Lodge de la Montagne, Mont Tremblant

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Location - where is Lodge de la Montagne

· ski-in, ski-out (conditions permitting) · quiet but central location · 5 minutes' walk to the lifts · close to shops, restaurants, bars and nightlife


Overview - hotel description - Lodge de la Montagne description

In the centre of Tremblant’s beautiful pedestrian village, the Lodge de la Montagne is just a couple of minutes’ walk to the lifts. When the snow is good, you can even ski in and out. It’s also close to the Aqua Club pool centre and the resort kids’ club - so it’s an ideal choice for families.

The Lodge is rustic and cosy, with wooden beams and traditional ski equipment adorning the lobby walls. The rooms are very homey, with everything you need, and the kitchenette is handy for meal times. There’s no restaurant, so you can either pop to the grocery store to stock up, or sample any of the many restaurants in town.

There are some great facilities though, such as the ski lockers, games room, laundry room and sauna - plus indoor and outdoor hot tubs.

Please note:

Rooms are priced on maximum occupancy. The price of the room is the same regardless of the bed configuration.


Facilities - Lodge de la Montagne features

· close to the resort kids' club · Aqua Club pool and spa next door · lounge with fireplace · indoor hot tub and slopeside outdoor hot tub · small fitness room · games room · free ice skate hire · free First Tracks access (with valid lift pass) · daily fresh linen and towels · 131 rooms


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All rooms have a cable TV, WiFi, hairdryer, fridge, tea/coffee maker, and bathroom with bath, shower and WC.

Hotel Room - sleeps 1-4: Queen murphy bed, double sofa bed, and kitchenette.

Studio - sleeps 1-4: Queen bed, living/dining area with double sofa bed and fireplace, and fully-equipped kitchen.

One-Bedroom Condo - sleeps 1-6: Bedroom with one queen bed or two double beds, living/dining room with double sofa bed and fireplace, and fully-equipped kitchen.


Meals - food and drink in Lodge de la Montagne

We update Lodge de la Montagne's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.
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Resort - about Mont Tremblant - about holidays in Mont Tremblant - about ski holidays in Mont Tremblant - about ski holidays in Mont Tremblant Canada

Traffic free village Award-winning resort Evenly mixed terrain

Family-focused and Quebec’s skiing capital, this is one of North America’s oldest, most loved resorts. Whether it’s the brightly coloured village, Franco-Canadian atmosphere or another thing entirely, there’s something seriously enchanting about Mont Tremblant – a ski town like no other where maple taffies meet Savoie fondues.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Doorstep skiing Short transfer

Mont Tremblant webcam

Snow Report: Top 61cm, Bottom 30cm

Snow Forecast: 3cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 31cm

Mont Tremblant trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Mont Tremblant International airport61 km, 50 mins
Montreal134 km, 90 mins
Region:Quebec, Eastern Canada
First opened:1939

Mont Tremblant lift pass price last reported as $109 (Adult one day). Ask for a quote when booking Lodge de la Montagne.
Night skiing: No
Mont Tremblant has N S E W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing Nov - April.

Town altitude: 645m
Top of slopes: 875m
Bottom of piste: 230m
Vertical drop: 645m
Total length of trails:78.9km
Longest piste:6km
While the surrounding Laurentian Mountains haven't changed for millennia, the resort had an Alpine-style facelift in the early nineties, an enormous success. Tremblant has won the title of 'Best Eastern North American resort' from Ski Magazine countless times. Catch the Cabriolet lift for a fantastic birds-eye view of the car-free village, which looks like nowhere else on earth at the foot of the Tremblant Mountain. Best described as the skiing world's endearing answer to Disneyland, Tremblant consists of c...
The ski area’s spread over four different sides: Versant Nord (the North Side) and Le Edge, then Versant Sud (South Side) and Versant Soleil. We love that green, blue and black runs are mixed throughout, so everyone can enjoy the full area. Many of the runs are graded as advanced, like Cossak, but in Europe would be classed as a red. In Versant Nord, the Expo chairlift takes you halfway up to a few blues, blacks and the lovely “Sissy Schuss” green. Hop on the Duncan Express for direct access to the top, ...
Le Shack is excellent for an après ski quencher – and on warmer days, the live music outside really adds to the atmosphere. La Diable’s home-brewed beers and hearty comfort food also go down a treat after a long day on the hill. If you’re craving some French favourites, Creperie Catherine has a terrific menu, and La Savoie provides the all-important ski holiday fondue and raclette. There’s no shortage of Canadian specialities - anyone with a sweet tooth absolutely must try maple taffy (a lollipop made ...

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