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The Laurentides Region

Winter and summer alike, this justly famous region of mountains, lakes and resorts draws vacationers from all over in search of clean air and elbowroom. Located north of Montréal, the Laurentides region is renowned for its ski hills, vast network of cross-country ski trails and top-notch golf facilities. Whether you fancy plunging into a river or a Nordic bath, enjoying a meal at a sugar shack or picking apples off the tree, sleeping in a luxurious chalet or lodging with an outfitter, there’s something for everyone! And speaking of tastes, the region has a well-deserved reputation for fine dining and regional specialties.
We’ve presented a description of what is available according to season:
1. Winter Sports;
2. Summer Sports; and
3. All seasons
(eating and shopping).

1. Winter Sports

mt Tremblant WINTER SPORTS focus on the fabulous snow that accumulates in the Laurentian Mountains: snow that doesn’t get any better in the NORTH EAST than at Mont Tremblant.

A. ALPINE SKIING AND SNOW BOARDING

According to Tremblant’s promotional material, with 95 runs serviced by 14 state-of-the-art lifts, the mountain dominates a stunningly beautiful countryside. Here, those who live for the great outdoors and love to breathe clean air have the perfect playground. A paradise where ski and snowboard enthusiasts are both spoiled silly: 18 acres of ramps, rails and jumps! Taste the freedom, dare the mountain, live it to the fullest!

Ski and snowboard lessons

There’s nothing like a few lessons to propel you past the pack on the hill. Discover the mountain at your own pace while benefiting from priority access at the lifts. Tremblant offers personalized service in small groups and advice from certified and passionate instructors. Tear up the slopes at the #1 resort in Eastern North America for a 15th consecutive year, according to the readers of Ski Magazine. A warm and inviting welcome awaits you. Try the flaik GPS!

Skiing in Mont Tremblant

The skiing in front of Tremblant resort is the 'South Side' of the mountain and is immediately accessible by a range of modern lifts. These are currently being upgraded each year: the Tremblant Express high speed quad was replaced by a heated 8-seater gondola. Over 60% of the new area is through glades, with strategic viewpoints, and a small old-day-style chalet has been built halfway up the mountain. The rest of Tremblant's skiing is wide ranging, on tree lined runs, for all standards of skier with trails of every level descending from the key lift top stations.
To have the sun all day you should start on the North Side in the morning (which will also be quieter) then move to the South Side for the afternoon. The longest run on the mountain is the 6km (3.75 mile) Nansen which is great for beginners. Experts will enjoy Expo (moguls), Cossack and Dynamite, Eastern Canada's steepest run with a 42 degree pitch. 75% of the new Versant Soleil face will be designed for experienced skiers, the rest will be intermediate standard. Tremblant has sectioned parts of the ski area in to 'zones' including a 'mogul zone', 'blade zone', 'slow skiing zone' and 'glade zone'.

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Proximity:
The chalet is about 1.5 hours drive north of Montreal and a similar distance north-east of Ottawa. To the ski hills, from the chalet is only 15 minutes to the highest peak in the Laurentian (Mont Tremblant), only 14 minutes to the second highest Laurentian peak (Mont Blanc).
Mont Tremblant, is the crown jewel of the Laurentians offering alpine skiing at its best in the region, has the most diverse runs and offers all the amenities, right on the hill. Just a few steps from South Side parking, you can buy your tickets and climb on the main Gondola (ski lift), only 15 minutes from the chalet. Just get on Route 323 north, to Route 117 north, to Monte Ryan straight to the hill. You can also purchase your lift tickets on line at Costco News costconews@online.costco.com

Skiing Quebec Mont Tremblant

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Mont Tremblant is home to the highest vertical rise in eastern Canada and the best skiing in Quebec. And with over 628 acres of skiable terrain on three sides of the mountain and 94 runs you’ll never have to worry about crowds or waiting in lift lines!

Mont Tremblant ski resort is great for families or groups of varying skill levels with plenty of runs for beginners to experts - in fact its split exactly 50/50 between beginner/intermediate and advanced runs. Intrawest makes the claim that “anytime between November and April there will definitely be snow. If there hasn’t been a huge dumping lately no worries - Mont Tremblant Ski Resort has fantastic snow-making technology. While other resorts find themselves at the mercy of mother nature, Mont Tremblant Ski Resort has over 600 snow cannons (the most in all of Canada).

Up-to-the-Minute Weather and Snow Reports: Want to check out the weather forecast before you arrive? Know how many layers to wear or how much of the fresh stuff fell last night? View the Mont Tremblant, Quebec Skiing Forecast.

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Mont Banc provides great family skiing with challenges that will satisfy all but the most daring and experienced skiers, only 14 minutes from the chalet. Take Route 323 north, Route 117 south. Mont Blanc has the second highest vertical in the Laurentians. It is actually three mountains covering more than 150 acres. There are 35 runs for every level of skier: long cruising trails, challenging expert pitches, bump runs, glades and broad beginner boulevards.

Snow boarders can ride over the whole mountain, and they even have a snow park of their very own with half-pipe, ramps and jumps.

The Mont Blanc Ski School offers experienced instruction for all levels of ability and programs to suit almost every budget and age group.

Other activities to be enjoyed at Mont Blanc include, romantic sleigh rides, relaxing swims, saunas, steam baths or whirlpools in the fitness center, a crazy carpet ride on the ski hill or a friendly game of table tennis or billiards.

Day care facilities entertain kids too young to ski while mom and dad enjoy the slopes.

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CROSS COUNTRY SKIING

This intro to the new X-country centre was written up in the Journal Tremblant Express by André Courey:

"Mont-Tremblant’s cross-country ski facilities have been richly enhanced with the addition of new amenities and trails at the Le Maître golf course. The splendid clubhouse is serving as a fine cross-country ski centre complete with waxing room, health food snack bar, washrooms and counter for the sale of tickets for access to the trails around the golf course. Snowshoe paths and horse-drawn sleigh rides are also being offered.

The clubhouse is open on weekends between 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Le Maître can be reached by way of Mont-Tremblant’s public transit system, which links the town centre (Saint-Jovite) district, the old Village district and Tremblant. The bus runs along Rue Labelle and will drop off passengers at Rue Piché at the entrance to the golf course. The trails at Le Maître also lead to those of the Domaine Saint-Bernard, offering another 50 kilometres of trails. At the Domaine, a new bridge across the Diable River now connects the Domaine’s network to Tremblant’s 15 kilometres of trails.

Le Maître golf course is a magnificent site for cross-country skiing and the clubhouse has all the comforts of a warm country home including a fireplace. For information on ski conditions:

http://www.skidefondmont-tremblant.com

Although best known as an alpine ski resort, cross-country in fact predates downhill skiing on the “trembling mountain”. The first cross-country trails were cleared through the Tremblant region in the late 1920’s, before there were downhill trails. Jackrabbit’s trails were the first of what is today a vast cross-country network of exceptional calibre and variety, adding to Mont-Tremblant’s attractiveness that is in many respects makes it the best in North America. And you can X-country ski directly from the chalet and along the Rouge River flood plain either north or south.

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Mont Banc provides great family skiing with challenges that will satisfy all but the most daring and experienced skiers, only 14 minutes from the chalet. Take Route 323 north, Route 117 south. Mont Blanc has the second highest vertical in the Laurentians. It is actually three mountains covering more than 150 acres. There are 35 runs for every level of skier: long cruising trails, challenging expert pitches, bump runs, glades and broad beginner boulevards.
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Snow boarders can ride over the whole mountain, and they even have a snow park of their very own with half-pipe, ramps and jumps.

The Mont Blanc Ski School offers experienced instruction for all levels of ability and programs to suit almost every budget and age group.

Other activities to be enjoyed at Mont Blanc include, romantic sleigh rides, relaxing swims, saunas, steam baths or whirlpools in the fitness center, a crazy carpet ride on the ski hill or a friendly game of table tennis or billiards.

Day care facilities entertain kids too young to ski while mom and dad enjoy the slopes.
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CROSS COUNTRY SKIING

This intro to the new X-country centre was written up in the Journal Tremblant Express by André Courey :

"Mont-Tremblant’s cross-country ski facilities have been richly enhanced with the addition of new amenities and trails at the Le Maître golf course. The splendid clubhouse is serving as a fine cross-country ski centre complete with waxing room, health food snack bar, washrooms and counter for the sale of tickets for access to the trails around the golf course. Snowshoe paths and horse-drawn sleigh rides are also being offered.

The clubhouse is open on weekends between 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Le Maître can be reached by way of Mont-Tremblant’s public transit system, which links the town centre (Saint-Jovite) district, the old Village district and Tremblant. The bus runs along Rue Labelle and will drop off passengers at Rue Piché at the entrance to the golf course. The trails at Le Maître also lead to those of the Domaine Saint-Bernard, offering another 50 kilometres of trails. At the Domaine, a new bridge across the Diable River now connects the Domaine’s network to Tremblant’s 15 kilometres of trails.

Le Maître golf course is a magnificent site for cross-country skiing and the clubhouse has all the comforts of a warm country home including a fireplace. For information on ski conditions:

http://www.skidefondmont-tremblant.com

Although best known as an alpine ski resort, cross-country in fact predates downhill skiing on the “trembling mountain”. The first cross-country trails were cleared through the Tremblant region in the late 1920’s, before there were downhill trails. Jackrabbit’s trails were the first of what is today a vast cross-country network of exceptional caliber and variety, adding to Mont-Tremblant’s attractiveness that is in many respects makes it the best in North America. And you can X-country ski directly from the chalet and along the Rouge River flood plain either north or south.

OTHER WINTER ACTIVITIES

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Other locally available activities include Snowmobiling, Dogsledding, Snowshoe excursions, Snow tubing , Acrobranche, Horseback riding, Sleigh rides,  Ice climbing, Paintball, Helicopter flights, Cinema, Spas and massages, Scandinavian baths. For further information consult the link below.

2.Summer Sports

Swimming & Beaches

You can swim off the end our dock! beachbeach2And you have access to one of the finest private beaches in the region, only 1 minute from your door by car. Or you can get there on foot on our private road or by boat directly from our door.

One minute from Chalet Refugio, the Rouge river meanders across a wide flood plane leaving a nearly flat, beautifully washed beach which is available to Refugio guests throughout the fair weather at no additional cost.

The beach is extremely wide and is set in a lovely natural setting below Mont Labelle.
The beach is also beautifully maintained and equipped with picnic tables, to make your lunch on the beach a delight, and volley ball courts, for lively entertainment. In addition, there are several beaches available in the region, including a municipal beach on the Rouge River in the village of Brébeuf on a sand bar immediately down stream from La Chute-aux-Bleuets as well as beaches at Tremblant Lake and Lake Mercier.

Boating*

canoeing

Enjoy boating on our quiet lake. It takes about 45 minutes to canoe around the lake and the undisturbed natural environment may display a variety of wild fowl (including the endangered wood duck); fish including trout to about 12-inches long, bass, perch and cat fish; and amphibians like bull frogs and the colourful mud turtle. And at either end of the lake, there is access to the mighty Rouge River as close as crossing the entrance road to the chalet.
There are 3 boats available together with appropriate personal floatation devices, at no charge to our guests, at the chalet docks. These include:
1. a 15-foot guide canoe, with paddles, suitable for 2 or 3, but exquisitely manoeuvrable and quick for a single experienced canoeist; and
2. a Pelican pedalo, suitable for up to 4.
* Outboard motors are allowed on the Rouge River but not on our lake, although electric motors are acceptable on either.

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GOLF

Tremblant / Golf Le Diable
Location: Mont-Tremblant (Tremblant Resort)
Rediscover the joy of playing on Le Diable, member of the prestigious Raven family of courses. Designed by master architect Michael Hurzdan and Dana Fry, this unique course offers you 7,056 yards of impeccable greens, imposing red-sand waste bunkers and long, narrow fairways. The first in Québec and the seventh in North America to obtain the Raven certification, this renowned championship course has surpassed all standard requirements by proving itself to be memorable, playable and pleasing, while also offering golfers a challenge. Course: 18 holes - 7,056 yards - par 71

Club de golf Gray Rocks
Location: Mont-Tremblant (Village - Mont-Tremblant) La Bête:
This breathtaking championship course designed by architect Graham Cooke will challenge you with its layout and reward you with its beauty. It winds along a series of plateaus, with each hole offering a majestic view of the Laurentian Mountains and the Rivière du Diable. Multiple tees allow golfers to play the course best suited to their game. La Belle:
This classic course is the oldest in the Laurentian Mountains. Appealing to golfers of all levels, La Belle's varied elevations and small greens demand strategic play. The scenery is a feast for the eyes, with deep Laurentian pine forests, panoramic tee boxes and lush, fully irrigated fairways.
Course La Belle: 18 holes - 6,057 yards - par 72
Course La Bête: 18 holes - 5,995 yards - par 72
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Club de golf Mountain Acres
Location: Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré
This golf course likely has one of the most enchanting course designs open to the public. The course is surrounded by two natural lakes. The club is equipped with all the facilities to serve a varied clientele including seasonal visitors, tournament players and guests from local hotels.
Course: 18 holes - 5,507 yards - par 70

Manitou Golf Tremblant
Location: Mont-Tremblant (Village - Mont-Tremblant)
Golf Manitou is the jewel of Mont-Tremblant, offering the same quality of design, the same challenge and the same playing conditions as Canada's top championship courses. The 18-hole high-calibre course plays in three hours and is very affordable. It's the best course of its kind in Canada.
Course: 18 holes - 3,400 yards - par 58 - championship caliber

Tremblant / Golf Le Géant
Location: Mont-Tremblant (Tremblant Resort)
Surrounded by such scenery, keeping your eye on the ball will be quite a challenge. Le Géant will go far beyond your wildest expectations! Regardless of your skill level, playing this course is sure to be a memorable experience. In harmony with nature, with its plateaus sculpted into the mountainside, its quick greens and rolling fairways, Le Géant, created by architect Thomas McBroom, combines the challenge posed by a mountainous course sprinkled with two lakes and 52 white sand traps with breathtaking views of the Laurentian Mountains along its entire 6,836 yards. A fabulous sight!
Course: 18 holes - 6,836 yards - par 72

Golf & Country Club Laurentien
Location: Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts Region
Nestled against a mountain in the Laurentians, this nine-hole, 2,825-yard course is magnificent! You'll be treated to a superb view of Lac des Sables. A round of golf here is a great way to enjoy nature!
Course: 9 holes - 2,600 yards - par 35

Club de golf Royal Laurentien
Location: Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré Region:
Founded in April 1986, the Royal Laurentien has long been classed among the prettiest public golf courses in Québec and Canada. Since 1995-1996, it has been consistently rated among the top 20 in Québec and the top 100 in Canada.
Course: 18 holes - 5,758 yards - par 66

Club de golf Les Ruisseaux
Location: Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré Region:
This nine-hole course is located a stone's throw from Tremblant. Set in a valley, surrounded by mountains and criss-crossed by numerous brooks and streams, this course will easily charm you. Friendly staff, family atmosphere and plenty of challenges for golfers of all levels.
Course: 9 holes - 2,964 yards - par 36 Information provided by: Official tourist site of the Government of Québec /Site touristique officiel du gouvernement du Québec

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The Laurentides region

Resort to diversion!
Winter and summer alike, this justly famous region of mountains, lakes and resorts draws vacationers from all over in search of clean air and elbowroom. Located north of Montréal, the Laurentides region is renowned for its ski hills, vast network of cross-country ski trails and top-notch golf facilities. Whether you fancy plunging into a river or a Nordic bath, enjoying a meal at a sugar shack or picking apples off the tree, sleeping in a luxurious inn or lodging with an outfitter, there’s something for everyone! And speaking of tastes, the region has a well-deserved reputation for fine dining and regional specialties.

The trembling mountain
The Laurentides region is home to Québec’s largest protected area. Parc national du Mont-Tremblant has a wide array of outdoor sports to choose from, ranging from hiking to canoeing, camping, fishing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and more. Nestled at the base of the 968-m (3,176-ft.) mountain of the same name, the village of Tremblant repeatedly tops the list of eastern North America’s best resorts. The liveliness of its pedestrian village combined with a great range of activities downhill and cross-country skiing, swimming, cycling, golf and luge are but a few have earned Tremblant its enviable popularity. Nearby Saint-Sauveur is another landmark destination, its picturesque villages bustling with bistros, bars and boutiques. Unparalleled when it comes to skiing and sliding, Saint-Sauveur is the place for night skiing. In the fall, the forests of the Laurentides take on their characteristic flamboyant hues, reviving the festive spirit of the entire region! An easy destination.
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Other Summer Activities

Acrobranche
Test your skills and ability - This is a 2 hour adventure that takes place 30 feet in the air in the forest above Tremblant resort. You will try to master over 50 challenges from crossing rope bridges, to crossing dancing floor. Finish off the challenging day by 750 feet of zip line descent.

Go-Kart
15 minutes from Tremblant. Fun for the whole family or if you are a group, you can plan your own race or competition.

Hiking
Trails start from the village and many trails start from atop Tremblant mountain where you can enjoy a leisurely and short hike or be more adventurous and hike down into Park Tremblant. There is a lovely easy trail for hiking and biking on the Petit Rail Du Nord rail bed providing excellent access to the natural environment.

Indoor Ice Skating
Escape the summer heat and enjoy indoor skating at Tremblant.

Lake Tremblant Cruise
Imagine!! Beautiful sunny day, incredible scenery from aboard Le Grand Manitou, a small cruise boat. Enjoy a cocktail as you watch the sunset.

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Luge
The ultimate downhill thrill. A wild cart ride down a wide, 1.4 km cement track. Handlebars and brakes control your speed and direction.

Mountain Biking
Tremblant has many options for biking enthusiasts. Paved trails, forest trails or the multi-functional trail. Beginner, intermediate or advanced. Multi- functional trail is perfect for baby bike trailers.

Oméga Park (natural zoo)
This 1500 acre park offers the opportunity to let you discover many species of wild animals in their natural habitat every day of the year. On Highway 323 on the way to Ottawa

Rafting
Full day excursion with lots of white water to get your heart pumping.

Rock climbing
Always wanted to try this exciting sport? Take the 1/2 day introductory course. Advanced climbs also available.

Tennis
Lessons, round-robins, tennis camps, stringing service, rentals and shop on site. The Academy is rated amongst the top Tennis sites in the world - according to tennis Resorts on Line (2002) and one of the top 100 in the world by USA Today (2001). Tremblant's Beach & Tennis Club offers a wide range of outdoor activities. Just steps away from Tremblant resort village, you'll find this incredible site with incredible views of Tremblant Lake and the mountain.
The beach offer supervised swimming, which means there is plenty of time to relax and unwind while your children amuse themselves in the sand and water. Snack bar offers food and cold drinks.
amuse themselves in the sand and water. Snack bar offers food and cold drinks.

Water Sports
ccess to an excellent 15 foot canoe and a Pellican paddle boat as well as adult personal floatation devices are all included in your chalet rental. In addition, rentals are available for windsurfing, wake boarding, sailing, canoeing, pedalo, and waterskiing on Tremblant Lake, just a hop, skip and jump from the resort.

Water Park
In a natural setting, this aquatic paradise offers a wide array of activities. Enjoy wild splashes or a relaxing float down calmer waters. Great fun for the young & young at heart.

Horseback riding
Take in the beautiful countryside while riding through forests and valleys.

3.All Season Activities

Casino de Mont-Tremblant

The Casino de Mont-Tremblant is now open!
The Casino de Mont-Tremblant is accessible via the brand new gondola running from the Versant Soleil to the Versant Sud. Located on Versant Soleil at Mont-Tremblant Resort and connected to the pedestrian village on the South Side by a new gondola, the all-new Casino de Mont-Tremblant is now open. Just 16 minutes from Chalet Refugio.

Sightseeing Flights Enjoy a helicopter tour where you will get to experience the splendors of our area from the sky

Scandinave Spa™
Something you must experience while in Tremblant. The setting is breathtaking and you are guaranteed to leave relaxed and invigorated, regardless of your state of mind when you entered. Finnish Sauna, Norwegian Steam Bath, outdoor Jacuzzi, Swedish Massage, Swimming in the river year-round, Nordic waterfall, deer observation.

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All Terrain Vehicles
Come and ride the mountains (1400 feet) with your professional guide all the various trails suited to everyone's tastes such as: flat, mountainous, sinuous, muddy, technical and wet.(Information courtesy of Rendez-Vous Mont-Tremblant).

Camping

Camping is available anywhere within the 45,000 square foot parcel of private land around the chalet including adjacent the foot path developed along the 335 feet of shoreline. We do ask that when selecting a shoreline campsite, you respect any sensitive areas (such as near water fowl nesting). We do subscribe to the Convention on Biological Diversity guidelines for sustainable tourism developed under the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development as adopted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in 2004. Camping is also available in much of the open space in nearby mountains, such as nearby Mount Labelle and a number of commercial sites throughout the resort region.

TREMBLANT SHOPPING

Shopping is available in:
Mont Tremblant offers a large variety of shopping boutiques and stores. Don’t miss the Mont Tremblant Pedestrian Village, a mountain side boutique (see 2. below)!
There is also great shopping throughout the region including:
1. Tthe lovely Quebec village of Sainte Jovite 5 minutes from Mt. Tremblant has a Metro Supermarket within the village as well as Super ‘C’ St Jovite, A&P Marché Robert Tellier St-Jovite and Maxi, all up on route 117 on the Montreal side of town. These grocers are fully aware of the needs of resort and cottage shoppers. The village also offers:
Specialty Shops
Art Galleries; and
Photo Center.
2. The AXEP Depanneur/Milk Store in Brebeuf is 3 minutes from the Chalet and has the basics,
3.IntraWest's Pedestrian Village including the following opportunities: Accessories and Perfume Shops
Cinema
Sporting Goods
Clothing
Gift Shops and Bookstores
Grocery Stores
for exceptional value for fresh produce, try Bourassa's 'big box' refrigerated grocery store just next to the Spaghetti Factory restaurant.

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The beautiful Old village of Tremblant Tremblantsited on the southern shores of Lac Tremblant opposite to Intrawest's ski resort and the mountain pinnacle of the Laurentians

TREMBLANT RESTAURANTS

There are great restaurants available in the nearby village of Brebeuf (3 minutes), in St Jovite (9 minutes), at Mont Tremblant Pedestrian Village (17 minutes) and the Village of Mont Tremblant (17 minutes).

The Tremblant Pedestrian Village offers many dining and entertainment options including the following as presented in the Intrawest web site: For great family fare, you'll love Casey's in the Marriot Hotel (See Grills below).

Bistros/Cafés/Cafétérias

Au Grain de Café
Promenade Deslauriers (819) 681-4567
Opens at 7:30 a.m. Specialized and alcoholic coffees. Coffee beans. Specialized teas, hot chocolate. Continental breakfast, soups, sandwiches, Viennese pastries. Beer, spirits, wine and ports. Internet access. Games and magazines. Outdoor hot-wine bar. Fire place, kids slide.
Brûlerie Saint-Denis
Place des Voyageurs (819) 681-CAFÉ (2233)
International coffee flavours, waffles and continental breakfast, healthy meals and desserts. Coffee beans available. Draft beer, sangria and wine. Opens at 7 a.m.
Café Johannsen
Base Télécabine (819) 681-5551
Specialty coffees, baked goods and sandwiches. Internet access.
Coco Pazzo
Promenade Deslauriers (819) 681-4774
Take-out counter with superb Italian and vegetarian cuisine. Special orders upon request. Visit our boutique! www.coco-pazzo.ca
Fluide Juice Bar
Rue des Remparts (819) 681-4681
Freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juices, tonics and boosters, homemade vegetarian meals. Eat in or take out. The healthy alternative on the mountain.
Grand Manitou
Sommet Tremblant Summit (819) 681-3000 # 36393
Cafeteria located at the top of the mountain.
Lounge du Westin
Le Westin Resort & Spa 819 681-4144
A modern bar in the hotel lobby's relaxed atmosphere. Giant television screen, wines by the glass, contemporary cocktails and a small menu of tasty delicacies.
La Chouquetterie
Rue des Remparts (819) 681-4509
Old-fashioned bakery and pastry shop. Coffee. Fine chocolates and other treats.
Le Chalet du Smoked Meat
Place des Voyageurs (819) 681-4664
Poutine, smoked meat, roasted chicken, French fries, breakfast (eggs and bacon).Take-out orders.
Oberoi Escale Gourmande Express
Place Saint-Bernard (819) 681-4555
Delicatessen, cheeses, assorted cold cuts, sandwiches, salads, ready-to-serve dishes, catering service, gourmet gift baskets, delivery.
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Pita Express
Place des Voyageurs (819) 681-4949
Lebanese cuisine: pita sandwiches, soups, salads and beverages. Counter service.
Ya'ooo Pizza Bar
Vieux-Tremblant (819) 681-4616
http://www.lesmustdetremblant.com/ Pizza by the slice and salads.Take-out orders.
Wigwam
Fairmont Tremblant (819) 681-7000 # 7805
Quick and tasty cuisine. Specialty coffees and Viennese pastries. Continental breakfast, soups, salads, sandwiches and desserts. Open as of 7 a.m. Counter service. Winter season only.

Sweet Shops
Sugar Shack
Place des Voyageurs (819) 681-4995
www.cabaneasucretremblant.com

Maple products, maple taffy on snow, soft maple-butter ice cream, as well as honey and homemade jams.

Chocolate Factory
Place Saint-Bernard (819) 681-4545
Chocolate, fudge, ice cream and crunchy toffee.
Crème de la Crème
Vieux-Tremblant (819) 681-4540
Old-fashioned cookie shop, homemade pies, muffins, breakfast, desserts and dairy bar.
Candy Shop
Place des Voyageurs (819) 425-5729
www.placebonbon.com
The heavenly candy shop! Pick-and-mix your favourite gummy, liquorice, sour, pressed and chocolate-covered candies. Enjoy fun candy toys, lollipops and gums; taste yummy chocolates, truffles, fudge and fresh cotton candy.
Beaver Tails
Rue des Remparts (819) 681-4678
Whole-wheat pastries with your choice of toppings.

Continental

Le Shack
Le Saint-Bernard
(819) 681-4700
www.leshack.com
Sports bar (plasma TV's) and casual family dining. Breakfast during peak season. Best après-ski party for over 14 years!
Crêperie Bretonne
Crêperie Catherine
Vieux-Tremblant
(819) 681-4888
Complete menu of crêpes bretonnes with assorted fillings.
Fondue and raclette
La Savoie
Vieux-Tremblant (819) 681-4573
Enjoy a truly authentic Savoyard experience and savour our fondues, raclettes and pierrades.

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French

Aux Truffes
Promenade Deslauriers (819) 681-4544
www.auxtruffes.com
Innovative fine cuisine. Specialties: truffles, foie gras and game. À la carte gastronomic tastings.
l'Avalanche
Vieux-Tremblant (819) 681-4727
Creative French cuisine. Specialty: regional products and gastronomic dishes with an international flavour. Excellent selection of wines, ports, scotches and other spirits.
Les Artistes
Rue des Remparts (819) 681-4606
www.restaurantlesartistes.com
Tremblant's Parisian bistro. Simple or gourmet. Regional specialties and delicious desserts. Selection of fine wines.Table d'hôte and children's menu.
Loup-Garou
Fairmont Tremblant (819) 681-7685
Quebec cuisine, warm fireside atmosphere and attentive service. À la carte menu. Open for groups only (12-50 pers.).

Grills

Bullseye Bar & Steak House
Place Saint-Bernard (819) 681-2855
Steak, fresh fish, seafood and other grilled dishes. Sandwiches and salads. Group, kids and lunch menu. Private dining room.
www.bullseyetremblant.com
Resto-bar Casey's
Vieux-Tremblant (819) 681-4601
Come and enjoy our ribs, steaks, fajitas, roasted chicken and salads. A large place to have a good time and enjoy a meal until 11 p.m. every night.
La Forge Bar & Grill
Place Saint-Bernard (819) 681-4900
www.laforgetremblant.com
On the first floor, Le Bistro: family dining for lunch and dinner. On the second floor, La Forge. Specialty: meats grilled over maple wood fire. Winner of the Wine Spectator Excellence and Carte d'or awards for its wine list. Incomparable view of the mountain and Place St-Bernard.

International

Fat Mardi's
Place St-Bernard 819-681-2439
New-Orleans-style resto-bar. Burgers, sandwiches, chicken, steak, fish, seafood and ribs. Large selection of appetizer, kids menu and much more. Come try our famous hurricanes and let the good times roll!
Plus Minus Café
Vieux-Tremblant (819) 681-4994
www.plusminuscafe.com
In Tremblant oldest's chalet, a unique gastronomice experience, an exotic adventure. Fine avant-garde cuisine showcasing organic products. Meat and game, fish and vegetarian dishes.
Windigo
Fairmont Tremblant 819-681-7685
Sumptuous surf and turf and sushi buffets on Fridays and Saturdays. Fabulous breakfast buffets daily, offered until 1 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. À la carte menu, salad and dessert bar.

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Italian

Coco Pazzo
Promenade Deslauriers (819) 681-4774
Original progressive Italian cuisine.
Visit our restaurant! http://www.coco-pazzo.ca/
Pizzatéria
Rue des Remparts (819) 681-4522
http://www.lesmustdetremblant.com/
Pizzas, calzones, salads and pasta.
Spag & Co.
Place des Voyageurs (819) 681-4444
http://www.lesmustdetremblant.com/
A unique spot where family & friends come together to enjoy pasta and wine, service and atmosphere, freshness and flavour! Bellissimo!

Japanese

Yamada
Promenade Deslauriers 819 681-4141
Internationaly inspired Japanese cuisine served in a fantasy decor. Enjoyable atmosphere appeals to appetites of all ages.& Sushi's plus colourful dishes with uncommon flavours from& the sensational filet mignon on a hot stone, to sashimi pizza, and delights from the sea.
Ô-wok
Vieux-Tremblant (819) 681-4455
Resto-lounge, Asian cuisine, take out.
http://o-wok.com/
Resto-Pub
Micro brasserie La Diable
Vieux-Tremblant (819) 681-4546
Original beers brewed on site, delicious European

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Casino de Mont-Tremblant

The Casino de Mont-Tremblant is now open! The Casino de Mont-Tremblant is accessible via the brand new gondola running from the Versant Soleil to the Versant Sud. Located on Versant Soleil at Mont-Tremblant Resort and connected to the pedestrian village on the South Side by a new gondola, the all-new Casino de Mont-Tremblant is now open. Just 16 minutes from Chalet Refugio.


 Map to the Chalet