Tremblant Living

Mont Tremblant Autumn – Fall

Aug 20th, 2009 by James Fraser | 0

The warm months of July have just passed. Soon the cold Canadian winter will come and enthusiast will rush for the Mont Tremblant to start their ski and snowboard season. Meanwhile, fall in Tremblant is a season to be discovered. In autumn, the Laurentian mountainside is renowned for the colorful fall foliage. Mont-Tremblant ‘s annual celebration is appropriately labeled “Symphony-of-Colors.”  Aside from admiring the astonishing colors, Tremblant offers activities that will please people looking for a relaxing week end.

One of the main advantages you will notice during the fall is that all the big tourists have come and gone leaving the resort and the village a peaceful and quiet place. No line for activities, no need for long term reservation in good restaurants.  Just the calmness of nature showing her most beautiful yet fleeting side.  Gondola rides are one of the most popular activities, go up the mountain and have a glimpse of mother’s nature getting ready for winter. Horseback riding and hiking in the multifunctional trail is also something you might not want to miss.

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For hunters, fall hears the opening of the season. Whether you’re a black powder or bow hunter, Tremblant regions offers one of the most interesting terrains for your hunt.

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On all aspects, Mont-Tremblant is definitely the place to be for a relaxing week end in autumn.

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