Condos at this mountain resort are equipped with free WiFi and private balconies or terraces; located near hiking and biking trails
Resort at a Glance: Cap Tremblant
Perched at an altitude of 1,200 feet, the mountaintop condos at Cap Tremblant offer panoramic views of the lakes, forests, and mountains of Quebec. You can take in the picturesque scenery from your condo’s private balcony or terrace. Inside, you’ll find a full-size kitchen, a dining area, and complimentary WiFi.
- Bon appétit: Il Pinnacolo dishes out four-course Italian meals with views of the surrounding mountains; open Wednesday–Sunday for dinner and Sunday morning for brunch.
- Outdoor activities: Play tennis, hike, bike, or tee off at the nearby golf course
Mont-Tremblant, Quebec: Alpine Adventure and Scenic Villages in the Laurentian Mountains
Tucked between Montreal and Québec City, Mont-Tremblant is a mountainside city made up of three regions: the old village, the pedestrian village, and Saint-Jovite. Each has its own character. The quiet old village overlooks Lac Mercier with boutiques and bistro-style restaurants. Contrast that with the pedestrian village—or “the resort,” as locals call it—which buzzes with activity from its panoramic gondola lift to its lively bars. Outdoor pursuits go on year-round here and include skiing, and ziplining.
Saint-Jovite, located about 6 miles south of the old village, used to be its own municipality before merging with the rest of Mont-Tremblant. The area still looks and feels like a small town, with most of the action centered on a main street dotted with antique shops, ice-cream parlors, and pubs with sprawling outdoor terraces.