Nestled within a maple forest this lovely log cabin is located in Lac Superieur, Mont Tremblant 90 minutes north of Montreal in the Laurentian Mountains of Quebec, and only 6 kilometres to Mont Tremblant's North Side ski slopes.
Other Activities: Hiking, Rock climbing, cycling, mountain biking, swimming, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, walking, beach, National Park, Summer festivals and concerts, shopping, wining and dining, relaxing, reading, tennis, basketball, cross county skiing. snowmobiling, have a picnic, visit local organic farms, farmer's market.
Golf: Tremblant offers a great variety of excellent golf courses, all within a short distance of each other and easily reached from the Log chalet. Choose from Le Geant, Le Diable, La Belle, La Bete, Le Maitre, Royal Laurentian Golf Course or the infamous Club Link, Le Maitre. Le Manitou offers a short 18 hole championship course. Les Ruisseaux is available for those golfers looking for a '9' hole challenge.
Ski: Tremblant mountain has an elevation of 875 metres, with skiing and boarding on four faces. There are 94 runs (the longest of which is 6km) including 16 novice runs, 31 intermediate and miles of expert terrain. There is also a superb snow park with 18 acres of ramps, rails and jumps, plus the130m Olympic calibre super-pipe.
The Gray Rocks resort on Sugar Mountain is a smaller complex but with some exciting skiing and a renowned ski school. The ‘Snow Eagle’ ski and boarding school caters for all ages and standard of skier including toddler and disabled programs. There is also snow park here along side the alpine ski trails. The Chalet is located 6 kiolmetres from the North Side entrance of Mont Trembalnt.
Ski Magazine rates Tremblant's snow Park as one of the best snowparks in North America. It's an extreme, high-energy place with 18 acres of ramps, modules, jumps, music, and a super Olympic-calibre 130-metre long, 6-metre high half-pipe.