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Tremblant Driving Directions

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Driving Directions to Tremblant

Comprehensive and detailed driving directions so you can spend less time driving and more time skiing at Tremblant.

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Air Travel:

Take a direct flight to Mont Tremblant International Airport (YTM) on Porter Airlines, from Toronto International Airport (YYZ), and Continental Airlines, from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR). Flight time from Toronto is 70 minutes and 90 minutes from Newark. You could fly and ski on the same day, depending on flight schedules.

By Car:

It's seven hours by car from Toronto to Mont Tremblant. It is virtually all via Canadian super highway. As they say in Canada, "take the 401" heading east to Highway 20 into Montreal. Look for Route 117 into Highway 15 approaching Montreal, which will bring you to Mont Tremblant's neighborhood. Turn right at Montee Ryan and six miles later you'll be at the resort.

Skiers and riders in the metro New York City region should take the New York State Thruway (87) North all the way to the Champlain border crossing. Interstate 87 becomes Route 15 in Quebec, but it's still of interstate quality. Use the Champlain Bridge near Montreal to stay in Route 15 North. Continue to the Montee Ryan exit and turn right. Six miles later, your journey of nearly eight hours will bring you to the resort.

It's an eight-hour drive from Boston, starting on I-93 North to I-89 North. Over the border, it's on to Route 133, 35 and 10 in Quebec. This sequence will deliver you to Route 15 as you head North of Montreal. Merge onto Route 117 and turn right at Montee Ryan for the final few minutes to Mont Tremblant.

Bring a valid passport and Social Security card ,if appropriate, as well as your driver's license to expedite the border crossing. Allow for additional time to deal with security measures.

International visitors should carry a valid passport and, if required, a visa.

All other visitors should contact their Canadian consulate or embassy to learn what documents are required.

Ground Transportation:

The Mont Tremblant International Airport Shuttle Service will have you at the resort in less than 45 minutes. You will be treated to luggage valet service to and from participating hotels; a courtesy shuttle to and from the resort using executive vehicles minibus; airline registration at the resort so you could ski or play up to the last minute (applicable to Continental Voyageur and Porter Airlines); express service at the airport so you can arrive only 30 minutes prior to boarding.

Getting Around:

Public transportation around the resort is offered at a nominal fee. the transport loop uses Place des Voyageurs as its terminal and connects Tremblant Village, the resort, and Saint-Jovite.

The Tremblant Resort Shuttle is free for lodging guests. It covers Place des Voyageurs, Domaine de la Foret, Domaine du Geant, and Domaine Nansen. Place des Voyageurs serves as the terminal. The shuttle's schedule is available at the Information Centre as well as at Guest Services and the Front Desk of your hotel. Children 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Taxi & Limo:

Group Classic Limousine (514-990-9396;

Limousine Tremblant (800-965-0334;

Taxi Express (819-429-9119;

Taxi Mont Tremblant (819-425-3212)



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Tremblant - Great weather but major problems with the two main lifts (Duncan and the Telecabin gondola).  All double Black runs were closed for unknown reasons - perhaps lack of grooming ability or ski patrol staff.  Those runs remain icy from Monday's fr  - © tjh
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