Tremblant ski & snowboard holidays take you to a delightful resort in the Quebec region of Canada. Purpose built, it is disneyesque with a touch of a legoland toytown. The brightly coloured houses and the twinkling lights adds to its appeal. Surrounded by forests and and gently rounded hills, the resort is popular with all age groups and is very family friendly. The centre is pedestrianised, always an added bonus when travelling with young children. Even though the resort lies at a low altitude of two hundred and sixty metres with the highest lift reaching less than one thousand metres, Tremblant has a good snow record. While the great powder bowls of Western Canada may be absent, the convenience of a much shorter flight and the charm of the resort is compensation enough. The varied pistes cater for all skiers and boarders. The ski schools have a very good reputation and accept childred from the age of four.
Tremblant is both the largest and the most popular resort in Eastern Canada and it is easy to see why. Only ninety minutes from Montreal in the Laurentian Mountains, the resort offers over ninety kilometres of pistes. A modern lift system gives quick and easy access to the slopes. Beginners learn the basics on the south side of the mountain in a dedicated area. When they gain a little confidence they can take the lift to the top as there are gentle runs back down to the resort. Intermediates have forty-five percent of the runs and can enjoy cruising at the Beauvallon and Ryan and Devil's River. Advanced skiers & boarders can find challenges on both sides of the mountain. The steep glade on The Edge is fairly testing. Snow boarders have a huge amount of terrain as well as a snow park with jumps and a half pipe. Cross country skiers have ninety kilometres of trails.
As you'd expect in Canada, Tremblant accommodation reaches high standards. Whether it be hotel, apartment or chalet, you'll find great amenities and excellent service. Recreational activities include ice skating, dog sledding, swimming, ice walking and fishing, toboggoning and snow tubing, and snow mobiling. The town centre has a good selection of shops and many restaurants with menus to suit all. Athough there are several lively pubs, night is low key.
The Tremblant ski holiday season lasts from early December until mid April. The transfer time from Montreal is only an hour and a half. Visitors stream to the resort in the autumn for the stunningly vibrant trees, and in the summer they arrive for the many sporting opportunites which include golf, fishing, canoeing and kayaking and much more.
Tremblant ski & snowboard holidays are widely popular so if you see a bargain, you'll need to snap it up. If you are looking for a resort in pretty surroundings, with a good snow record and a relaxed atmosphere, this resort would fit the bill. With a six hour transaltantic flight, you'll appreciate the short transfers from the airport. Although ski breaks involving a long haul journey are always fairly costly, Cheekytrip will find you the one that costs the least. As a ski & snowboard price comparison site, with access to the best prices from over three dozen holiday companies who are all competing for your booking. This inevitably leads to discounts. Just enter your point of departure, your dates and destination and with one quick search, we'll show you the Tremblant ski or snowboard holiday that costs the least. All you then have to do to secure your trip, is to make a phone call. Since offers change on a daily basis, to avoid disappointment, ring the number and book today.