Mont Tremblant


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Mont Tremblant
There are many ski-schools, which meet close to the base area, with another location at the bottom of the resort. Kindergarten and children's club activities.

There is a fairly good choice of sports-orientated retailers selling clothing, skis and rugged footwear; a handful of designer fashion stores and jewellers. A few upmarket arts and crafts shops and a little art gallery. Self caterers are served by a small off-licence and a couple of minuscule grocery stores in traffic-free Mont-Tremblant Resort, with a larger minimarket in nearby Mont-Tremblant Village.

During the daytime the winter activities include varied downhill skiing and snowboarding, extensive cross-country trails, snowmobiles and ice-skating, There is a ultramodern leisure centre with gym, indoor swimming pools, hot tubs and water slides in a "subtropical" environment and spas.

In summer time there is fishing, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, water-skiing and sailing on Ouimet and Tremblant lakes, also hiking, rock-climbing, horse riding, minigolf, chair-lift rides, mountain biking, tennis and choice of 18-hole golf courses. There is a year-round programme of children's entertainment.

The nightlife here is lively and informal with numerous bars and European-style pubs, often with music and videos, situated in the main pedestrianised centre.

Eating out here is mainly informal bar/grill-type eateries offering the usual pizzas, pasta, chicken and steaks. A couple of top-quality restaurants, including a sushi restaurant. Prices match those in the UK.