Top Reasons to Stay at Côté Nord Tremblant
- The hotel sits on the southern edge of Quebec, near Lake Superior in the Laurentian Mountains and just a few miles from Mont Tremblant Ski Resort, which Fodor's calls “one of the great ski resorts of North America.”
- One- and two-bedroom condos come with gas fireplaces and scenic views of Lake Superior.
- In warmer months, kayaking and canoeing are popular pursuits on the lake, as is hiking the Laurentian Mountain trails at Mont Tremblant National Park.
- Guests get VIP access to Club de La Pointe, located on a peninsula alongside the lake. There, you can play tennis or beach volleyball. You can also visit the gym, play ping pong or babyfoot, or skate on the lake.
- At the onsite Caribou Restaurant, you can try seared scallops or local game such as venison and wild boar.
- The hotel also has seasonal lakeside bonfires and barbecue grills.
Mont-Tremblant, Quebec: Four-Seasons Mountain Town with Scenic Villages
The resort is about a 20-minute drive east of Mont-Tremblant, a town best known for its award-winning skiing in southern Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains. Though skiing typically lasts through early April, the town also offers year-round outdoor adventures on its mountains, lakes, and forests. Just north of town, Mont-Tremblant National Park encompasses six rivers and 400 lakes. Visitors can canoe along the sinuous Riviere du Diable (Devil's River), hike a vast network of forested trails, or exchange business cards with moose, black bears, and white-tailed deer.
The Mont-Tremblant area comprises three distinct village settings: the downtown area of Saint-Jovite, Mont-Tremblant's old village, and the Tremblant pedestrian village. Located on the banks of Mercier Lake, the old village offers quaint shops and an international variety of upscale and casual dining options. The bustling pedestrian village—or "the resort," as locals call it—is a candy-colored playground located at the foot of the mountain.
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