The Tremblant area extends from southern Quebec to the shores of the St. Lawrence River, the Laurentian Mountains are a majestic presence on the Quebec landscape. In addition to this mighty mountain range and its highest peak, Mont Tremblant, the region is also home to an abundance of immense lakes, wandering rivers, dense forests, rich agricultural plains, and foothills dotted with picturesque villages. There is no shortage of interesting activities for tourists in this region, from fishing, dog sledding and ice skating, to whale watching, golfing, mountain biking and kayaking.
At Tremblant, the main town of the region, visitors have the opportunity to walk about the Pedestrian Village to find world-class facilities and accommodations as well as several attractions and amenities including restaurants, shops, spas, cinema, art galleries and more.
The scenic St Alexis Des Monts in the Laurentian mountains is best known as being the setting for Sacacomie, a 100 room luxury wooden lodge perfectly located in between the mountains and the lake, with plenty of activities – horse-riding, fishing, kayaking and spa treatments for those who might feel restless just communing with nature.