Winter in Mont-Tremblant

Winter in Mont-Tremblant! What a wonderland. Snow everywhere, activities galore and the sweetest alpine village! I am sharing tons of photos below, and you can follow along at #wellsincanada.

After an easy hour flight to Montreal (direct from Boston), we drove a little over an hour to the beautiful Fairmont Tremblant. Nestled right at the foot of the mountain, there were outdoor pools to swim in, marshmallows to roast, and plenty of carpeted hallways to practice our walking! (Riley specific on the last one). We enjoyed dinner in Choux Gras one evening, and started each morning with breakfast in Le Comptoir. We also took advantage of the cozy room and cozier robes, keeping warm inside while Matty skied outside.

As guests of the hotel (and this is the case with all Tremblant on site lodging), we had access to a few wonderful privileges – and we took advantage of them all: first tracks (Matty was able to start skiing before the mountain officially opened!), ice skating at St Bernard Chapel, and evening tubing right outside our door.

The pedestrian village was the best! So pretty to wander, hot chocolate in hand (Oh La Vache was my favorite), and a Cabriolet to take you right back up. We loved the nachos and beer at La Diable Microbrewery, and had dinner at La Forge and Coco Pazzo. There were tons of cute shops (discovered a new favorite ski brand, Dale of Norway), and fire pits at every turn.

We had hoped to go snowshoeing, dog sledding and take Riley Ann on a sleigh ride, but ran out of time. Something for next time!


Thank you to Mont-Tremblant for collaborating on this post, and to you for reading! As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

  1. I’ve been following you since before you had Riley and I don’t know how I never made it to your blog. It’s really beautiful! I will be sure to come back in the future.

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    • Lauren

      That is so sweet, thank you so much for following along!

  2. Courtney Swenson

    Such a beautiful post and those little booties are to die for!

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