Mont-Tremblant Area, a country with a fascinating history as grand as the wide-open spaces of the Laurentians themselves, it’s a rich territory that has always been coveted. A wealthy land of a thousand different aspects, it unfolds slowly to the visitor and will conquer the heart of the most fervent city-dweller with its broad peaceful lakes set among immense forests of maple and pine. The Laurentians is 22,000 square kilometers of pure delight just north of Montreal. The great diversity of its ecosystems opens up ever-new horizons, providing an outstanding natural experience to suit all visitors.
The Mont-Tremblant area takes its name from the chain of mountains which runs down its northern side, and is part of the great Canadian Shield, which covers most of Quebec north of the St-Lawrence River. Its lively and picturesque villages offer visitors a warm and lasting welcome.
The Laurentian region is also a meeting place for sports men and women who come to practice their favorite sporting activity all year round. Visitors come from far away to enjoy the many attractions, and over the years the region has forged an enviable reputation to the extent that it has become Quebec’s premier four-season holiday area. Indeed, visitors come from around the world to be charmed by the beauty of its unique landscape and tourist attractions.
In each season, nature transports the traveler into a unique universe, so much so that the Laurentians is a place to rediscovered over and over again: it’s always a pleasure to return. So come and find your special corner of the Laurentians to which we are sure you’ll want to keep coming back: Mont-Tremblant Area is one of North America’s true natural paradise.