Among North American resorts, Tremblant is refreshingly different. The resort is modern yet charming, the locals speak French as well as English, and with a range of direct daily flights from Heathrow to Montreal, it offers one of the shortest journey times to any North American resort.
Considered a pretty sister resort to Whistler on the West Coast, Tremblant has been developed by Intrawest in the style of old Quebec. Brightly coloured buildings line cobbled, traffic-free streets and squares. The general vibe and atmosphere is French, though the service you will be pleased to hear is undeniably North American.
The lodging in town is generally of a high standard. Anchored by the luxurious and imposing Fairmont Mont Tremblant , most hotels and condominiums boast European style ski in/ski out access. Lifts radiate from the heart of the resort, with ski school meeting places and nursery slopes close to hand.