admire the beauty of Tremblant Mountain and its surroundings. Snow covers the area in winter and turns it into a snowy wonderland. At the top, you can disembark and explore the summit on foot or snowshoes. The gondola is open year-round, but the winter schedule is from November to April.

5. Snow Tubing

Snowtubing experience in Mont Tremblant in winter

I have excellent memories of snow tubing with my little sister and grandmother. This is one of the best Mont-Tremblant activities for families because little ones as young as two can participate (kids aged two and three slide for free with a parent). They have eight different slopes, two and four-hour passes, and an on-site cafeteria for snack time or warming up. 

The hills of Aventure Neige are 15 minutes from the resort (so not the same as the ones you ski/snowboard on) and are easily accessible by free public transit.

6. Snowshoeing  

Snowshoeing in Mont Tremblant

Snowshoeing at Mont-Tremblant is a scenic outdoor activity you don’t want to miss. The beautiful trails offer spectacular views of dozens of natural vistas, such as waterfalls and streams. Tremblant is the highest peak in the Laurentians, and the resort has seven different trails. They also have guided tours and a snowshoeing plus fondue dinner package. 

Nearby Tremblant is Domaine Saint-Bernard if you’re a snowshoeing fanatic who can’t get enough of one site. Saint-Bernard offers trails ranging from two to 13 kilometres, heated shacks, equipment rentals, and an on-site restaurant. 

7. Snowmobiling 

Its fun snowmobiling in Mont Tremblant during winter

Snowmobile tours are a popular activity happening 35 minutes from Mont-Tremblant. In Sainte-Agathe, your guide curates the tour based on your experience level. Tours are roughly two hours each, and drivers must be 18 or older to participate.

8. Ice Climbing

Ice climbing Mont Tremblant activity

Mont-Tremblant Resort offers an introduction to ice climbing adventure on an ice waterfall with views of the Panoramic Gondola. This onsite activity requires no prior climbing experience. 

9. Dogsledding 

Dogsledding is a thing to do in Mont Tremblant in winter

Multiple dogsledding winter activities with transportation are available through the Tremblant Activity Centre. The guides allow you to drive your own team or enjoy the view as a passenger. Each activity is unique and special. Choose from short one-hour rides to full-day adventures. 

10. Helicopter Rides 

See breathtaking views of Mont Tremblant in a helicopter

Helicopter rides are a thrilling way to take in the beauty of the Mont-Tremblant region. Take your pick from 10, 20, and 30-minute rides. 

11. Treetop Walk (“Sentier des cimes Laurentides”) 

Located 20 minutes from Tremblant, the Treetop Walk is a unique and exciting way to view the breathtaking Laurentians. The elevated path and giant wooden structure cover nearly three kilometres.

12. Spas and Massages

Mont Tremblant spa experience in winter
Scandinave Spa Mont-Tremblant © TQ / E. St-Pierre

After all this winter fun, wind down in one of the two health and beauty centres in the heart of Mont-Tremblant Pedestrian Village. Amerispa and Moment Spa both offer therapeutic and relaxation massages, manicures, pedicures, and numerous body treatments. 

Mont-Tremblant in Spring

13. Brind’O Aquaclub Water Park 

This year-round indoor water park in the heart of the resort is fun for the whole family. The center has four water slides, 35 interactive water games, a fitness room, a hot tub, a family locker room (with private cabins), and showers.

14. Virtual Reality Arcade

Virtual Reality Arcade in Mont Tremblant has lots of games

This cutting-edge VR centre has it all. Each game station has 30 games, plus there’s a racing car simulator and a virtual reality roller coaster. Children seven and older can play, but adults must accompany those under 12. The entire arcade can also be rented out for families and birthday parties. There’s even the option to rent a VR headset to play the games from the comfort of your home. 

15. Mission Liberte 

Escape room is a thing to do in Mont Tremblant

This year-round escape room centre has six different concepts available. Each offers unique scenarios, but they have one thing in common. While it’s extremely easy to enter, it’s not so easy to escape. 

16. Tremblant Activity Centre

The central hub for year-round activities, the Tremblant Activity Centre is where the fun starts. Simply reserve the activity online and meet up here when it begins. 

17. Paintball

Kids having fun playing paintball in Mont Tremblant in Spring

One of the most exciting activities offered near Mont-Tremblant is paintball. 30 minutes from the resort, it has 12 different terrains and four illuminated landscapes. Packages include everything you need to jump in a game or make a game of your own if your group is big enough. The minimum age requirement is 10. 

What to do in Mont-Tremblant in Summer

18. Hiking 

Hike with your family in Mont Tremblant in summer
Parc national du Mont-Tremblant © TQ / D. Lafond

Hiking is the best way to discover the Mont-Tremblant region in summer. The resort has 11 trails ranging from one to 11 kilometres for hikers of all levels. Get ready to see tons of natural gems, like waterfalls, streams, and lakes, plus wildlife if you’re lucky enough. You have no reason to forgo a hike (or more) while visiting Mont-Tremblant in summer. 

19. Luge  

Originally from New Zealand, this activity is the first of its kind in North America. The summer luge is a three-wheel cart with a unique braking and steering system. The Mont-Tremblant version offers a 1.4-kilometre-long track with 24 corners to navigate. The ride lasts a cool seven minutes, and they say one ride is never enough for this all-ages activity. Peewees (children under 3’’7) must ride in tandem with an adult. 

20. Biking

Biking is a thing to do in Mont Tremblant in summer
Parc national du Mont-Tremblant © TQ / C. Matthew

Biking is one of the most popular things to do in Mont-Tremblant in summer. It’s primarily facilitated by the Randonneur Rental Centre, located at the base of the pedestrian village. The Mont-Tremblant area offers many choices for avid cyclists, including Sentier Mont-Tremblant Trail Network, Domaine Saint-Bernard, and P’tit Train du Nord. Regular and fat bike tours are available.

21. Canoeing, Kayaking, and Paddle Boarding 

Mont Tremblant kayaking activity
Parc national du Mont-Tremblant © TQ / C. Matthew

Lac Tremblant, Rivière Rouge, and Mont-Tremblant National Park are places around the resort where you can enjoy these water-based activities. Kayaking is one of my favourite things to do in Mont-Tremblant in summer. When you’re on the water, admiring the landscape around you, it’s like you’re in another world. 

22. Club Plage et Tennis

Take a swim or lay in the sun on the sandy beaches of Lac Tremblant. They have a swimming area that certified lifeguards supervise at all times during opening hours. Onsite activities and services include a beach bar, snack bar, nautical activities, and a tennis court. 

23. Eurobungy 

One of the most popular Mont-Tremblant activities for children is Eurobungy. It’s located inside the resort and is a perfect way to experience the adrenaline rush of bungee jumping without the risk associated with the extreme sport. The minimum age requirement is three, while the height requirement is 85 cm.

24. Rafting 

Water rafting is a great summer activity in Mont Tremblant
Parc national du Mont-Tremblant water rafting © TQ / C. Savard

The Activity Centre offers transportation to a nearby rafting experience on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The one-day rafting adventure is Quebec’s most popular white water rafting trip, and the minimum age requirement is 12. 

25. Golfing

Try golfing when visiting Mont Tremblant during summer
Golf Le Géant © TQ / L. Turgeon

For serious teens and adults, Mont-Tremblant offers two magnificent championship courses. Le Diable and Le Geant are 18-hole golf courses designed by renowned architects. Although only Le Diable has a driving range, both courses have golf carts, rentals, an onsite boutique, and a restaurant.

If you prefer mini golf, check out Le Petit Geant. It’s designed to be a miniature replica of Le Geant.  

26. Ziptrek Ecotours 

Ziplining is a great Mont Tremblant activity in summer
Ziptrek Écotours Tremblant © TQ / G. Simoneau

The main Ziptrek Ecotour consists of a five-line zipline experience. You ride to the mountain summit using the Panoramic Gondola. Altogether, the five lines equal almost four kilometres. Not only is this one of the world’s most engaging zipline courses, but it also has an educational component where you learn about the region’s ecology and sustainability. If you’re short on time, hop on the express tour, which is just one of the five lines. 

27. Apprentice Falconer

A must for bird lovers! You spend 45 minutes to one hour with an experienced guide and a trained raptor. They introduce you and your group of up to six participants to falconry basics.  

Mont-Tremblant Activities in Fall

28. Ultralight Aircraft Flights 

One of the most unique Mont-Tremblant activities is riding this one-of-a-kind aircraft. An experienced pilot safely conducts each flight 20 minutes from the resort. There are varying prices depending on the number of participants. This aircraft has no windshield, so you feel the wind on your face as you soar above the mountains. 

29. Cruises on Lac Tremblant 

Available during summer and the first part of fall, taking a cruise on Lac Tremblant is an excellent way to enjoy the beautiful Laurentides scenery. Five minutes from the resort, there are at least two one-hour cruises daily.

30. Casino de Mont-Tremblant

The Mont-Tremblant Casino is the place to go for a night of games and entertainment. It’s a convenient five-minute shuttle ride from the resort on the mountain’s Versant Soleil. 

Enjoy a meal and admire the beautiful mountain views from the casino’s Altitude Restaurant. The Casino de Mont-Tremblant also has DJ nights and musical events. The age restriction to enter the casino is 18. 

31. Mission Laser

This year-round indoor laser tag arena features cutting-edge equipment and gameplay. Everybody (children especially) will enjoy this larger-than-life activity. Fortunately, children seven years and older (4’ minimum shoulder height) can join the fun. 

This comprehensive list of Mont-Tremblant activities shows there’s something for everyone, no matter when you visit. You can get your adrenaline pumping on the slopes and trails in winter. Or you can relax on the beach in summer or at the local spa in spring. Have fun picking your Mont-Tremblant adventure. 

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Anne Rodrigue-Beaudoin Quebec Wonders

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Anne was born and raised in Quebec City. She is our resident expert for the city of Quebec and other popular regional destinations such as Charlevoix and Gaspésie. Having travelled to every corner of the province with her children, she is also our expert for family related topics on Quebec Wonders.

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