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Located just one hour from Montreal International Airport, an hour and a half from Ottawa, 5 minutes from the nearest ski slopes at Mont Blanc and 20 minutes from the extensive skiing at Mont Tremblant, it’s the perfect getaway with friends or family.

The chalet is located in the Laurentian Mountains, which come alive with the excitement and beauty of each new season, and benefits from being in close proximity to the four-season resort of Mont Tremblant which is known for its excellent downhill skiing, world-class golf courses and outdoor festivals.

The highest peak in the Laurentians has something for all ski and snowboarding enthusiasts. Its 95 trails and 3 snow parks offer spectacular views and thrilling runs. Rent equipment on site and/or take lessons with one of the ski school’s 450 instructors. The Mont Tremblant resort has it all, from fantastic dining to revitalising spas and a lively entertainment scene. Voted Eastern North America’s number one resort for ten years in a row, the charming pedestrian village and adjacent mountain offers an abundance of restaurants, boutiques, events and festivals. The picturesque countryside offers a plethora of outdoor activities to discover and enjoy.

Parc National du Mont-Tremblant is the biggest park in the network and the first national park to have been created in Quebec. It offers a variety of activities and discoveries that are sure to please. By canoe, kayak or on foot, skis or snowshoes, you will be surprised by the immensity of the territory. Offering nature at its best, Parc National du Mont-Tremblant is open year round and is bound to make an unforgettable impression on you.

At 984ft (300 metres), Mont Blanc is the second highest peak in the Laurentians. With its 41 trails and 2 snow parks, skiers and boarders can test their limits to the full. At the base of the mountain there is a giant indoor playground for young children and kids.

Further afield lie the vibrant cities of Montreal – which combines North American energy with European flair, fine dining, theatres and year-round festivals – and Ottawa – the nation’s capital and home to Parliament Hill, impressive museums, the Rideau Canal and the bustling Byward Market. 

 

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