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Golf

image-dummy The Laurentians positively teems with golf! Tremblant itself is home to two championship courses – Le Diable and Le Geant. Other championship quality courses include La Belle, La Bete and Royal Laurentian as well as the Freddie Couples designed course, Le Maitre. For the beginner, there are gentler 9 hole and executive courses and most courses have driving ranges for you to tune up your game.

Biking

image-dummy Blueberry Lake has a private network of mountain biking trails from the sedate to the extreme. Free bike hire is also available on Site. The Petit Train du Nord follows the track of the old railway line and offers over 230 km of trails alongside and through beautiful lakes rivers and mountains. It is the longest linear park in Canada and is one of the Mont Tremblant region's most popular attractions. Bring your own bike or use a rental – there are even companies that will come and pick you up so that you only have to cycle in one direction!

Tennis

image-dummyBlueberry Lake has two Har-Tru tennis courts and floodlights so you can keep playing after the sun goes down. Free racket hire is available and lessons can also be organised.
 
 
 
 
 

Fishing

image-dummy Cast your rod into Blueberry Lake or head further afield. The Mont Tremblant region is home to thousands of lakes and rivers which, in turn, are home to walleye, bass, trout and more. Nearby pourvoiries offer a different experience with a guaranteed catch.
 
 

Volleyball

image-dummySituated next to the outdoor swimming pool, Blueberry Lake has its own beach volleyball court. Top Gun re-enactments welcome!
 
 
 
 
 

Kayaks, Canoes, Pedalo

image-dummyTake to the water like the first settlers (OK, maybe they didn't have pedalos) with a leisurely paddle on Blueberry Lake. Blueberry Lake has a selection of canoes, kayaks, a row boat (and pedalos).
 
 
 
 

Hiking

image-dummyBlueberry Lake has over 15km of trails offering everything from a gentle lakeside stroll to a full on hike. Further afield, 3 national and provincial parks are within easy reach offering wonderful scenery and hundreds of kilometres of trails.
 
 
 

Riviere Rouge Canoe Trip

image-dummy Feel like a pioneer, but without the hardship! Take to canoes or kayaks and paddle downstream with the current until you've had enough and then get picked up and make the journey back upstream sitting down and motorised!
 
 

ATV tours

image-dummy When the snow disappears, Quebeckers take to the trails on ATVs. Local operators will take care of you whether you are a beginner wanting a short excursion or an expert looking for an expedition.
 
 

White Water Rafting

image-dummy Tackle the Rouge River, one of North America's finest for white water rafting. A real adventure!
 
 
 

Helicopter tour

image-dummy Get a genuine birds eye view of the beauty of the Mont Tremblant region.
 
 
 

Paintball

image-dummy What better way to show your friends and family that you love them than by shooting them with paint!
 
 
 

Lakes and Rivers

image-dummySitting on the hard granite of the Canadian Shield, the Mont Tremblant area is home to thousands of lakes and rivers. You can explore them like the original settlers in kayaks or canoes, go for a leisurely swim or pack a rod and fish for walleye, bass, trout and many more.On Lac Tremblant, motor boats are permitted and there are operators to take you water-skiing or tubing.
 
 
 
 
 

Mont Tremblant Casino

image-dummyA new addition to the Mont Tremblant scene, the Casino de Mont Tremblant is a sophisticated entertainment experience located in the heart of the Versant Soleil, Tremblant's newest village.Try your luck at the craps table, spin the roulette wheel, hit the blackjack tables or just relax and have a drink or something to eat at the fabulous Altitude bar and restaurant.