Taking the ski lift up to the village was great, the kids absolutely loved it. Arriving in the village you are welcomed by the hustle and bustle of skiers everywhere, adorning vibrant outfits, people of all ages and all abilities, and the fact that Mt Tremblant was dressed in stunning snow just made the whole place more spectacular. Continue reading “Skiing on Mt Tremblant “
Without this service, it would be painful, might be healthy and good exercise walking up and down, but very painful..
This is by far the snowiest village I have taken a stroll through…the kids asked for snow, they got snow, lots of it… Continue reading “A stroll through snowy Mt Tremblant village, Quebec”
A short video of an impressive team, very effective and efficient. Gives you an idea of how much snow had fallen and how much had already been shifted and that still needed to be moved.
We finally arrived after about two hours driving from Montreal to Mt Tremblant, and as you may appreciate from the photos below, it was a spectacular welcome. Continue reading “Arrival and welcome from Mt Tremblant, Quebec “
The next part of this road trip was to visit Mt Tremblant, a pretty and picturesque ski village about two hours north of Montreal.
These photos capture the gorgeous drive in incredibly chilly conditions towards Mt Tremblant.
I loved every time we drove past exquisite icicle formations caressing the cliff edges as we drove along.
It would have great to stop and picture some of them as I find them so amazing and unique, unfortunately stopping on the side is not allowed.
For those of you who are familiar with these scenes, you will recognise the numerous ski paths that trickle down the various mountains.
One of the nicest things that snow creates in nature is the covering on tress, it is like a sprinkling of icing sugar that is delicately sieved over the trees.
Very short video of the drive…apologies for the little bit of screaming from the young one who clearly just wanted to get there!