Tremblant has again won the award for Top Year Round Resort in Eastern Canada. The resort village hosts a variety of outdoor activities throughout the summer and early fall, attracting families, young couples and mature adults. From the Championship Le Diable Golf Course, to the beach and onto the gondola ride to the summit, visitors to Station Tremblant have a wide choice of summer holiday activities.

Family Activities

Tremblant’s Activity Passport gives access to your favourite activities as many times as you wish. Enjoy Eurobungy, the climbing tower, Luge, water games, the Aquaclub La Source, the Iceberg, mini golf and birds of prey shows, among others. In addition, during your stay in Tremblant, enjoy free access to the panoramic gondola, the Young Adventurers’ mornings and the Parc Plage. Tremblant’s Activity Passport is the most affordable way to enjoy all the activities Tremblant has to offer.

Other options such as horseback riding, fishing, climbing, helicopter rides, tennis, aerial adventure courses, skiing and wakeboarding, rafting, paintball, and canoe rentals can be planned directly from the Activity Center located in the pedestrian village. You can also go hiking or biking, take a cruise on Lake Tremblant, enjoy care and relaxation at a spa or visit the Casino de Mont-Tremblant.

Free Cultural Events

Tremblant’s festive atmosphere makes it an attractive summer destination. Every weekend, from June 30 to August 26, Les Rythmes Tremblant presents renowned and emerging artists of Quebec’s music industry. Sing and dance with the likes of Andrée Watters, David Usher, the Pascale Picard Band, Boom Desjardins, Brigitte Boisjoli, Marie-Eve Janvier, Jean-François Breau and many others.

From July 6 to 15, Tremblant’s International Blues Festival enters its 19th edition. Praised for his great talent as a musician and host, this year’s spokesperson, Normand Brathwaite, brings his personal touch to the festival. This edition showcases more than 150 free concerts of various music styles: R & B, soul, classic rock, boogie woogie and gospel. Acclaimed artists from around the world will perform on one of the four stages and in bars. Tower of Power, Myles Goodwyn & April Wine, Nadja, Nanette Workman and Charlie Musselwhite are only a few of the big names participating in the festival.

Music will also enliven the Promenade Deslauriers all summer long with more than 55 intimate concerts. A variety of musical genres will be presented weekdays from June 22 to October 14, starting at 5 p.m.

The Fête de la Musique is back for a 14th year, from September 1 to 3, with more than 60 free concerts. Various types of music ranging from classical to jazz to world beat come together under the direction of Angèle Dubeau.

Tremblant is also this summer’s sports destination
Once again, Tremblant’s world-class reputation for hosting sporting events is highlighted. The Triathlon Mont-Tremblant launched the season on June 9, followed by the Ironman 70.3 Mont-Tremblant, on June 24, and the Ironman Mont-Tremblant, on will take place on August 19.

Bring your golf game to the next level!

Recognized for its outstanding championship golf courses, Tremblant offers a challenge to meet your expectations. Throughout the season, during your stay at the resort, you can play two rounds of golf on Le Diable or Le Géant for $169.

Please visit www.tremblant.ca for more details and hotel availabilities.

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