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Everyone knows about Mont Tremblant ski hills, but there are so many more Mont Tremblant activities you NEED to experience this summer, especially if you’re the adventurous type. Summer in the Laurentides Region of Quebec is beautiful, with perfect temperatures for outdoor adventure and beautiful scenery everywhere you look. 

Just a six hour drive from Toronto, the Laurentides Region (where Mont Tremblant is located) is also easily accessed by plane since there are direct flights from Toronto to the Mont Tremblant airport. It’s also only an hour and a half drive from Montreal. If you’re looking to getaway this summer check out these 10 unique Mont Tremblant activities that are perfect for adventure lovers.

P.S. If you’re looking to visit other regions in Quebec, you’ll want to check out these helpful guides for Quebec City, Parc Omega, and Outaouais (home of the famous Nordik Spa and Wakefield Mill).

10 Mont Tremblant activities to do this summer

Sentier de Cimes Laurentides Treetop Walk

1. Take a treetop walk and lay in a suspended hammock 40 storeys in the air. Check out the brand new Sentier de Cimes Laurentides Treetop Walk, which is a first in Canada ecotourism experience where guests walk 1km up a raised boardwalk and finish at an observation deck 50 metres high. At the top there is a large hammock you can lay in and suspend 40 storeys high!

Scandinave Spa Mont Tremblant

2. Spend a day at the Scandinave Spa. Relax and rejuvenate while altering between hot tubs and cold plunges, saunas and steam rooms. The Scandinave Spa is the perfect way to relax after all of these Mont Tremblant activities, put your phone away and embrace the elements. You can also book spa services!

Mont Tremblant Panoramic Gondola Ride

3. Take a panoramic gondola ride to the top of Mont Tremblant. At the top you can hike some easy paths and check out the most incredible views from the 360 observation tower.

4. Hike the Poupart Trail in La Minerve, Que. Just 4km long, this moderate trail takes 1.5 hours to complete. Along the way you’ll likely see some wildlife, and there are several spots where the view of the lake is simply stunning. Note: This is not a hike for beginner hikers.

Parc F.U.N. – Image courtesy of Tourism Laurentides

5. Visit Parc F.U.N. amusement park. Hop aboard the unique alpine roller coaster at Parc F.U.N. in Les Sommets, or ride the zip line, float in the lazy river, then grab your putter and hit the mini putt course. There is something for everyone at Park F.U.N., an amusement park surrounded by nature.

6. Kayak Parc Regional Kiamika. Rent a single or double kayak and head down the Kiamika Reservoir. If you’re a strong kayaker, check out some of the islands nearby!

Route 8 Microbrasserie – Photo courtesy of Tourism Laurentides

7. Do a tasting at The Route 8 Microbrasserie. A family-owned brewery with 8 different beers brewed on site for tasting.

8. Go ziplining at Mont Tremblant. Soar high above the trees and take a 4km ziptrek ecotour at Mont Tremblant. Perfect for all ages, this experience includes 5 ziplines, 6 viewing decks and transportation on the panoramic gondola.

Intermiel – Photo courtesy of Tourism Laurentides

9. Discover the world of bees at Intermiel. Take a tour guided by passionate beekeepers and learn how honey is made, take a look inside a hive, check out the meadery and taste products made on site.

10. Raft down the Rouge River. One of the most popular Mont Tremblant activities! Experience the rush while white water rafting down the Rouge River, experiencing waves, drops and endless thrills. Note: This is a half day experience.

Where to stay near Mont Tremblant

Farouche Tremblant

Farouche Tremblant. Family-owned, this unique, eco and budget-friendly glamping experience has a hot tub, beach, private BBQs, fire pits and nearby hiking trails. Not to mention the most picturesque views and an amazing farm-to-table bistro on-site. Stay in one of their a-frames and experience a unique getaway close to Mont Tremblant activities. We loved staying here while experiencing the Laurentides Region of Quebec.

Where to eat near Mont Tremblant

Farouche Tremblant farm-to-table dishes

Farouche Tremblant Farm Bar. This bistro located on the Farouche Tremblant grounds is open seven days a week and offers locally grown farm-to-table food. From breakfast, to drinks and other snacks, the food is AMAZING! It’s also very close to all of the Mont Tremblant activities we’ve mentioned.

Gourmet Sauvage

Gourmet Sauvage. This is a unique shop where you can get jams, mustards and other fine foods that are foraged locally in Quebec. Perfect for a picnic or charcuterie and cheese board!

Resto-Bar Le Shack – Photo courtesy of Mont Tremblant

Resto-Bar Le Shack. Located in the Mont Tremblant Village, this popular restaurant dates back to the 1930s. There is a large terrace open all summer with a wonderful atmosphere to grab a meal with friends and hang out. We love the history here, but we also just love the ambiance and the wonderful staff! Add this to your list of Mont Tremblant activities.

We had such an amazing time experiencing so many Mont Tremblant activities. There is so much to do near Mont Tremblant, we wish we had more time. Check out the Tourism Laurentides website for more amazing things to do in the region.

Want to see more of our Quebec adventures? Check out our blog on the TOP THINGS TO DO IN QUEBEC CITY: SUMMER EDITION and start planning your next trip to Quebec!

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