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Mont Tremblant Timeshare Resales 

Home to Eastern Canada’s premier ski resort, Mont Tremblant is a year-round travel destination featuring acclaimed winter and summer sports. Settled in the Laurentian Mountains in the province of Quebec, this mountain resort town offers so much to do, from skiing and hiking to a pedestrian shopping village, luxurious spa and extraordinary family attractions, that you could never experience it all in one vacation. A Mont Tremblant timeshare allows you to come back again and again.

Mont Tremblant Ski Resort and Winter Sports

Located on the highest peak in the Laurentian Mountains, this star attraction offers numerous trails for downhill skiers and snowboarders of all experience levels.

Even if you’re not into skiing, Mont Tremblant and its surrounding lakes and trails offer a whole host of other winter sports, including snowmobiling, snowshoeing, ice climbing, snow tubing, ice fishing, dog-sledding, ice skating and sleigh rides.

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vacation at your Mont Tremblant timeshare provides an outdoor wonderland where you’ll never run out of things to do.

With six rivers, hundreds of lakes and streams and vast wilderness, Mont Tremblant National Park is an outdoor lover’s dream. Enjoy hiking, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, fishing, swimming and camping. Nature buffs will appreciate the abundance of wildlife here that includes more than 40 mammals such as moose, deer, black bears, Canadian beaver, minks, red fox and wolves.

Hike or bike along Canada’s longest linear park, the Parc Linéaire Le P'tit Train du Nord, to explore awesome landscapes. Make stops at quaint villages to experience local food and culture.

Take a boat cruise around Lac Tremblant to revel in the beautiful scenery while learning about the fascinating history of the area.

Explore the peaceful, scenic trails that weave through the forested Domaine Saint-Bernard Park. If you and the kids are up for a little adventure, try out the zip line course. A great nighttime activity here for the whole family is star-gazing at the Velan Astronomy Pavillion.

After hiking and biking, cool off with a swim at lakeside beaches like Plage du lac Mercier and Parc Plage.

Don’t Miss Attractions

Stroll down the cobblestoned streets of Mont Tremblant’s charming village to discover inviting boutiques, art galleries and restaurants. Shop for souvenirs and sample a BeaverTail pastry.

For a unique family experience, take a nighttime hike through the forested Tonga Lumina trail, accompanied by a light and music show, to search for a giant who harbors an important secret.

Experience unforgettable thrills on the Skyline Luge. Hop on a luge cart at the top of the mountain and race down, twisting and turning through the forest, surrounded by lovely alpine views.

Treat yourself to a luxurious massage and spa treatment at the Scandinavian Spa. Relax in a hot tub, steam room and whirlpool, all within a soothing, idyllic mountain setting.

Nightlife

After skiing all day, wind down at the P’tit Caribou, the town’s most popular après-ski venue for more than 20 years. Savor European sausages and beer in the English pub setting of the La Diable Microbrewery. Dance the night away at the top-rated nightclub, Café d’Époque. Enjoy dining, live performances plus slot machines and gaming tables all under the roof of Casino de Mont-Tremblant.

When to Visit

Mont Tremblant is busy during the ski season (November through February) and summertime (June through August.) If you prefer to visit your Mont Tremblant timeshare during offseason, April and September present ideal choices.

This fascinating French Canadian destination will give you a touch of Europe without trekking across the Atlantic, yet seamlessly blends in the area’s unique heritage for a wonderful vacation. The best way to visit is with a Mont Tremblant timeshare, so save money by making an offer to an existing owner selling a timeshare resale here on BuyaTimeshare.com. Then start planning for an amazing cultural experience.

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