From May to October, ziplining from the summit to village is a wild ride. Ziptrek Ecotours are outrageous fun and a must-do. Have a celebration on your trip away? Whether a birthday or milestone, what better way to remember the occasion than trying an adrenaline-inducing outing. Last year I spent my birthday here and it was a thrilling and exhausting three hours of intermittent hiking. Soaring over the trees, flipping upside down or racing your partner across the sky towards the next set of ziplines absorbing the glory of the mountains below, you will not regret this adventure.
Ride the Cabriolet up and down from the base area. The views from the top are picture perfect for your photos or selfies. In the winter, this cabriolet is a necessity to get you to the ski lifts. In the summer, it’s just for fun and taking in the view of the village from above. But before you do that be sure to stop in at The Sugar Shack and roll some delicious maple taffy on ice.
When the snow melts there’s a fun mini golf in the village as well as several family rides. For a ski family like ours, it’s a shock to see the snowy mountains of Tremblant transformed into a playground for kids of all ages. Don’t miss the Skyline Luge, kid’s splash pad, rock climbing tower or the Eurobungee! These features are better than any amusement park out there. They are extra, so grab an activity pass to save some money.
Set your sights on Mont-Tremblant National Park and hike for hours, or canoe on the Diable River. The views of the Laurentians as you canoe down the river, are nothing short of brilliant. Back on dry land, the Via Ferrata is a simply incredible experience climbing the side of the Laurentian Mountains one hair-raising corner at a time.
Let the sights and sounds of the International Blues Festival wake you up and lull you to sleep in the middle of the month of July in gorgeous Mont-Tremblant. The Tremblant International Blues Festival attracts acts from all over the world. In fact, the music doesn’t stop with the festival, as open-air concerts in the village liven the atmosphere all summer long.
In August, consider Wanderlust for fitness buffs and yoga enthusiasts. It is hard to imagine a more tranquil or inspiring setting than the natural backdrop of the Laurentians for a challenging group yoga session.
Through the warmer months, Tonga Lumina by Moment Factory is a multi-sensory experience in the forest. Take a 1.5 km night walk on an illuminated pathway. Start at the bottom of the Flying Mile chairlift where a guide will lead you to the midway station and entrance of the trail. This tour lasts about one hour and winds through the forest and across creeks.