High in the Laurentian Mountains of Quebec is a skier’s mecca—Mont Tremblant. Here, at an elevation of 875 meters, visitors can find 269 hectares of mountainous slopes for skiing and snowboarding. 97 trails, over 1,000 snow-making guns and three terrain parks will give even the most adventurous skiers a challenge.
On the south side, visitors will find the longest of the runs – Nansen. Double black diamonds like the Zig-Zag and Brasse-Camarades will satisfy the need for adrenaline, while the Tam-Tam is perfect for beginners and children. On the north side are long, easy runs like Sissy Schuss. Of course, there are intermediate and expert trails here, too. Devil’s River and Boiling Kettle will have your hair standing on end and your heart racing.
Snowboarders and skiers can challenge themselves on freestyle parks filled with banked turns, pipes and rails. Work your way up the levels from the Evolution Park to the Progression Park and then advanced boarders can enjoy the Adrenaline Park.
Cross-country skiing, snowmobile fun and dog sledding are some of the other ways to have fun in the Laurentian Mountains. However, if you would rather take your chances somewhere warm, head over to Casino Mont Tremblant for some high-stakes fun. Enjoy the shows with live performances. If you are hungry after all of the excitement, Altitude Seafood and Grill has plenty of surf and turf options in a cozy atmosphere. Snacks like beavertails, hot dogs and sandwiches can be found in many of the café options. Sports bars, live music and DJs will keep the nightlife as hot as the gambling.
Shop for high-end clothing at Chamonix, or truffles and caramels at the Candy Shop. You can buy jewelry or stroll through galleries. There is plenty to do on The Blue.
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