Posted on 6/13/2024 by Emily Shone

Experience Lac Tremblant on this Picturesque Cruise

This week, we booked one of Mont-Tremblant's hour long cruises of Lac Tremblant. We got to experience the lake life of Quebec up close while enjoying views of some of the gorgeous houses of the Lac Tremblant Nord community.

Getting there:

The tour is approximately a 20 minute walk from the Tremblant Village, but there's convenient free parking located across the street from the pickup point! See below:

Right at the free parking is a waterfall observation point, a definite must-see while you're there! We won't spoil the views, but it's worth the 30 second walk from the car. 

Once you've parked, the pickup point for the cruise is at the federal wharf. It's hard to miss as you'll see the cruise boat up next to the dock! You can either purchase tickets online in advance, or purchase them in-person at the time of boarding. One thing to consider is if you're going on a Saturday, it's best to book in advance to guarantee a spot!

The cruise departs twice per day and tours are offered in both French and English. The staff aboard as well as the informational recordings are played in both languages, so no need to book at a specific time for English or French! 

The tour itself is a magnificent sight. The views of the actual Pedestrian Village are incredible and then for the rest of the tour, you can admire the many houses on the lakeside. These homes belong to the community Lac-Tremblant-Nord, a separate municipality from Tremblant and one of the smallest in Les Laurentides. Whether you're house shopping or not, the homes along Lac Tremblant will have you wanting to move to Quebec asap with their beautiful locations and architecture. 

The cruise is exactly 1 hour in length and finishes at the same point as the pick up, at the federal wharf. A cash bar is available on board as well. Seating is both indoor and outdoor and the lower level is wheelchair accessible. 

Next time you visit Mont-Tremblant, we highly recommend taking a cruise on Lac Tremblant! 

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