Mont Tremblant: a fun program for our local kids

If you’re into skiing or snowboarding, and are considering heading for the beautiful Mont Tremblant resort, don’t despair for your little ones. There’s great fun to be had for everyone, no matter your age. Whether you’re a tourist or a local, keeping kids entertained on the slopes is easy and trouble-free!

Tips for vacation travel with Kids in Mont Tremblant.

Before you even get to town, be sure to check in with BabyRendevouz, a unique service that will ensure anything you and baby could possibly need in Mont Tremblant will be waiting for you in your room when you arrive! While it’s not as much of a concern for locals s for visiting tourists, it’s still an incredibly convenient holiday service. If you’re worried that your holiday will be a bust if you’re travelling with particularly young children, don’t. There’s two fabulous kids parks close at hand to ensure holiday fun, and if you’d prefer to keep your little one inside and under your watchful eye be sure to investigate Studio Creatif and it’s wonderful offerings. This fabulous ceramics company provides paint-it-yourself arts and crafts to keep people entertained. For the more bold, there’s also bungee swings in the area. As long as your child meets the weight requirements, they’re welcome. It’s a sport best left to older kids, however. Younger children will enjoy the nearby climbing wall.

If you’d prefer a group activity, there’s a ton of lovely bike trails in the Mont Tremblant area. Why not crack out the bicycles and take the whole family for a beautiful scenic ride in the countryside. If you’d prefer a more educational touch be sure to check out the regular bird of prey shows that take place on top of the mountain. Teach the kids about the beauty and wonder of these threatened species in the gorgeous surroundings of the mountain. There’s even opportunities to get close to the birds themselves, and watch the experience handlers work with them.

The MON Tremblant program for local children

The MON Tremblant program teaches local children about the joys and fun of snow sports. The program includes a free lesson, rental equipment and the lift ticket, all provided for free. Alpine sports are, of course, a huge attraction in the area, and this unique program enable children to grow their passion for skiing and other snow sports. This child-friendly program is a great way to encourage kids out onto the slopes and develop their passion for sports while they have fun. Working closely with local schools, the resort hopes to develop a passion for snow sports in every child. This tourist-free service also includes a discount pass for the slopes. There’s also discount rental options [only for the little one, mom and dad!] and discounts on the lift tickets for parents as well.  This award winning program is not to be missed!

From community engagement to enjoying the local facilities, there’s no excuse not to have fun with your little ones in the Mont Tremblant area, whether you’re a visitor or lucky enough to live in this beautiful spot.

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7 places to satisfy your sweet tooth in Mont Tremblant

If you’re coming to Quebec, you can’t come only for the great skiing and snowboarding! There’s stunning hidden gems for those with a sweet tooth throughout the Mont Tremblent area, and you’d be nuts to skip these decadent treats from your vacation travel bucket-list.

Young or old, it doesn’t matter. Canada- and the Laurantine area in particular- offers a ton of sweet treats to delight young and old. Whatever tickles your sweeter side, you’ll find it nesting in the footsteps of the Tremblant holiday spot.

The Canadian classic.

How can you vacation in Canada and not try the Canadian classic- maple syrup! Even if you think you’ve tried maple before, you haven’t done it the real way, we can guarantee! So be sure not to skimp on this Mont Tremblant must. Whether you want a sweet treat right now, or you’re looking to take presents home, there’s a host of maple options suitable for any purchase. Try the delightful Sugar Shack for the area’s best treats.

A decadent chocolate vacation.

Forget the skiing and snowboarding, you haven’t experience Mont Tremblent ’till you try the chocolate! This decadent sweetie makes a perfect companion to alpine sports- and a great excuse to stay in too. There’s few of s who can resist a perfect chocolate treat, so make sure you schedule the Chocolate Factory into your schedule.

Pastries and Candy for all.

Who can travel to the Tremblant area and not fall in love with these super treats? If you’ve a love for all things vintage, or simply want to enjoy a host of sweet travel treats, be sure to stop by Oh la Vache and sample their superb pastries- from waffles to cookies, sorbets to ice cream and everything in-between, you won’t be sorry. If you’d rather stick to the classic Canadian crepe, look no further then la Maison de la Crepe for your needs.

If you’re more into the pastel-and-bright world of candies, the Candy Shop couldn’t make it’s intentions any clearer. Allow yourself to be lured in for the best range of gums, truffles, fudges and cotton candy you’ll ever sample. Let your inner child free to have fun.

Healthy fun for your travels.

If you’d rather keep it clean on your vacation,  the Fluide Juice Bar was designed for you. From veggie juice to fresh squeezed fruit, it’s all here. You’ll even find delicious vegetarian treats and gluten-free goodies to keep you fired up and ready to snowboard.

Local delights.

No sweet tour of the Mont Tremblant area would be complete without sampling a Beaver Tail. These delicious whole-wheat pastries are made to mimic beaver tails- but their taste is far superior. Serve them hot and lathered in butter with the perfect flavour of your choice. So popular are these local treats that you’ll find them all over the village- what better excuse to sample the spread!

Whatever sweet goodie tickles your fancy, you’ll find anything and everything you need for a great vacation treat in the wonderful alpine town of Mont Tremblant.

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