We’ve established the Laurentians are a microcosm of their European ancestors.
The epitome of this truth is experienced at Mont Tremblant, which teems with culture beyond its years, operating with the kind of conviction that comes from inheriting the knowledge passed down by the generations before—generations that just happened to be borne from the same soil as the three largest ski areas in the world.
Après is no exception. To get a taste—or a mouthful—of what I mean, sign up a team for the 24 Hour Tremblant fundraiser in early December.
All are welcomed in to celebrate a shared passion for the beautiful things in life: Mère Nature and the effects of gravity, food and libations, and the people beside you along the way. Celebration in the form of a bubbling pot of melted cheese at La Savoie, or hydrating at Microbrasserie La Diable—whatever feels right after a day spent carving corduroy or putting bike and hiking treads on countless trails tracing of one or all of Tremblant’s four defined slopes. Just a few steps from the bustling night life are a slew of slopeside accommodations to get some shut-eye and do it all again the next day.