May 22, 2015 16:50 ET

Tremblant: Summer's Top Destination

TREMBLANT, QC--(Marketwired - May 22, 2015) - With its truly diversified offer, Tremblant is the perfect place to play and stay this summer. Both tall and small are sure to enjoy its safe environment and endless possibility when it comes to activities and entertainment in the pedestrian village, on the mountain and by the lake. It's all just steps away, near reputed restaurants, boutiques and lodging establishments.

Top Major Events

  • Tremblant International Blues Festival - 10 days of free outdoor concerts, spontaneous performances, workshops with artists and up-close-and-personal shows in bars and restaurants. July 3-12.
  • Rythmes Tremblant - Free concerts spotlighting a long lineup of artists who pay tribute to the best from here and beyond, with vacationers performing karaoke-style too, accompanied by real musicians! Daily, July 24 - August 2.
  • Wanderlust - Showcasing master yogis, workshops and guest speakers, August 20-23 Tremblant celebrates mindful living complete with yoga sessions galore -- on paddleboards, at the beach and on-mountain too. Concerts and kiosks round off a full event programme.
  • Fête de la Musique - Directed by Angèle Dubeau, over 30 free outdoor shows playing the best of jazz, classical and world music, in the heart of the pedestrian village. September 4-7.
  • Tremblant Gourmand - A get-together for active epicureans, September 12-20. With speakers, workshops, tastings, a mountain hike with sampling stations and cooking demos with renowned chefs.
  • All this, plus the Spartan Race (May 17, 23 & 24), VéloMotion (May 16-18), Gran Fondo Mont-Tremblant (May 30), IRONMAN triathlons (June 20-21 & Aug. 16), Tremblant Beneath The Stars (Aug. 7-8) and so much more! Detailed event programme at

Getting Together & Playing Outdoors

  • Ziptrek Ecotours - Five larger-than-life ziplines totalling nearly 4 km, soaring above the Laurentian forest. A unique adventure in Eastern North America. Ready, set, go?
  • Beach & Tennis Club - What could be nicer at happy hour than relaxing at the beach over drinks, and soaking up a gorgeous Lac Tremblant sunset?
  • Lac Tremblant - Memorable moments out on the water, from waterskiing and kayaking to paddleboarding and pontoon boat rentals, cruises and more...
  • At the Resort - Luge rides, mini-putt, climbing, Eurobungy, treetop trekking and free water games. The hard part is choosing which activity to do first...
  • Birds of Prey Show - Rendezvous at the summit for the daily Birds of Prey Show starring a number of different species.
  • Le Diable & Le Géant Golf Courses - Two championship courses ranked tops in Québec. And for that well-deserved 19th hole, there's endless possibility in the pedestrian village and at the lake!
  • Casino de Mont-Tremblant - At the base of Versant Soleil in its wilderness setting, the Casino's lively atmosphere delivers a hot game experience with slot machines, tables with croupiers, Texas Hold'Em poker, electronic games, a high-stakes zone, private gaming rooms and a trendy restaurant and lounge with an outdoor terrace.
  • Lolë Meet-ups - Join free yoga sessions all summer long, on the pedestrian village squares or on the beach, at Lac Tremblant.
  • All New Bestibuzz! - A Tohu-Bohu production, the Bestibuzz light parade brightens up the pedestrian village both by day, and by night. From June 24 at 4pm, winged creatures star in a magical stage performance with acrobatics too.

A Family-Friendly Village

  • No streets to cross or cars to worry about -- it's all yours, on foot. Boutiques, grocery store, cafés, restaurants and activities, all within walking distance from lodging establishments.
  • Stay in a guest room, condo, studio, mountainside villa or a golf course retreat -- it's all possible and only a few clicks away thanks to a lodging offer tailored to accommodate small and big families alike.

An Awesome Environment - Naturally!

  • Hiking, cycling and mountain bike trails. No need to load up the bikes -- rent them here!
  • Explore nearby Mont-Tremblant National Park, the oldest and largest of its kind in Québec. Via ferrata, hiking and canoeing -- with 400 lakes and 6 rivers. Something for everyone, and every taste.

And What If It Rains?

Everything Made Easy

  • Due to a strong American dollar, it pays to vacation in Canada!
  • Toronto - Tremblant in 65 minutes - Porter Airlines welcomes vacationers on direct return flights, from June 19 to September 13.
  • Tremblant Privileges - Guests staying at participating lodging establishments also enjoy free unlimited access to the scenic gondola, a free ride straight to the Laurentians' highest peak.
  • VISA Activity Cards - Great savings on countless activities for all ages. Booklets of 3, 5 or 10 activities mean guests can choose between lugeing, the Birds of Prey Show, bicycle or boat rentals, admission to the Beach & Tennis Club, Eurobungy, climbing tower and so much more.

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