As temperatures start to dip past zero, Canadians begin to make plans for how best to embrace the winter weather. For those who appreciate Mother Nature’s frosty side, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec is a place to discover. With its abundance of snow-capped mountains, world-class restaurants, varied activities, family-friendly vibe, and après-ski savoir-faire, Mont-Tremblant is a resort town that puts the wonder in winter.

There’s a reason that this quaint Quebec town nestled in the Laurentian Mountains has been voted the #1 ski village in Eastern North America by SKI Magazine readers for 19 years. With 96 trails spread out over 269 hectares across four mountain sides, skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels are blessed with boundless opportunities for adventure.

If skiing isn’t your thing, there are plenty of other activities to get people of all ages moving, like snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, winter trail walking, and fatbike riding.

Of course, what would a ski destination be without the all-important après-ski nightlife options? Peppered throughout the incredibly quaint European-style pedestrian town are a multitude of restaurants, bars, and shops that will capture the attention of skiers and non-skiers alike.

Discover what all the fuss is about with Quebecois cuisine by dining at a restaurant serving traditional fare. Or maybe sushi or steak is more to your liking? Families will likewise find plenty to choose from among the town’s bistros, crêperies, pizzerias, and Mexican restaurants.

Experiencing Mont-Tremblant’s nightlife is a great way to tap into the village’s joie de vivre. Sample a regional beer at a microbrewery or rub elbows with locals at the popular bar Le P'tit Caribou, which was recognized as one of the best après-ski bars in North America by publications like Forbes and Ski Canada

Come discover for yourself the warm winter welcome that awaits you at Mont-Tremblant.