Tremblant Experience

Tremblant, Quebec, Canada is the place to go if you are planning a holiday or vacation. Our Vacation Specialists will be pleased to assist you in choosing the perfect Tremblant accomodation for your holiday as well as suggest the activities that will best suit your abilities and desires. At Rendez-Vous Mont-Tremblant we pride ourselves in providing numerous condos and chalets to ensure that you, your family and/or friends have a lasting and memorable experience.

Tremblant has been ranked as the Top Summer Resort in Eastern North America and is the perfect location to bring your family or enjoy with friends. Tremblant mountain offers a fantastic choice of summer activities .Golf,  tennis and water sports are all within your reach and are suitable for the amateur & the more experienced. Tremblant ski resort has a challenging terrain for the hiker and biker. With a vertical elevation of 2,871 feet and vertical drop of 2,116 feet a ride in the gondola offers panoramic views of pristine lake Tremblant. Spanning over 628 acres of wooded terrain means there is plenty of Laurentian scenery for you to explore.

After a busy day on the links or a fast paced set of tennis, enjoy a Tremblant après sports experience, in one of our numerous restaurants or bars. Enjoy shopping in our exclusive boutiques, a massage and spa,or choose from many other recreational facilities available at the mountain and throughout the village and St. Jovite. Clearly, Tremblant defines the best summer experience.

Contact us today to learn more about the perfect holiday or vacation. We offer many different accommodation packages. Tell us what you like and we'll put together the perfect package for you.


It was in 1938 that an explorer from Philadelphia named Jo Ryan came to the region prospecting gold. Accompanied by Harry Wheeler and by Lowell Thomas, an American journalist, they climbed to the summit. Joe immediately fell in love with the beauty of the majestic "mountain of the spirits", or "trembling mountain" as referred to by the local aboriginals -the Algonquin's.

It is documented that Jo Ryan had vowed to transform the spectacular landscape into a world-class alpine village. It was only one year later than his dream was realized. In February 1939, Jo Ryan opened the Mont Tremblant Lodge. With architecture reminiscent of traditional Quebec, the mountain hosted visitors from around the world.