Village des Soleils is a ten minute drive from the base of Eastern Canada’s largest downhill skiing resort, Mont Tremblant, and a twenty minute drive to the always engaging slopes of Mont Blanc with the Laurentians second highest elevation.
Tremblant sits at 875 meters and offers a breathtaking view of the Laurentians. Its ski area covers 654 acres and includes 95 ski trails on 4 distinct slopes for the enjoyment of skiers and snowboarders of all levels. One of the most sophisticated and powerful snowmaking systems in North America, with over 1,000 snowguns, allows us to offer impeccable snow conditions.
Mont Blanc offers some of the very best alpine skiing in Quebec, Canada. Located in the Mont Tremblant region, Mont Blanc is the second highest vertical in the area. With 41 trails of all degrees of difficulty, Mont Blanc is ideal for experienced alpine skiers and beginners too.
|Mont Tremblant||Mont Blanc|
|Vertical drop||649m – 2116 ft||300m – 1000 ft|
|Number of Trails
|94 covering 76 km or 47 miles
6 km – 3.45 miles
3 snowboard parks;
1 super half-pipe
|41 trails from 3 peaks
2 snowboard parks
|Lift System||13 lifts
Four high speed quads
|Rates||Full day or half day (noon – close)
Adult, Senior, Youth, Children
Full rate schedule
|Full day or Half day (a.m., p.m.)
Adult, Senior, Student, Junior
Full rate schedule
The trails are spread over an area of over 25 square kilometers of forests, meadows, lakes, streams and especially the majestic River “La Diable”. This territory is inhabited by many birds and animals including white-tailed deer that you may be lucky enough to encounter on your hike. Several trails are lined with interpretive signs to the fauna and flora.
Ski de Fond Mont-Tremblant manages 90 km of regularly groomed trails which run across Village des Soleils, with a base location at nearby Domaine St. Bernard. A bridge over the Devil’s River (Rivière du Diable) connects the two sectors of their network: Domaine Saint-Bernard and Tremblant. From their website:
Our trails make their way through 25 square kilometres of strikingly varied terrain, through woods and forests and open meadows, alongside lakes, streams and especially the Devil’s river, sometimes flat, often undulating, up and down hills, winding around and ascending and descending softened peaks. Vantage points on mountain tops offer panoramic vistas of a winter wonderland of breathtaking scenic beauty, and remember to get sunflower seeds from the ‘’accueil’’ and enjoy feeding out little chickadees.