Over the years, Tremblant has amassed an outstanding 75 bars and restaurants, providing lots of optionsand plenty of choice in international cuisine to suit all taste and individual styles. The splendid Chateau Mont Tremblant has fine dining accompanied with a quality wine list and cheeses. Also recommended are Le Lodge de Montagne and La Savoie whilst for a budget option the Auberge Sauvignon has great food and a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Tremblant is better suited to families rather than to hard-core drinkers. Of the few lively pubs, Le Petit Caribou is very popular, Le Café de l Époque has recently been renovated. La Diable has its very own microbrewery beer, and Le Shack serves local food and is a lively meeting place after the slopes close.
From the Mont Tremblant Activity Centre you can try dogsledding, snowshoeing, horseback riding or tubing. There is a huge Aqua club complex, La Source, with a series of pools and slides set in the forest and Le Scandinave spa is set next to a river and open all year round.
Shopping enthusiasts can enjoy a great atmosphere while looking at a wide variety of clothing, sporting or high fashion, beauty, accessories and gift shopping.
Last Updated: Mar 2012