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Access Tremblant/Parking Tremblant

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Access, Parking Tremblant

The ski resort of Tremblant is around 1.5 hours north east of Montreal in the province of Quebec. It can be accessed easily over Highway 117 from Montreal. A fee is charged for the car parks directly at the ski resort on the south side and close to the cabriolet lift, which transports visitors to the ski lifts and slopes via the village. The hotels generally also charge a relatively high fee for parking in the village. The car parks that are slightly further away are free of charge. At very busy times, a shuttle service also operates here. The car parks on the north side of the ski resort are free of charge.


Access via Highway 1 (117), Exit Montée Ryan

Cabriolet (Mont-Tremblant)
Ideal entry for day visitors

  • Distance: 10 km
  • approx. 14 Minutes driving time

Roads: Side road, well-developed, without significant incline
Parking spaces: enough available, tarmac car park, gravel car park, for a fee


Duncan Express (Mont-Tremblant)
Ideal entry for day visitors

  • Distance: 20 km
  • approx. 26 Minutes driving time

Roads: Side road, well-developed, without significant incline
Parking spaces: enough available, gravel car park, free of charge


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