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Mont Tremblant is one of the highest peaks in the Laurentians, and is counted among the top ski resorts in North America. Most of the hotels in Mont Tremblant are clustered at the foot of the mountain, around the glimmering 9 mile long Lac Tremblant. Pedestrian only, the area is known as Station Tremblant and is the perfect place to relax after a long day on the slopes.

Station Tremblant is seven miles away from the commercial centre of the town, which generally goes by the name of St Jovite. With its pastel houses and Alpine inspired architecture the village looks particularly enchanting during the winter months. The village was purpose built in 1992, and at times it can feel like a little slice of Disney Land.

In the village you’ll find plenty of shops selling essentials like high-end winter clothing. There’s a great après ski scene, with a good range of cosy pubs and restaurants serving up hearty dishes. There’s a movie theatre for evenings when dinner and drinks alone won’t do. The village is the best place to stay if you’re serious about snow sports. You can ski straight up to the entrance of most of the hotels here, with gondolas connecting some places directly to the lifts.

Hotels get less expensive as you head away from the ski resort, towards the commercial area in St Jovite. Accommodation lines the road between St Jovite and the Station Tremblant ski resort, and there’s a good range of lodges, chalets, and B&Bs to choose from. The north side of the mountain has some of the best slopes, and has ample parking, so if you just want to concentrate on skiing try hiring a car and heading over.

The high season in Mont Tremblant lasts from October to mid-April, when snow-sport enthusiasts descend upon the village in their droves. Mont Tremblant is an all round destination, however, thanks to its wealth of natural beauty and opportunities for outdoor activities. Accommodation is often cheaper during the summer months, and the village makes a great base for hiking, fishing, mountain biking, and golfing in the beautiful Laurentians.