Mont-Tremblant for Friends
Collected by Frederick Simeon
As a state-of-the art Canadian ski town built to look like an 17th century French village, it's no wonder Mont-Tremblant is such an alluring destination. Devoted foodies and cultural explorers come to meander in the pedestrian village while naturalists share their love of the outdoors here year-round.
3824 Chemin du Lac Supérieur, Lac-Supérieur, QC J0T 1P0, Canada
Mont Tremblant National Park was the first in Quebec's national parks system to offer the Via Ferrata or iron road: a half hike, half climb that is now among the most outstanding summer activities in the area. Test your limits while ascending a...
300 chemin des Pléiades, Mont-Tremblant, QC J8E 0A7, Canada
If you're feeling lucky, Casino de Mont-Tremblant is the place to be. With natural elements, the place feels a bit like a lodge with all the games of Vegas. A free shuttle runs from the pedestrian village every 30 minutes. If you work up an...
444 Rue Saint Georges, Mont-Tremblant, QC J8E 3G4, Canada
Seb L'Artisan Culinaire is helmed by Sebastien Houle who you might call Tremblant's celebrity chef—he won't mind. Houle offers a creative and authentic culinary experience with a menu that favors fish (such as sea bass and mussels) and game (you...
116 Chemin de Kandahar, Mont-Tremblant, QC J8E 1E2, Canada
Beaver tails have become synonymous with Tremblant as the quintessential local after-ski snack. No, they are not actually made of beaver. These whole-wheat pastries are named for their shape which resembles a beaver tail. There are dozens of...
804 Rue de Saint Jovite, Mont-Tremblant, QC J8E 3E9, Canada
Les Copains d'abord offers a true farm-to-table experience. Chef Eric Marle was born in northern France but grew up in Montreal. His seasonally changing menu mixes classic bistro fare with modern, locally inspired dishes. Try the rack of lamb,...
117 Chemin de Kandahar, Mont-Tremblant, QC J8E 1B1, Canada
Jazzy blues and a select menu of craft beers set thisbar apart from more boisterous ones in the village.Families and groups of friends come for theunique seven varieties they offer. Among the favorites are: Extreme Onction Trappist-styleBelgian...
3035 Chemin de la Chapelle, Mont-Tremblant, QC J8E 1E1, Canada
This refined cafe serves strong pre-slope coffee and after ski gluhwein (mulled wine) in a cozy setting. The tiled floor, dark wood bar, and menu give it a central European feel. Here you'll find quiet conversation rather than the boisterous...
571 Rue Charbonneau, Mont-Tremblant, QC J8E 3H4, Canada
Friperie means second hand or vintage in French and Le Walkin—as in closet—has scores of unique items. The store is off the beaten path, behind a little church and largely frequented by year-round Tremblant residents. The clothes are arranged by...
2245 Chemin du Village, Mont-Tremblant, QC J8E 1E9, Canada
Every resort town has a retail outfitter that is knitted into the lore of the place and in Tremblant it's Boutique Daniel Lachance. The shop opened more than thirty years ago as a ski tuning shop for world cup racers. Since then, the two-story...
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