Vacation rentals in Mont-Tremblant

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Popular amenities for Mont-Tremblant vacation rentals

Stay near Mont-Tremblant's top sights

Scandinave Spa Mont-Tremblant184 locals recommend
Casino de Mont-Tremblant128 locals recommend
Tonga Lumina41 locals recommend
Domaine Saint-Bernard135 locals recommend
Fairmont Tremblant4 locals recommend
Montagne d'Argent40 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Mont-Tremblant

Guest favourite

Condo in Mont-Tremblant

4.93 out of 5 average rating, 255 reviews

Cozy Condo - Ski-in/out - Fireplace - In nature

Nov. 19 – 26

$182 CAD per night
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Condo in Mont-Tremblant

4.82 out of 5 average rating, 319 reviews

Tremblant Mountain Getaway

Sep. 24 – Oct. 1

$182 CAD per night
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Condo in Mont-Tremblant

4.91 out of 5 average rating, 475 reviews

Peaceful Modern Studio+Kitchen and Balcony/Parking

Aug. 25 – Sep. 1

$154 CAD per night
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Apartment in Mont-Tremblant

4.88 out of 5 average rating, 696 reviews

Mountain View, Private Balcony, Kitchen, WiFi

Jun. 2 – 9

$151 CAD per night
Guest favourite

Guest suite in Mont-Tremblant

4.81 out of 5 average rating, 340 reviews

Guest suite ski-in/ski-out - Ideal for couples!

May 30 – Jun. 6

$128 CAD per night
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Condo in Mont-Tremblant

4.86 out of 5 average rating, 160 reviews

Entire Condo- Lac Tremblant

Apr. 18 – 25

$115 CAD per night
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Condo in Mont-Tremblant

4.9 out of 5 average rating, 327 reviews

Cosy condo on Lac Tremblant, Great View

Jul. 7 – 14

$194 CAD per night

Cottage in Lac-Supérieur

4.92 out of 5 average rating, 242 reviews

Rare boathouse relax/work, fast internet, 2 levels

May 25 – Jun. 1

$224 CAD per night

Quick stats about vacation rentals in Mont-Tremblant

Total rentals

1.4K properties

Rentals with a pool

490 properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

290 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

1K properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

78K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$14 CAD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Mont-Tremblant


Nestled into Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains, the town of Mont-Tremblant earns fame as home to a ski resort of the same name. The name means “trembling mountain,” from the local Algonquin legend that the god of the wilderness sent rocks crashing down the side of it when angry. These days, the town enjoys a reputation less for anger and more as a relaxing getaway in a winter wonderland. The cobblestone streets and pedestrian-friendly, European-style village invite visitors to stop in and slow down in summer, too. Besides alpine skiing, Mont-Tremblant offers a wide variety of world-class outdoor recreation opportunities, including hiking, biking, and golf, while the Circuit Mont-Tremblant racetrack hosts major motorsport events.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Mont-Tremblant

Mont-Tremblant receives significant amounts of precipitation: rain in the late spring through early fall, turning to the snow that powers the town’s world-class ski resort during the rest of the year — an ideal time to stay in one of the area’s chalets. Though February is the driest month, with only 12 days of rain, waterproof gear is a must-pack for any season. In the winter, that should be in the form of very warm clothing, as the average highs get down to the single digits Fahrenheit and the average low temperatures fall below zero. Summer warms up significantly, with average high temperatures in the mid-70s, though the average low stays around 50 degrees, requiring visitors to pack at least one warm layer.

Top things to do in Mont-Tremblant

Downhill Skiing

The town of Mont-Tremblant grew up because of the great skiing on its namesake mountain. Skiers will have a picturesque view of the Laurentians from the peak before they head down the more than 100 trails, which are served by 14 lifts (six high speed).

Mont-Tremblant National Park

Quebec’s first national park includes six rivers and 400 lakes and streams, making it a summer destination for canoers, kayakers, and boaters and fishers of all types. In winter, the trails designed for cross-country skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, and sledding encourage visitors to enjoy nature, even in the bitter cold.

Via Ferrata Du Diable

The winding Via Ferrata Du Diable trail up the Vache Noire Mountain, inside Mont-Tremblant National Park, brings harnessed, guided hikers — whether beginner or advanced — on a breathtaking journey along the rock face and across bridges high over the river.

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