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Price and Availability Index in Mont-Tremblant
Vacation Rental Price Information in Mont-Tremblant
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Mont-Tremblant. Prices reach their highest point in December, where prices are an average of $481 a night (12/21 - 12/28). Prices drop in October to an average of $321 per night (10/19 - 10/26).
Rental Availability Information in Mont-Tremblant
Find out the percentage of available rentals in Mont-Tremblant with the graph above. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 12 months is in December (12/21 - 12/28), where 45% of the vacation rentals are booked. The week with the most available rentals is in October (10/19 - 10/26), with 93% of the vacation rentals available.
The Weather in Mont-Tremblant
Above are the weather conditions for Mont-Tremblant. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 25° On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Mont-Tremblant awaits with your vacation rental
Mont-Tremblant chalet rentals are probably the most popular type of vacation rental in this ski area. These chalets are spacious, and will suit families and groups of friends vacationing together. Close to the ski resort, you'll also find luxurious apartments with scenic mountain views. Here's a look at what to see and do at this legendary destination.
There are two ways to get to Le Refuge Du Trappeur. The first is to ski black diamond slopes to get there by lunchtime for soup, toasted sandwiches, and hot chocolate. The second option is to join a guided snowshoe adventure at night from there, ending with a cheese fondue surrounded by the mountains' tranquility.
Cabane à Sucre de la Montagne offers the most Canadian of all desserts: maple syrup on a stick rolled up on the snow. This is a delicious treat that will last the walk back to your Mont-Tremblant cottage rentals.
Eat some warming comfort food at La Forge. This bistro bar offers pub food with a modern twist. For example, instead of chicken wings, they offer delicious duck wings. Their poutine is said to be the best in Mont-Tremblant, available with alternate toppings such as pulled chicken.
Family fun in Mont-Tremblant
Every evening in winter, Mont-Tremblant's tubing hill opens for fun for all ages. You can get single or double tubes, or individual size toboggans. The slope is at the perfect angle to get some good speed going without getting dangerous. Get there early to burn off some energy before dinner.
The Aquaclub la Source is a great place to spend some time away from the slopes. You could easily spend a whole day here as the venue includes hot tubs, deep pools, shallow pools, waterslides, rope swings, and pool toys. The wall of the pool area is enclosed by glass so you can watch people skiing outside. This is a great option for those with younger children.
Bar Café d’Époque is one of the top nightclubs in Mont-Tremblant. This iconic spot was once a popular coffee shop but was converted into a nightclub in recent years. A DJ plays the latest songs there every night into the early hours of the morning, making this the place to be if you want to dance the night away.
A quieter option is Le Lounge, a trendy bar that's popular with the 30-plus crowd. Relax in a comfortable chair and discuss the days' events over your drink of choice. Le Lounge is home to one of the largest collections of whiskeys, scotches, and gins in Canada.
Mont-Tremblant from up high
The most popular activity in Mont-Tremblant is, of course, skiing. The summit of Mont-Tremblant is 875m high and provides a ski area of 305 hectares, with 102 ski trails to suit all levels of skiers. Mont-Tremblant has one of the biggest snow-making systems in North America so you're guaranteed great skiing throughout the season. There's a ski school for young children, and the bunny slope is perfect for children learning to ski. The ski school also provides individual and group lessons for those wanting to improve their skills on the slopes.
If you want to take a break from the slopes or prefer other mountain activities, see Mont-Tremblant from a different angle. Heli-Tremblant offers helicopter tours of the region throughout the year. The pilots will point out the different sites below, and help you to get amazing photographs of the lakes and mountains. The route and duration of the flight will depend on the season and your preferences.
Beyond the slopes
The Mont-Tremblant Jazz Festival takes place on a weekend in August every year, and brings together jazz musicians and music fans from all over Quebec and the rest of Canada. Watch any of the over 40 performances at 8 different venues in Mont-Tremblant. The festival is mostly held in bars, but at the outdoor events, you'll find picnic tables, food vendors, and craft beer stalls. Book your vacation rental in advance for this very popular music festival.
The Wanderlust Festival is a weekend event held annually in the summer. The festival includes yoga sessions, standup paddleboard yoga, inspiring speeches, discussion sessions, hiking, cruises on the lake, and DJ battles on the lakeshore. This is a great weekend away for those wanting to find a little bit of inner peace, or to just have a relaxing break with like-minded people.
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